Australian Software Engineering Conference 2006 (ASWEC 2006)
Venue: Australian Technology Park
|Event Date/Time: Apr 18, 2006||End Date/Time: Apr 21, 2006|
|Abstract Submission Date: Oct 17, 2005|
|Paper Submission Date: Oct 31, 2005|
The seventeenth Australian Software Engineering Conference (ASWEC) will be held at the Australian Technology Park (ATP), Sydney, April 18-21, 2006. Since 1986, ASWEC has been the premier Australasian software engineering conference, providing a platform for presenting the latest and significant research findings and industry based experience reports.
ASWEC 2006 will bring together researchers, practitioners, and educators to share issues, novel solutions, and experiences in software engineering. The conference will also feature industry experience reports, tutorials, and workshops.
ASWEC 2006 invites software engineering researchers and practitioners to:
•Submit original, and unpublished results of finished or ongoing research, which promises to make significant contribution to the software engineering discipline.
•Propose tutorials and/or workshops
•Submit extended abstract on industrial experiences (Please see industry experience reports track)
Topics of interest include, but not limited to:
• Software requirements engineering
• Software architecture design & analysis
• Service-Oriented Architectures
• Software components and reuse
• Product line software engineering
• Software quality assurance and control
• Object-oriented Approaches
• Formal methods
• Human-Computer Interaction
• Software engineering for secure, safe and reliable systems
• Software maintenance and evolution
• Software documentation management
• Software configuration management
• Software engineering tools and environments
• Computer supported cooperative work
• Software development processes
• Project management
• Knowledge management in software engineering
• Empiricism in software engineering
• Software engineering education
• Technology evaluation and transfer
• Software engineering standards
• Legal and ethical issues
Paper review criteria – the submitted papers will be reviewed and evaluated based on originality, significance, relevance, and presentation quality. Authors are encouraged to explicitly state the achievements and contributions of the research to software engineering research and practice.
Submission format - All submissions must be prepared in IEEE format (instructions at: http://www.computer.org/cspress/instruct.htm ). Papers should not exceed ten pages including figures, references, and appendices and be in PDF format. Submissions of papers will be carried out electronically via the Web (http://www.aswec.org ). The proceedings will be published by the IEEE Computer Society.
Industry Experience Reports Track
Objective - Industry experience reports should describe practical experiences in the area of software engineering that are of interest to other practitioners and researchers. Submissions should not have been published previously or be under consideration for publication.
Submission - The initial submission consists of an extended abstract of 1-2 pages. These will be reviewed by a panel of industry experts and evaluated on the significance of the contribution, the clarity of the presentation and the adaptability of the concepts. The final submission can be in the form of a paper or presentation, and these will be distributed on a CD at the conference. One of the authors of each accepted paper must register as a delegate and present the paper at the conference.
Abstract submission October 17, 2005
Paper submission October 31, 2005
Notification of acceptance December 19, 2005
Camera ready copy due February 3, 2006
Tutorials and workshops
Proposal submission October 3, 2005
Notification of acceptance October 17, 2005
Tutorial and workshop day April 18, 2006
Industry experience report track
Extended Abstract submission 4 February 2005
Notification of acceptance 18 February 2005
Paper/presentation submission 11 March 2005
Ian Gorton (National ICT Australia)
Research Program Co-Chairs:
Jun Han (Swinburne University of Technology)
Mark Staples (National ICT Australia)
Industry Track Co-Chairs:
Anna Liu (Microsoft Australia)
Chris Skinner (DISplay Pty Ltd)
More information about ASWEC 2006 is available at:
If you have additional questions, please contact relevant program co-chair.