Fernando Brito e Abreu (Program Committee Member) @ SEDES’2014 (Simpósio de Estudantes de Doutoramento em Engenharia de Software)|
The goal of the SEDES doctoral consortium is to provide Software Engineering PhD students supervised or co-supervised by faculty members of Portuguese Universities with an environment in which they can present and discuss their work, receive feedback and suggestions from faculty and peers, and network with other researchers in the field. Besides being an opportunity to gather the Portuguese community that develops research in Software Engineering, both in academic or industrial settings, SEDES also aims at fostering international cooperation with Software Engineering faculty members from other countries, by means of joint co-supervisions.
Submissions to SEDES’2014 will be reviewed following the same procedures used for the regular papers in peer-reviewed events. Reported results might not be final, neither complete, but should clarify how the state-of-the-art will be advanced. A submission should foreshadow potentially novel and promising results. Observations and criticisms from panel, as well as from the remaining audience during the SEDES sessions, are expected to consolidate the direction of the research work.
PUBLICATION AND INDEXING
The accepted submissions will be published in the hosting conference proceedings by Conference Publishing Services (CPS), be submitted for archiving in Xplore and CSDL, and, like in previous editions, submitted for indexing in ISI Web of Science, SCOPUS, ACM Portal, DBLP and DOI System. The accepted submissions will be scheduled for oral presentation in the program. Therefore, it is assumed that a submission shows the intention that at least the PhD student registers for the hosting conference (using the student fee).
ELIGIBILITY / LIST OF TOPICS
To be eligible for participation in SEDES, PhD students must have concluded at least the first year of their doctoral programs and be doing research in Software Engineering, covering at least one of the knowledge areas defined in SWEBOK, the Guide to the Software Engineering Body of Knowledge (http://www.swebok.org). Research work in related fields such as Computer Science (including formal methods) and Information Systems (including Information Services variants) are considered within the scope of SEDES if they hold an applied perspective on the technological or methodological issues of software development or maintenance.
Date: 23 Sep 2014 to 23 Sep 2014
Event Type: Symposium
Location: Guimarães, Portugal