ASE 2009: Workshop Proposals



ASE 2009: Workshop Proposals

From: Jon Whittle <whittle_at_comp.lancs.ac.uk>
Date: Thu, 29 Jan 2009 16:21:56 +0000
Message-ID: <4981D7A4.8000802@comp.lancs.ac.uk>
ASE is the conference on Automated Software Engineering and regularly
includes papers related to MDE. We would like to solicit workshop
proposals from the MDE community.
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ASE 2009 Call for Workshop Proposals
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The 24th IEEE/ACM International Conference on Automated Software
Engineering (ASE 2009) invites submissions of workshop proposals. The
workshops co-located with the conference should provide an opportunity
for exchanging views, advancing ideas, and discussing preliminary
results on topics related to software engineering research and
application. Workshops should not be seen as an alternative forum for
presenting full research papers. The workshops co-located with the
conference will be held before the conference on November 16-17. A
workshop may last one or two days.

Proposals for organising workshops should be prepared following the
guidelines below. More information can be found on the conference website:
https://www.se.auckland.ac.nz/conferences/ase09/

Submission of proposals
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Workshop proposals should be written in English, not exceed 5 pages and
submitted in PDF format via email to both workshop organisers. They
should also:
• Outline the theme and goals of the workshop including its relevance to
the field of Automated Software Engineering.
• Indicate the targeted audience and the desired minimum and maximum
number of participants.
• Describe the workshop format (e.g. paper presentations, breakout
sessions, panel-like discussions, combination of formats).
• Describe the participant solicitation and selection process.
• Describe the publicity strategy that will be used by the workshop
organisers to promote the workshop.
• Give a brief description of the organiser's background, including
relevant past experience on organising workshops and contact information.
• Incorporate an initial version of the call for papers that the
workshop organisers intend to use.
• Indicate preferences for workshop dates, duration (1 or 2 days), and
any other scheduling constraints.
• Indicate the equipment, room capacity, and any other resource
necessary for the organisation of the workshop.
• Indicate how the workshop proceedings will be published.

Note that the workshop co-chairs will consider the preference of
workshop dates specified by the organisers, but the acceptance of a
workshop proposal does not guarantee adherence to the requested
date/time. The workshop co-chairs will assume that workshop proposers
will be able to run a workshop on either of the dates that ASE 2009 has
reserved for workshops.

Important Dates
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Workshop proposal submission deadline: March 2, 2009
Workshop proposal notification: March 16, 2009
Launch of calls for papers of accepted workshops (latest date): March
23, 2009
Workshop paper submission deadline: July 31, 2009
Workshop paper notification date: August 31, 2009

Workshop Co-chairs
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Jon Whittle
Computing Department, InfoLab21
South Drive
Lancaster University
Lancaster LA1 4WA
United Kingdom
whittle@comp.lancs.ac.uk

Ian Warren
Department of Computer Science
University of Auckland
Auckland
New Zealand
warreni@cs.auckland.ac.nz
Received on Thu 29 Jan 2009 - 16:22:02 GMT