TBD: abstract and paper submissions due March 31, April 7.
SSBSE’17 is proud to have Prof. Myra Cohen and Dr. Joachim Wegener as our keynote speakers. Make sure to check keynotes page for details.
SSBSE’17 is going to host four tutorials with a wide range of search-based software engineering material, including an introduction to jMetal, multiobjective algorithms benchmarking, GUI and cyber-physical systems optimization, and unit test generation with EvoSuite
The highly sucessful SSBSE challenge continues at SSBSE’17. Are you up for the task? Check our challenge call to see how you can apply and win up to €1000.
SSBSE’17 is excited to present, for the first time in its history, journal first publications at this conference.
The goal of the journal first program is to provide a mechanism whereby research results that may be a better fit for publication via the journal review process can be broadly disseminated to the community through presentation in the technical research tracks of other technical conferences. As in other communities that provide a journal-first publication route (such as the VLDB conference in the database community), authors choosing this route benefit from the absence of page limits and annual submission deadlines, and the possibility of having their submissions undergo multiple rounds of review and revision.
In software engineering, the journal first program has gained considerable momentum in recent years. For example, now TSE has agreed to allow many such papers to be presented at ICSE.
Inspired by their lead, we are doing the same with SBSE-related papers. To qualify:
Applying this criteria, the SSBSE’17 PC co-chairs selected the following papers for journal first presentation at SSBSE’17:
Roberto E. Lopez-Herrejon, Lukas Linsbauer, and Alexander Egyed. 2015. A systematic mapping study of search-based software engineering for software product lines. Inf. Softw. Technol. 61, C (May 2015), 33-51.
Michael Mohan, Des Greer, and Paul McMullan. Technical debt reduction using search based automated refactoring. Journal of Systems and Software 120 (2016): 183-194.
This track gives students the opportunity to showcase their SBSE research and receive feedback from senior members of the SBSE community. To be eligible, papers should be primarily the work of students that have not yet completed their studies. The papers may have co-authors who are not students but the student author is expected to present the paper at the symposium.
SSBSE'17 is supported by: