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[CFP] First International workshop on SEmaNtic Web technologies for Software EngineerIng (SENSEI2016)

From: Monika Solanki <msolanki.mailings@gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 1 Jun 2016 18:08:45 +0300
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  First International workshop on SEmaNtic Web technologies for Software 
EngineerIng (SENSEI2016)
  12th September 2016, Leipzig, Germany
  In conjunction with SEMANTICS 2016 <http://2016.semantics.cc/>

Important dates
  Abstract submission (required): June 24th, 2016
  Submission date: June 30th, 2016
  Author notifications: July 31st, 2016
  Camera-ready papers: August 12th, 2016

  The intent of the SENSEI workshop is to explore, investigate and identify
  unifying strategies for integrating Semantic Web technologies and
  software engineering that enable unambiguous system specification,
  process management and software development.

  Over the last decade, ontologies and linked data have been
  progressively incorporated in developing main-stream and
  mission-critical software applications. Academic research and
  industrial-strength frameworks have investigated the integration of
  model driven engineering and ontologies. While state-of-the-art in
  Semantic Web and linked data has been rapidly advancing to embrace
  data-driven movements such as Open data and Big data, and new business
  models such as mobile and cloud computing are changing the way software
  is engineered, interfaced and distributed, very little effort has been
  made to report on the successes obtained and barriers encountered in
  the integration and consolidation of these highly topical domains of
  Computer science.

  The goal of this workshop is to contribute in furthering the research and
  industrial practices in this domain. In particular, the workshop aims
  to focus on both theoretical and pragmatic approaches that
  systematically address challenges arising during the development and
  engineering of data-intensive, web-scale software applications. The
  workshop would provide a platform for academics, data scientists,
  software engineers and industry experts to share their research
  results, technological concerns, success stories, identify the barriers
  and going forward, develop an agenda that provides an interesting set
  of research objectives and lays out new foundations for
  industrial-strength, semantics-based software engineering practices.

  WOP2016 is planned to be a half-day workshop consisting of two parts: 
  and poster presentations.


  Topics include but are not limited to,

  SW/LD (Semantic Web/Linked data) techniques to annotate
   and encapsulate models of software engineering lifecycles
  SW/LD strategies to support automated testing and runtime
   verification for software engineering artifacts
  SW/LD driven methodologies that enable software engineering for
   developing web-scale information systems
  SW/LD strategies for the re-engineering of legacy systems
  SW/LD techniques for building intelligently engineered user
   interfaces to software services and components
  SW/LD driven software engineering for the mobile and the cloud
  New engineering methods to integrate SW/LD data into
   data-intensive applications
  Ontology-driven interoperability in software engineering
  Engineering software components using ontology design patterns
  Ontologies for requirements engineering
  Ontologies for software analysis, development, implementation,
   debugging, maintainence, evolution and management
  Ontologies for unified governance
  Integration of UML and Semantic Web models
  Integrating Model-driven engineering and ontology engineering
  Description logic reasoning applied to software engineering
  Bridging the gap between software engineering and Semantic Web
  Barriers to the adoption of SW/LD in software engineering
  Success stories from the application of SW/LD to software engineering 


Submission Guidelines

All submissions must be formatted according to ACM ICPS guidelines 
Full papers should not exceed 8 pages in length.
Short papers should not exceed 4 pages in length.
Poster submissions should consist of a paper of 2 pages that describes 
the work, its contribution to the field or novelty aspects. Accepted 
posters will be displayed for the entire duration of the workshop and 
presented to the conference participants during the coffee break.
Papers will be evaluated according to their significance, originality, 
technical content, style, clarity, and relevance to the workshop.
The submission must be made through EasyChair 



The proceedings of the workshop will be published as CEUR Workshop 

SEBNSEI2016 Chairs

  Monika Solanki, University of Oxford, U.K.
  Rob Brennan, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
  Christian Dirschl, Wolters Kluwer, Germany
  Andreas Koller, Semantic Web Company,  Austria
  Yuting Zhao, IBM Italia, Italy
  Jeff Z. Pan, University of Aberdeen

Program Committee
  Mikko Rinne, Aalto University
  Christian Mader, Fraunhofer IAIS
  Jean-Paul Calbimonte, EPFL
  Payam Barnaghi, University of Surrey
  Christophe Debruyne, Trinity College Dublin
  Nandana Mihindukulasooriya, UPM
  Christopher Brewster, TNO
  Ghislain Atemezing, Mondeca
  Marco Brandizi Brandizi, EMBEL
  Evgeny Kharlamov, University of Oxford
  Shen Gao, University of Zurich
  Victoria Uren, Aston University
  Andrew Butterfield, Trinity College Dublin
  John Keeney, Ericsson, Ireland
  Alejandra Gonzalez-Beltran, University of Oxford
  Josiane Xavier Parreira, Siemens, Austria
  Laura Daniele, TNO
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