SEAA 2017 - Embedded Software Engineering

Call for Papers:
Embedded Software Engineering (ESE)

In the design of embedded systems, the importance of software engineering is increasing as such software is used to implement an increasing number of functions. Embedded software is the core of software-intensive embedded systems and typically handles interactions with the real world under extra-functional constraints. Such constraints include requirements related to space, time, energy consumption, and dependability.

The SEEA track on embedded software engineering (ESE) is primarily focused on the development of engineering methods for embedded software. However, we also welcome submissions targeting other aspects of embedded software applications such as analysis methods for extra-functional properties or languages for modelling embedded software architectures. We encourage submission of papers of a more theoretical nature, as well as experience reports from academia and especially from industry. In particular, we encourage submissions demonstrating the benefits or limitations of ESE approaches through case studies, experiments, and quantitative data.

Topics of interest include (but are not limited to):

  • Design and implementation of embedded software
  • Programming methodologies and languages for embedded software
  • Model-based and component-based approaches to embedded software development
  • Extra-functional properties evaluation and optimisation
  • Requirements management in embedded software development
  • Embedded software verification and validation
  • Testing and certification of embedded software
  • Software-intensive systems applications, e.g., in automotive, avionics, railway, energy, industrial automation, health care, and telecommunication
  • Middleware and runtime environments for embedded software
  • Cyber-physical systems architectures
  • Embedded software in the cloud, in wireless sensor networks, or in the internet of things

Submission of Papers

The conference proceedings will be published by the IEEE Computer Society. The format is the IEEE two-column proceedings format (max 8 pages). Submission will be handled via EasyChair:

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