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ICSE 2020
Mon 5 - Sun 11 October 2020 Yongsan-gu, Seoul, South Korea

AIST (Tutorial: AI in Software Test)

The utilization of AI in software development and testing is recently focused, especially by machine learning and deep learning techniques. AI is expected to help automate and reduce the amount of software testing tasks. So AI in software testing tools helps us build high quality of software efficiently and effectively. In this tutorial, the attendees will see how to utilize AI in software test, including theory, techniques, exercises and practices for test automation.

SSW (Software Safety and Sustainable Society)

The boundary of safety critical system is no longer clear in Today’s smart cities. Thus, Software Safety is becoming more critical factors in every life and industries. In this workshop, we share and discuss current and upcoming requirements and practices for software safety in different perspectives; Government initiatives, traditional safety critical system domains, and future smart technologies.

KIP (Software Engineering Practice in Korean Industry)

The Software Engineering Practices in Korean Industry (KIP) workshop is one of Korean Events in ICSE 2020 to present and discuss insights, strategies, improvements and solutions to software engineering issues in Korean industries. Developing quality software is a major concern for gaining market share and competitiveness in products. Therefore, this KIP will inform how various engineering techniques are applied in software development of Korean companies, and provide a venue for presenting, discussing, sharing and networking to researchers, practitioners, or software engineers. This workshop will comprise invited session and discussion session with valuable stories on software engineering practices.

KIP

Software Engineering Practice in Korean Industry

About

The Software Engineering Practices in Korean Industry (KIP) workshop is one of Korean Events in ICSE 2020 to present and discuss insights, strategies, improvements and solutions to software engineering issues in Korean industries. Developing quality software is a major concern for gaining market share and competitiveness in products. Therefore, this KIP will inform how various engineering techniques are applied in software development of Korean companies, and provide a venue for presenting, discussing, sharing and networking to researchers, practitioners, or software engineers. This workshop will comprise invited session and discussion session with valuable stories on software engineering practices.

Call for Presentations

The Software Engineering Practices in Korean Industry (KIP) is a newly organized event for researchers and practitioners to introduce valuable story of software engineering technologies in Korean industries. This workshop will invite project stories related to software engineering, which are undertaken by Korean companies, regardless of whether it succeeds or fails. Additionally, project leaders at universities that have been targeting companies will be also cordially invited.

Submissions

We are seeking the following types of submissions, all of which must be written exclusively in English. We do not use double-blind review (i.e., authors do not have to hide their identities in their papers).

Regular papers: (3~4 pages, including figures, tables, appendices, and references): Regular papers should address issues or problems related to software engineering in industry. Each paper should present the problem clearly and how these problems are solved; the approaches, strategies, techniques, and methodologies used to solve the problems can be presented systematically, and can also include the tools used, processes involved, and so on. It can include the efficiencies and effects resulting from the proposed solution, as well as cultural change and innovation. The paper can include Lesson Learned from the completed projects.

Issue paper (2 pages): Issue paper is a short article that discusses software engineering issues that companies are currently contemplating. This paper should clearly describe what the problem is or what the issue arises, with including a description of the conditions or circumstances under which this problem or issue occurs. Also, this paper should present research questions about the problem from different perspectives, and includes the alternatives to answer these questions. In particular, it is encouraged that this paper be included for applications in the field of software engineering that take advantage of recent software technologies such as artificial intelligence, big data, IoT, edge computing, etc.

Each accepted paper written in two pages will be also included in the ICSE K-CLEs Companion proceedings.

Formatting: Formatting instructions are available at https://www.acm.org/publications/proceedings-template for only Word Authors.

Submission Links. https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=icse2020kip

Evaluation

All submissions will be reviewed by members of the KIP Program Committee. Submissions must not have been previously published or concurrently submitted elsewhere. Submissions will be evaluated on the basis of relevance to industry, significance of contribution, and quality of presentation.

Important Dates for Paper submissions

  • Submission Due: Thu. 5th March, 2020
  • Acceptance Notification: Fri, 18th March, 2020
  • Camera-Ready Copy: Fri 3rd April, 2020
  • Workshop: Mon. 25th May, 2020

Notice

The presentation at this event is available in Korean. However, simultaneous interpretation services will be provided for foreigners who attend.

Contact

If there are queries regarding the CFP, please contact the KIP chairs (Jang-Eui Hong): jehong@chungbuk.ac.kr

SSW

Software Safety and Sustainable Society

About

The boundary of safety critical system is no longer clear in Today’s smart cities. Thus, Software Safety is becoming more critical factors in every life and industries. In this workshop, we share and discuss current and upcoming requirements and practices for software safety in different perspectives; Government initiatives, traditional safety critical system domains, and future smart technologies.

Call for Papers

This workshop is one of the Koran events in ICSE 2020 co-located events. We look forward to seeing many safety engineers and researchers in the workshop. We hope that this workshop will be a distinguishable forum with presentations and discussions on software safety and a sustainable society. This workshop will include welcome speech from government officer, Keynote speech from global celebrity, and presentations of Government Initiatives. The workshop recruits papers in the following subject areas, but not limited,

  • Software Safety and Functional Safety
  • Software Reliability
  • Resilience Engineering
  • Safety of Autonomous System
  • Safety of Smart Cities
  • SW Safety of Future Society
  • Software Safety Analysis
  • Hazard and Risk Analysis
  • Safety of System of Systems.

Submission

We are seeking the following types of submissions, all of which must be written exclusively in English. We do not use double-blind review (i.e., authors do not have to hide their identities in their papers).

  • Full Paper : up to 8 pages in defined format
  • Short Paper : up to 4 pages in defined format

Each accepted paper written in two pages will be also included in the ICSE K-CLEs Companion proceedings.

Formatting

Formatting instructions are available at https://www.acm.org/publications/proceedings-template for only Word Authors.

Submission Links

https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=icse2020ssw

Evaluation

All submissions will be reviewed by members of the Workshop Program Committee. Submissions must not have been previously published or concurrently submitted elsewhere. Submissions will be evaluated on the basis of relevance to workshop topics, significance of contribution, and quality of presentation.

Important Dates

  • Submission Due: Thu. 5th March, 2020
  • Acceptance Notification: Fri. 18th March, 2020
  • Camera-Ready Copy: Fri. 3rd April, 2020
  • Workshop: Mon. 25th May, 2020

Notice

The presentation at this event is available in Korean. However, simultaneous interpretation services will be provided for foreigners who attend.

Contact

If there are queries regarding the CFP, please contact the SSW chairs (Sang Yoon Min): sang@sol-link.com

AIST

Tutorial: AI in Software Test

About

The utilization of AI in software development and testing is recently focused, especially by machine learning and deep learning techniques. AI is expected to help automate and reduce the amount of software testing tasks. So AI in software testing tools helps us build high quality of software efficiently and effectively. In this tutorial, the attendees will see how to utilize AI in software test, including theory, techniques, exercises and practices for test automation.

Call for Participation

This tutorial teaches test techniques with artificial intelligence that software test engineers must know. We cordially encourage participating to collegian studying software testing or test engineers at companies in this tutorial. In addition, professors who teach software testing are allowed to attend. Target audiences should have intermediate level in knowledge and practice of artificial intelligence and software testing.

Program Overview

  • 1st day(24 May) : Introduction, Theory, and Techniques
  • 2nd day(25 May) : Test design, Exercise and Practices

Notice

Participants bring with their own laptop computer, and should have Python installed on their laptop. This tutorial will available in Korean. The number of participants will be limited to 25 people in maximum.

Registration

  • Registration Due: Fri. 1st May 2020
  • Registration: will be opened

Contact

If there are queries regarding the tutorial, please contact the AISWT chairs (Byungjeong Lee): bjlee@uos.ac.kr