About ICSSP 2019

Hybrid and Evolving Processes for Software and Systems

Software engineering continuously reinvents the way software and software intensive systems are built. Just in February 2018, Bombardier and Siemens announced significant investments in optimizing their product development processes. Tesla is trying to revolutionize the automotive market by implementing continuous delivery in safety critical systems. Appreciation of the implications of blockchain technology for software and systems processes is starting to grow. In this evolving landscape, many companies are making efforts to move towards new technologies and tools, agile principles, and continuous integration and delivery. In doing so, they find opportunity, flexibility, and strength in evolving toward hybrid processes, which are neither purely traditional nor can count as text-book agile. ICSSP 2019 will provide a special platform for research focusing on hybrid processes for software and systems development as well as the factors driving their evolution.

The Call for Submissions for the Main Track of ICSSP 2019 can be found here.

For comments, questions, or recommendations on the Main Track of ICSSP 2019 please contact ICSSP2019 at EasyChair.org.

New!  ICSSP 2019 Doctoral Track

For 2019, ICSSP is introducing a Doctoral Track for the first time.  The track is intended to provide in-progress Ph. D. students with a chance to present their ongoing research to the entire ICSSP audience, to receive exposure and feedback, and generally draw on the collective wisdom of the ICSSP community to help advance their work.

Participation in the doctoral track requires submission of a short paper, authored solely by the student, describing the research topic, status, and plans, and also requires a supporting letter of recommendation from a faculty advisor.  Students whose papers are accepted will make a brief presentation in the main track of ICSSP and will also present a poster in the ICSE common poster area.  Accepted papers will be published in the ICSSP proceedings.

Paul Clarke, of Dublin City University and Lero, The Irish Software Research Centre, will serve as Chair for the Doctoral Track. The Call for Submissions and other information about the Doctoral Track can be found here.

For comments, questions, or recommendations on the Doctoral Track of ICSSP 2019 please contact ICSSP2019DT at EasyChair.org.