Work in Progress (SEAA)

Session on “Work in Progress” (Euromicro SEAA Part)

The 41st EUROMICRO Conference on Software Engineering and Advanced Applications
is organizing a common Special Session to present WORK in PROGRESS aimed to authors that have not yet attained final and complete results in their research.

Session Organizers:

  • Karl-Erwin Großpietsch
  • Konrad Kloeckner

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

  • Multimedia and Telecommunications:
    • Multimedia systems: Operating systems, protocols, QoS support, real-time systems, databases, servers, personal appliances
    • Multimedia processing and coding: Hardware for coding and processing, compression, content analysis, content-based retrieval, audio/image/video processing, animation, virtual reality, presentation control
    • Telecommunications: Issues with special emphasis on multimedia support such as: mobility, security, network management, capacity planning, architectures, middleware, web computing services guarantees, charging and pricing, legal aspects
    • Web computing: Cooperative information systems, specification and implementation of groupware systems, groupware and workflow, designing and implementing collaborative applications, building collaborative applications with JAVA, virtual communities, community networks
    • Tools and applications: applications in consumer electronics, internet services provision, entertainment, education, health care, biomedicine, telemedicine, manufacturing, command and control, etc.
  • Software Process and Product Improvement:
    • Software process assessment and improvement
    • Organisational and business views to process improvement
    • Quantitative models for development processes and products
    • Distributed software development and virtual organisations
    • Process and product improvement for e-business application engineering
    • Use and usefulness of quality standards for software products and processes
    • Approaches for modelling and enacting software processes
    • Lightweight and flexible approaches
    • Processes for component-based software development
    • Verification and validation of software products
    • Approaches improving dependability of software systems
    • Industry best practice experiences and case studies in above areas
  • Component-based Software Engineering:
    • Component Models
    • Marketing Issues
    • Component Specification
    • Component Certification
    • Components and Frameworks
    • COTS (Commercial off the shelf)
    • Components and Reuse
    • Component Development Processes
    • Component-based Architecture
    • Deployment and Adaptation
    • Software Product-line Approach
    • Design, Implementation, Testing
    • Components for Real-time Systems
    • Component Configuration Management
    • Metrics
    • Case Studies
  • Cyber-Physical Systems:
    • Algorithms for Cyber-Physical Systems
    • Software Architectures for Cyber-Physical Systems
    • Software Tools for Cyber-Physical Systems

Submission of Papers: Authors intending to participate in the session should submit an extended abstract (maximum 2 pages, MS Word or PDF file) about their work to both Session Organizers no later than May 8, 2015.

Publication: Accepted submissions will be published in a separate “Work in Progress” proceedings with own ISBN number, and are to be presented in the session by short presentations of 10 minutes.


  • Closing date for submission: : May 8, 2015
  • Acceptance notification: May 13, 2015
  • Camera-ready version: May 20, 2015