[NotiAMCA] ASSE 2004

Victorio Sonzogni sonzogni@ceride.gov.ar
Sat, 20 Dec 2003 18:59:54 -0300

ASSE 2004

  Argentine Symposium on Software Engineering
  Córdoba, Argentina
  September 20-22, 2004

  The Fifth Argentine Symposium on Software Engineering (ASSE 2004) will be
  held in Córdoba, Argentina, on September 2004, will bring together
  researchers, developers, and practitioners to discuss new ideas, problems
  and experiences in the field of Software Engineering and Database

  ASSE 2004 will be part of the 33rd Argentine Conference on Computer


  and Operational Research (JAIIO
  2004), the international conference of the Argentine Society for Computer
  Science and Operational Research

  ASSE 2004 seeks original works in the wide spectrum of software
  from academic research to industrial
  and business applications with significant impact and lessons learned from
  application development. The
  symposium will feature invited talks, paper and poster sessions, and
  presenting both mature work and new
  ideas in research and applications. Submission of papers related, but not
  limited to, the following topics are

    a.. Requirements Engineering

    a.. Software Quality: Testing, Analysis, Verification and Quality
  Assurance Activities.

    b.. Software Process

    c.. Process Maturity

    d.. Risk management

    e.. Internet and Web Software

    f.. Software Architectures

    g.. Object Oriented Technology and Theory

    h.. Design Patterns

    i.. Aspect-Oriented Development

    j.. Reuse

    k.. Components and Interoperability Technologies

    l.. Legal, Social and Ethical Issues

    m.. Software Understanding

    n.. Maintenance and Reverse Engineering

    o.. Metrics

    p.. Database technology

    q.. Reliability, Safety and Security

    r.. Formal methods

    s.. Tools and Development Environments

    t.. Education in Database and Software Engineering

    u.. Software Engineering and Database Techniques for Challenging
  Application Areas such us: Distributed
    Systems, Real-Time Systems, Mobile Computing, etc.

  The symposium will feature invited talks, short tutorials, paper and


  sessions, and panels presenting both
  mature work and new ideas in research and applications.

  Submissions can be full papers addressing any topic on software


  or short papers describing ongoing
  research projects at academic or development environments. All the papers
  must be written in English, and they will
  be reviewed by an international program committee, using criteria
  appropriate to their category. Papers may be
  accepted for presentation as talks, as part of a panel, or as posters.
  Regular papers will be published in SADIO
  Proceedings and authors of best full papers will be invited to submit to a
  special issue of Electronic Journal of
  SADIO http://www.dc.uba.ar/sadio/ejs/.


  Marcelo Campo, ISISTAN, UNICEN,Argentina

  Jorge Boria, Liveware, Argentina/USA

  Program Committee

  Ana Moreira, Universidade de Nova Lisboa, Portugal

  Andrés Diaz Pace, ISISTAN, UNICEN, Argentina

  Carlos Jose Pereira de Lucena, PUC Rio, Brazil

  Claudia Pons, LIFIA, UNLP, Argentina

  Daniel Yankelevich, Pragma Consultores, Argentina

  Esteban Zimanyi, ULB, Belgium

  George Fernandez, School of Computer Science and Information Technology,

  Jose Carlos Maldonado, USP São Carlos, Brazil

  Kai Koskimies, Tampere University of Technology, Finland

  Len Bass, Software Engineering Institute, USA

  Lucia Blanck Lisboa, UFRGS, Brazil

  Marcelo Visconti, UTFSM, Chile

  Marcelo Pimenta, UFRGS, Brazil,

  Omar Alonso, Oracle, USA,

  Sebastián Elbaum, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, USA

  Silvia Gordillo, LIFIA, UNLP, Argentina

  Silvio Gonnet, UTN Santa Fé, Argentina

  Tzilla Elrad, Illinois Institute of Technology, USA

  Victor Braberman, UBA, Argentina

  Wolfgang Pree, Salzburg University, Austria


  Submission of technical papers and project descriptions must follow the
  following format: they must be written
  in English, up to 15 pages, 11 points font, double-spaced, A4 (210 x 297
  millimeters) paper, including name,
  affiliation and address of the author/s, figures and references. Papers
  should also include keywords and an abstract
  of no more than 200 words. The format for the camera-ready copy will be
  informed together with the acceptance
  Submissions must arrive before April 28, 2004. Late submissions will most
  likely be rejected. Receipt of a
  submission will be acknowledged immediately to the contact author.

  Electronic submission, in ghostview-readable Postscript, MS-Word 7 or PDF,
  is the preferred method. The e-mail
  should include paper title and author names.

  Send submissions by e-mail to asse2004@exa.unicen.edu.ar

  Important Dates:

  Paper submission deadline: April 1, 2004

  Notification of acceptance: June 27, 2004

  Camera-ready papers due: July 18, 2004

  For further information send electronic mail to:


  Dr. Marcelo Campo
  ISISTAN Research Institute Chair
  Fac. de Cs. Exactas- UNCPBA
  Campus Universitario
  (7000) Tandil, Buenos Aires, Argentina
   TeleFax: +54 2293 440362/3
  e-mail: mcampo@exa.unicen.edu.ar