Workshop: Emerging and Multidisciplinary Approaches to Software Engineering

 

Workshop-Moderators


Murat Yilmaz
Gazi University, Turkey

Paul Clarke
Dublin City University, Ireland

Ricardo Colomo Palacios
Ostfold University College, Ireland

Richard Messnarz
ISCN GmbH, Austria
 
Emerging and Multidisciplinary Approaches to Software Engineering

Software engineering is inherently a socio-technical effort with best practices based on social interaction. However, these practices are likely to vary with cultural aspects that cannot be externalized or captured by automation tools alone. Therefore, engineering software products requires a vision of thinking across boundaries for the future which goes further than what we have so far conceived. In particular, novel software development approaches are closely tied to the traditional concerns of social factors that affect the success of software development as a whole. To address these concerns and establish a strategy that will achieve a broader vision, researchers seek ways to adopt techniques from multiple academic disciplines and draw knowledge from various areas including but not limited to management, sociology, anthropology, psychology, etc. Ultimately, applying best practices from multiple academic disciplines is critical for future success in engineering sustainable software products.

Selected papers will be published in a special issue in IET Software, where we would like to bring together a whole diversity of interdisciplinary or multidisciplinary endeavors to address open issues in software engineering which crosses disciplinary boundaries. Our goal is to collect current research efforts, views and experiences among researchers and software practitioners contributing to advances in multidisciplinary research. Specifically, we seek contributions that highlight how these approaches can be utilized to address the opportunities and challenges with emerging technological advances that are impacting the economic, political, environmental, social, and technical aspects of software engineering. The submissions need to highlight as a multidisciplinary effort which should document findings supported by empirical studies and experimentation.

Workshop Program 31.8.2022

Workshop - Emerging and Multidisciplinary Approaches to Software Engineering
09.00 - 10.30
Investigating the Use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Educational Settings: A Systematic Review
Maria Monserrat, Antonia Mas, Antoni-Lluis Mesquida, University of the Balearic Islands, Spain, and Paul Clarke, School of Computing, Dublin City University, Dublin, Ireland , and Lero, the Science Foundation Ireland Research Centre for Software
Examining the use of Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) as a trading mechanism for the Metaverse
Murat Yilmaz, Gazi University, Ankara, Turkey, Tuna Halacoglu, , Atilim University, Ankara, Turkey, Paul Clarke, School of Computing, Dublin City University, Dublin, Ireland and LERO
Legal, Privacy, Social and Ethical Requirements and Impact Assessment for an Artificial Intelligence based Medical Imaging Project
Ceara Treacy, Regulated Software Research Centre, Dundalk Institute of Technology, Dundalk, Ireland, Gilbert Regan, Arsalan Shahid, University College Dublin, Belfield, Dublin 4, Ireland, Brian Maguire, IBM, Dublin, Ireland
10.30 - 11.00
Coffee Break
11.00 - 12.30
A Neural Blockchain for Requirements Engineering and Traceability: BC4RET Prototype
Selina Demi, Ricardo Colomo-Palacios, Mary Sanchez-Gordon, Ostfold University College, Halden, Norway, Carlos Velasco, Ramon Cano, ByEvolution Creative Factory, Malaga, Spain
Foster Sustainable Software Engineering (SSE) awareness in large enterprises – a cheat sheet for technical and organizational indicators
Alexander Poth, Andi H. Widok, Andreas Henschel, Daniela Eißfeldt, Volkswagen AG, Berliner Ring, D-38436 Wolfsburg, Germany
12.30 - 14.00
Lunch Break
14.00 - 15.30
Serverless Software Engineering – And How To Get There
Stephen McAleese, Jordan Conway McLaughlin, Filip Detyna, Andrey Murashev, School of Computing, Dublin City University, Dublin, Ireland, Murat Yilmaz, Gazi University, Ankara, Turkey, Paul M. Clarke, School of Computing, Dublin City University, Dublin, Ireland and LERO
Application of neural networks in autonomous driving vehicles to enhance controllability of lateral tip-over stability hazards
Marinus Tesselaar, Deutsche Telekom IT Solutions, 1097 Budapest, Hungary,Walter Sebron, Vienna University of Applied Sciences, 1100 Vienna, Austria
15.30 - 16.00
Coffee Break
16.00 - 17.00
Product and Service Quality Risk design considerations – integration into solution architecture methods
Alexander Poth, Volkswagen AG, Berliner Ring 2, D-38436 Wolfsburg, Germany, Simon Field, Bank of England, Threadneedle Street, London EC2R 8AH United Kingdom, and Marc Koesling, Volkswagen AG, Berliner Ring 2, D-38436 Wolfsburg, Germany
Assessment of A Gamified Automotive Software Development Environment
Mirna Munoz, CIMAT, Mexico
18.30 - 19.00
19.00 - 24.00
 

 

Call for Papers

 

Please follow the following steps for submitting a paper:

  • Your thematic topic paper should comprise 10-12 pages.
  • Your paper has to be conform to the Springer CCIS format which is the same as the Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) format (please see the author guidelines of Springer)
  • The paper has to be uploaded to the EuroAsiaSPI² conference website (see below).
  • Authors of accepted papers will be asked to write a final paper of 10 to maximum 12 pages and to prepare a 20 minutes PowerPoint presentation.
  • The final paper has to be uploaded to the EuroAsiaSPI² conference website again.
  • Papers shall reference the SPI Manifesto (find relationships to values and principles or propose new values and principles to be added).

Note: To publish the paper in the proceedings the authors have to sign a copyright form and at least one of the authors has to present the paper at the conference. The paper will be published in printed form and electronically and therefore we need all source files.

Please read first the author submission guideMore...

Also see "Thematic Paper Submission for one of the 10 workshop communities" for more information

Thematic Paper Topics

  • Results of a multidisciplinary research with an impact on software engineering challenges and emerging trends. Impacts or potential impacts for software engineering should be clearly identified and articulated.
  • Software Engineering problems that need to be solved from a spectrum of disciplines including, but not limited to, the social sciences; industrial management; engineering economics, various related engineering disciplines, and cyber-physical systems.
  • Software Engineering problems that need to be solved in the cloud, connecting systems to the cloud, and managing big data in the cloud.
  • Software Engineering problems that need to be solved when implementing Artificial Intelligence algorithms and machine learning where the same software depending on learning factors provides different output.
  • Software engineering problems that need to be solved to use open source software in highly safety critical environments.
  • Software engineering architectural design patterns recommended for the integration of different disciplines.
  • Studies addressing software development problems emerging from research partnerships with communities of interests such as game technologies, virtual or augmented reality research.
  • Research reflections on the long-term engagement of software practitioners using motivational techniques such as gamification.
  • Software engineering research toward new development models, tools, and methods that are conducted in interdisciplinary teams.
 

Submission Dates (IET SW Journal Specific)

08.04.2022 First Thematic Paper Submission
03.05.2022 Review by International Programme Committee and Notification of Acceptance
01.06.2022 Camera Ready Version of Paper for Book
29.07.2022 Early Registration Deadline (All presenters must register, otherwise the contribution is deselected)
26.08.2022 Upload of Powerpoint Conference Presentation
29.08.2022 Free Technology Day
31.08.-02.09.2022 Conference
 

SPRINGER Book Series

EuroAsiaSPI² is publishing an annual SPRINGER book and the EuroSPI books show a total of 355000 (three hundred fifty five thousand) chapter downloads. The workshop papers will form a chapter for this thematic topic in the SPRINGER book.
Note: This thematic topic will be published in the IET Software journal.

 

Important Information

Key Contributors

The CfP is related (but not closed) to the workshop, which is conducted at the EuroAsiaSPI 2020 conference. For all potential authors who have received an invitation for an extended version of their workshop or conference paper, please note that that we only can consider submissions that are extended (at minimum 50% and the title of the extended version must clearly and unmistakably differ from the title of the article presented at the EuroAsiaSPI conference). Each paper will be (blind) reviewed by at least 3 reviewers. This special issue may not only contain papers from the conference, and this is a public/open call for papers.

Selected papers from the workshop will be published in IET Software (an SCI
indexed journal) as Special Issue, please see the link below.

The IET - Digital Library

Interactive Workshop Approach

Each presentation will be discussed. A panel discussion at the end shall come up with a set of key questions from the audience to be answered by the panel (authors).