[Apologies for multiple postings]

** Abstract submission extended: the ASYDE @ SEFM'19 abstract submission 
deadline is extended to June 17th, 2019
** Paper submission extended: the ASYDE @ SEFM'19 paper submission deadline is 
extended to June 24th, 2019

More on http://asyde2019.disim.univaq.it/

--  Call for Papers --

ASYDE 2019: 1st International Workshop on on Automated and verifiable Software 
sYstem DEvelopment, co-located with the 17th International Conference on 
Software Engineering and Formal Methods (SEFM 2019), Oslo, Norway - September 
16, 2019

During the last three decades, automation in software development has gone 
mainstream. Software development teams strive to automate as much of the 
software development activities as possible. Automation helps, in fact, to 
reduce development time and cost, as well as to concentrate knowledge by 
bringing quality into every step of the development process. Realizing 
high-quality software systems requires producing software that is efficient, 
errorfree, cost-effective, and that satisfies customer requirements. Thus, one 
of the most crucial factors impacting software quality concerns not only the 
automation of the development process but also the ability to verify the 
outcomes of each process activity and the goodness of the resulting software 
product as well.

ASYDE 2019 provides a forum for researchers and practitioners to propose and 
discuss on automated software development methods and techniques, compositional 
verification theories, integration architectures, flexible and dynamic 
composition, and automated planning mechanisms. ASYDE 2019 welcomes research 
papers, (industrial) experience papers and case-studies, tool demonstrations 
and visionary papers; nevertheless, papers describing novel research 
contributions and innovative applications are of particular interest. Details 
on workshop goals and themes can be found at: http://asyde2019.disim.univaq.it/

== IMPORTANT DATES ==

 - Abstract submission: June 17th, 2019 (extended)
 - Paper submission: June 24th, 2019 (extended)
 - Notification: July 15th, 2019
 - Camera ready: July 22nd, 2019

== TOPICS OF INTEREST (although not limited to) ==

- Specification, architecture, and design of software and verification models
- Formal methods for automated software development
- Model-driven software development
- Correct-by-construction software development
- Automated synthesis of software integration code
- Automated software development and integration
- Automated and verifiable software development
- Automated planning methods
- Non-functional properties of software
- Software quality assurance for automated software development
- Compositional theories for software development and its (dynamic) verification
- Dynamic verification and testing
- Service-oriented and Component-based software development
- Machine learning techniques

== PAPER SUBMISSION ==

Workshop papers must follow the SEFM 2019 Format and Submission Guidelines: 
https://sefm2019.inria.fr/cfp/
The submission Web page for ASYDE 2019 is 
https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=asyde2019
Each submitted paper will undergo a process of formal peer review by at least 3 
PC members. Contributions can be:

- Regular papers (from 10 to 15 pages): In this category fall those 
contributions that propose novel research contributions, address challenging 
problems with innovative ideas, or offer practical contributions (e.g., 
industrial experiences and case-studies) in the application of FM and SE 
approaches for automated and verifiable software development. Regular papers 
must clearly describe the situation or problem tackled, the relevant state of 
the art, the proposed position or solution, and the potential benefits of the 
contribution. Authors of papers reporting industrial experiences are encouraged 
to make their experimental results available for use by reviewers.

- Short papers (from 6 to 8 pages): This category includes tool demonstrations, 
position papers, and visionary papers. Authors of tool demonstration papers 
should make their tool available for use by reviewers

== WORKSHOP CHAIRS ==

- Farhad Arbab, CWI, The Netherlands farhad.ar...@cwi.nl
- Marco Autili, University of L'Aquila, Italy marco.aut...@univaq.it
- Federico Ciccozzi, Mälardalen University, Sweden federico.cicco...@mdh.se
- Pascal Poizat, Sorbonne Université, France pascal.poi...@lip6.fr
- Massimo Tivoli, University of L'Aquila, Italy, massimo.tiv...@univaq.it

== PROGRAM COMMITTEE ==

- Luciano Baresi, Politecnico di Milano
- Steffen Becker, University of Stuttgart
- Domenico Bianculli, SnT Centre - University of Luxembourg
- Antonio Brogi, University of Pisa
- Radu Calinescu, University of York
- Antinisca Di Marco, University of L'Aquila
- Amleto Di Salle, University of L'Aqula
- Schahram Dustdar, Vienna University of Technology
- Nikolaos Georgantas, INRIA
- Marina Mongiello, Politecnico di Bari
- Cristina Seceleanu, Mälardalen University
- Meng Sun, Peking University
- Apostolos Zarras, University of Ioannina

== KEYNOTE by Marjan Sirjani, Mälardalen University ==

TITLE: Reactive Systems: From Requirements to Verifiable Models to Code

ABSTRACT: Software systems are complicated, and the scientific and engineering 
methodologies for software development are relatively young. We need robust 
methods for handling the ever-increasing complexity of software systems that 
are now in every corner of our lives. In this talk I will focus on asynchronous 
event-based reactive systems and show how we start from the requirements, move 
to actor-based models, verify the models for correctness, and build executable 
codes based on that. I show how we can use the architecture design and sequence 
diagrams to build the behavioral model, and the state diagrams to write the 
properties of interest, and then use model checking to check the properties. We 
then refine the verified models to develop the executable code. The natural 
mappings among the models for requirements, the formal models, and the 
executable code improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the approach. It 
also helps in runtime monitoring and adaptation.

== WEB CHAIR ==

- Amleto Di Salle, University of L'Aquila, Italy

== PUBLICITY CHAIR ==

- Alexander Perucci, University of L'Aquila, Italy


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