Monday, September 24, 2007

[Event] Euromicro Conference on Software Engineering and Advanced Applications (SEAA)

From August 28-31 the 33rd Euromicro Conference on Software Engineering and Advanced Applications (SEAA) 2007 took place in Lübeck, Germany. An important goal of the conference is bringing together people from business, industry, research, and academia who are working in software engineering and information technology with its various aspects.

The different topics ware represented in three main conference tracks
  • Component-Based Software Engineering (CBSE)
  • Multimedia and Telecommunications (MMTC)
  • Software Process and Product Improvement (SPPI)
The conference also includes special sessions that reflect particular research and development topics in areas related to the tracks or in new emerging areas.
  • Next Generation of Web Computing
  • Service Orientation
  • Software Management
  • Work in Progress
All accepted papers were included in the proceeding which was published by the IEEE/CS. The proceeding is also listed in DBLP. Beside presentations and discussions of academic papers, "state of the art" presentations focus on relevant topics for industry and best software engineering practice.
  1. Software Components and Software Architecture: Software Design on its Road to an Engineering Discipline (Prof. Dr. Ralf Reussner)
  2. How good is a process: Evaluating Engineering Processes' Efficiency (Tom Gilb)
  3. Grid Computing: Operating Large Distributed Infrastructures for Advanced Applications (Christian Grimm)
Dietmar Winkler (Edited by Alexander Schatten)

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