The deadline has been extended to 1 October 2017.
News: We are delighted to announce that Ian Gorton will attend WETSoDA 2017 as an invited speaker!
Software design and architecture is an important ingredient in software development, which links the problem to solution domains. Many processes, approaches, and techniques have been proposed to support this activity. Design is essentially a mental activity which is largely undertaken by an individual or a group of designers (e.g., architects in software architecting) with related stakeholders by considering various contexts and intertwined constraints. The intention of design in software development is to balance the quality and costs, which finally achieves a sustainable software design. This is challenging when software-intensive systems are developed with the increasing complexity and emerging development processes. The WETSoDA 2017 workshop (co-located with APSEC 2017) aims to provide researchers and practitioners an international forum to discuss the issues and challenges on the emerging trends in software design and architecture.
We seek research and experience from both academia and industry that address the questions like:
To be specific, the workshop’s topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
WETSoDA 2017 invites submissions in either of the following forms:
All paper submissions are rigorously reviewed by at least three reviewers and evaluated based on originality, technical quality, and relevance to the themes of the workshop. All submissions must describe unpublished work that is not currently submitted for publication elsewhere.
All submissions must be in English, and must use the IEEE dual column conference template with 10pt font and not exceed the page limit (including all figures, references and appendices). Submissions must be submitted electronically in PDF before the due date via EasyChair .
Accepted papers will be published in the IEEE Digital Library, and will be the part of the APSEC Workshop Proceedings.