ESE - Embedded Software Engineering (Track)

The importance of software embedded in products and devices is increasing; as such software implements an increasing number of functions and innovations. Embedded software is the core of software-intensive embedded systems and is typically handling interactions with the real world under extra functional constraints, including requirements related to space, time, energy consumption, and dependability.

The SEEA track on embedded software engineering has a prime target on development and engineering of embedded software (ESE), but welcomes also submissions targeting other aspects of embedded software applications. We encourage submissions of more theoretical nature as well as experience reports from academia and especially from industry. In particular, we encourage submissions demonstrating the benefits or limitations of ESE approaches through case studies, experiments, and quantitative data.

Topics of interest include (but are not limited to):

  • Design and implementation of embedded software
  • Programming methodologies and languages for embedded software
  • Model-based and component-based approached to embedded software development
  • Embedded software verification and validation
  • Testing and certification of embedded software
  • Software-intensive systems applications, e.g., in automotive, avionics, energy, industrial automation, health care, and telecommunication.
  • Middleware for embedded software
  • Run-time mechanisms
  • Embedded software architectures
  • Embedded software in the cloud

The Paper submission system and further instructions are available at the submission page. Accepted papers will be included in the proceedings, published by the Conference Publishing Services (CPS). The proceedings of the conference will be submitted to Xplore and CSDL.

Publication of extended versions of selected papers in a journal special issue will be organised.

Track Organizers

ib Iain Bate, University of York, United Kingdom
jc Jan Carlson, Mälardalen University, Sweden

Program Committee

  • Mikael Åkerholm, CrossControl, Sweden
  • Clara Benac Earle, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain
  • Etienne Borde, Telecom Paristech, France
  • Jan Bosch, Chalmers University, Sweden
  • Tomas Bures, Charles University, Czech Republic
  • Guglielmo De Angelis, ISTI-CNR, Italy
  • Holger Eichelberger, Univeristy of Hildersheim, Germany
  • Kristina Forsberg, Saab, Sweden
  • Arjan Geven, TTTech, Austria
  • Tony Gorschek, Blekinge Instutute of Technology, Sweden
  • Lars Grunske, University of Kaiserslautern, Germany
  • Olivier Hachet, Thales, France
  • Holger Kienle, University of Victoria, Canada
  • Frédéric Loiret, Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
  • Patricia López Martínez, University of Cantabria, Spain
  • Roland Mader, AVL, Austria
  • Thomas Nolte, Mälardalen University, Sweden
  • Stefan Petters, Polytechnic Institute of Porto, Portugal
  • Luis Miguel Pinho, Polytechnic Institute of Porto, Portugal
  • Massimo Tivoli, University of L'Aquila, Italy
  • Stefano Tonetta, FBK, Italy
  • Martin Törngren, Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
  • Michael Wagner, Fraunhofer FOKUS, Germany
  • Harold Weffers, TU Eindhoven, Netherlands
  • Richard West, Boston University, USA