We encourage the authors to upload their paper info early (and can submit the PDF later) to properly enter conflicts for double-blind reviewing.
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ICSE is the premier forum for presenting and discussing the most recent and significant technical research contributions in the field of Software Engineering.
The following selection of technical papers, indexed by subject, are among APA's most frequently requested studies.
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Please note that the Double Blind Review (DBR) process is not used by all tracks.
Check in the call for papers whether DBR is used or not. There are many reasons for a submission track to employ a double-blind review process – not the least being the considerable number of requests to do so from the community.
For more information on motivations for double-blind reviewing, see Claire Le Goues’s very well argued, referenced and evidenced blog posting in favor of double-blind review processes for Software Engineering conferences.
See also a list of double-blind resources from Robert Feldt, as well as a more formal study of the subject by Moritz Beller and Alberto Bacchelli (see https://pure.tudelft.nl/portal/files/17721365/1589a385.pdf).
We invite high quality submissions of technical research papers describing original and unpublished results of software engineering research.
We welcome submissions addressing topics across the full spectrum of Software Engineering including but not limited to: Agile software development Program analysis AI and software engineering Program comprehension Apps and app store analysis Program repair Autonomic and (self-)adaptive systems Program synthesis Cloud computing Programming languages Component-based software engineering Recommendation systems Configuration management and deployment Refactoring Crowd sourced software engineering Requirements engineering Cyber physical systems Reverse engineering Debugging Search-based software engineering Dependability, safety, and reliability Security, privacy, and trust Distributed and collaborative software engineering Software architecture Embedded software Software economics and metrics Empirical software engineering Software evolution and maintenance End-user software engineering Software modeling and design Fault localization Software process Formal methods Software product lines Green and sustainable technologies Software reuse Human and social aspects of software engineering Software services Human-computer interaction Software testing Middleware, frameworks, and APIs Software visualization Mining software engineering repositories Specification and modeling languages Mobile applications Tools and environments Model-driven engineering Traceability Parallel, distributed, and concurrent systems Validation and verification Performance Each paper submitted to the Technical Track will be evaluated based on the following criteria: Reviewers will carefully consider all of these criteria during the review process, and as a result, high-quality papers may vary considerably in their type of contribution.