[Joint Call for Papers and Participation] Software Engineering @Salerno Week (featuring SATTOSE, the International Summer School on Software Engineering, and EMELIOT)

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Mar 8, 2023, 1:58:28 PM3/8/23
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Dear Psychology of Programming Interest Group (PPIG),

We are pleased to announce the Software Engineering @Salerno Week, an international event which will be held on 12-15 June, 2023 within the University Campus located in Fisciano (close to Salerno). The SE week is organized by the Software Engineering (SeSa) Research Group. Salerno is located in Southern Italy (about 50 Km far from Naples) and it is very close to some of the most beautiful and historical places of Italy, such as the Amalfi Coast, Capri, Pompei, and Paestum. The Software Engineering @Salerno Week will feature three international events: The 15th edition of the Seminar Series on Advanced Techniques & Tools for Software Evolution (SATToSE, June 12-14, 2023 - http://sattose.org/2023). SATToSE seeks work in progress papers, publication summaries, and technology showdown demonstrations on themes connected to software visualization techniques, tools for co-evolving various software artifacts, their consistency management, runtime adaptability, and context awareness, as well as empirical results about software evolution. The Call for Papers is available on the SATToSE 2023 website. The 16th edition of the International Summer School on Software Engineering (ISSSE, June 13-15, 2023 - https://sesalabunisa.github.io/ISSSE-2023/). The school attracts Ph.D. students and young researchers from all around the world and aims at providing a forum to let these students get in touch with top Software Engineering scholars and the research they pursue. Ph.D. students will have the chance to showcase their research and receive feedback on their ongoing work. Ph.D. students will have the chance to make an exam and get 3 ETCS, if required by their universities. More information about the school are available on the ISSSE 2023 website. The 1st edition of the Workshop on Engineering Machined Learning-Intensive IoT Systems (EMELIOT). This is a thematic workshop on topics connected to the development, design, testing, maintenance, and evolution of complex IoT systems enabled by machine learning algorithms. EMELIOT seeks to foster discussion on the next advances and challenges for the software engineering community with respect to the engineering aspects of machine learning-intensive IoT systems. More information about the workshop are available on the ISSSE 2023 website. The three events will have a blended program and will feature keynotes of top-tier software engineering researchers. We are delighted to release our lineup of speakers: - Luciano Baresi, Politecnico di Milano (Italy) - Massimiliano Di Penta (University of Sannio, Italy) - Mark Harman (Meta & University College London, United Kingdom) - Helena Holmstrom Olsson (Malmo University, Sweden) - Alexander Serebrenik (Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands) - Mairieli Wessel (Radboud University, The Netherlands) The registration deadline is fixed on May 5, 2023. The school is intended to be as an in-person event, yet there will be a remote component to allow the participation of students who cannot attend the SE week physically. The registration fees are the following: * Full-week ticket (SATTOSE + ISSSE + EMELIOT) - 4 days - 350€ * Only-SATTOSE ticket - 3 days - 300€ * Only-ISSSE ticket - 3 days - 300€ * Remote Full-week ticket (SATTOSE + ISSSE + EMELIOT) - 4 days - 90€ * Remote Only-SATTOSE ticket - 3 days - 75€ * Remote Only-ISSSE ticket - 3 days - 75€ The registration form can be found at the following link: https://forms.gle/kf2jFUGLhgfnfKLQ7. Inquiries about the SE-Week @Salerno can be forwarded to the following email address: ses...@unisa.it. Best regards, Fabio Palomba, Dario Di Nucci, Carmine Gravino, Andrea De Lucia, Filomena Ferrucci, Gilberto Recupito, Vincenzo De Martino, Stefano Lambiase, Valeria Pontillo
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