Call for Papers - Workshop


ISSRE strives to be a conference that appeals to both researchers and practitioners. To that end, we would like to have a number of workshops that provide different opportunities for collaborating and exchanging information. The workshops aim at discussing new developments and challenges also at an early stage, at exploring new ways to tackle software reliability, new systems in need of reliable software and new ways to reason about software reliability in those contexts. These include but are not limited to:

  • Workshops that give researchers a forum to exchange and discuss scientific and engineering ideas at a stage before they have matured to warrant conference or journal publication

  • Workshops that provide practitioners and researchers with working sessions to discuss and make progress toward solutions to current issues in software and systems' engineering

  • Workshops that focus on enabling discussions and information sharing between researchers and industrial practitioners

Recurring Workshops

Workshops that were affiliated with ISSRE in previous years are pre-accepted for this year. Their organisers do not need to submit a new workshop proposal, unless the workshop character changes to a degree that it is rather a new workshop than a continuation of a previous edition. If not done already the organisers are kindly asked to inform the workshop chair of their interest in organising a workshop at ISSRE 2019.

Topics of Interest

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Proposal Format

Proposals should include information about the proposed organizing committee and address the following questions:

  • Workshop length: Half day or one full day

  • Workshop style: papers, panels, posters, workgroups

  • Outline of themes and goals of the workshop

  • How will you solicit participation (open workshop, invitation only, etc.)

  • Desired/estimated number of participants

  • Past experience of the organizing committee members

Proposal Evaluation

Workshop proposals will be reviewed by the ISSRE 2019 Organizing Committee based on their fitness with ISSRE's goals, relevance to the larger ISSRE community and our belief that the organisers can deliver a successful workshop.

Important dates
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Submission Guidelines

Submit the workshop proposal via e-mail and in PDF format to the Workshop Chair:

Huaming Wu. E-mail:

Roberto Pietrantuono. Email: