APSEC Workshops provide opportunities for researchers to exchange and discuss advances of software engineering and related areas and serves as incubators for the research community to work towards a particular research agenda in software engineering. Topic areas may include, but are not limited to, the mention in the Call for Papers for the main conference research track

Proposal Submission

Proposals must not exceed 8 pages [IEEE format] in length and include

  • Title: (capital letters)
  • Discussion Leaders: (maximum of 4 leaders from at least 2 organizations including name(s), degree(s), institution(s), city, state, & country)
  • Workshop Purpose: (objectives of the workshop)
  • Workshop Description: (description of the theme including background information and audience participation)
  • Plan: (minimum and maximum number of papers, workshop submission and review schedule, and list of program committee members)

Please submit the workshop proposal to Dae-Kyoo Kim

Important Dates

  • Proposal Submission Deadline: 31st July, 2015
  • Notification Date: 28th August, 2015
  • Work Date: 1st December 2015
  • Workshop Papers

A 2-Page Extended Abstract of the Workshop Report will be published in the proceedings/IEEE Digital Library

Workshop paper publications depends on each workshop organizers and it need not be IEEE. For example, It can be CEUR also [several workshop proceedings are published in CEUR]. Similarly – number of pages [short, long, poster] are also decided by the workshop organizers. The workshop proceedings even if published by IEEE will have a separate ISBN [and is a companion volume] and not part of the main proceedings. The workshop organizers drive the publication process and the conference can just provide some support.

New Delhi, India - 1st December (Tuesday) – 4th December (Friday) 2015


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