Colocated Events

We are proud and privileged to co-locate with ICSM 2010 the following exciting conferences and symposiums:

SCAM 2010 - 10th IEEE Intl. Working Conference on Source Code Analysis and Manipulation

The aim of the SCAM working conference is to bring together researchers and practitioners working on theory, techniques and applications which concern analysis and/or manipulation of the source code of computer systems. While much attention in the wider software engineering community is properly directed towards other aspects of systems development and evolution, such as specification, design and requirements engineering, it is the source code that contains the only precise description of the behaviour of the system. The analysis and manipulation of source code thus remains a pressing concern. (from the SCAM 2010 webpage)


PROMISE 10 - 6th International Conference on Predictor Models in Software Engineering

promise The PROMISE conference provides an annual forum for researchers and practitioners to present and exchange ideas, results, and experiences with predictive models that are applicable to implementation, evaluation, and management of software processes and projects. A key objective of PROMISE is to help establish verifiable and repeatablemodels that are useful to the software engineering community. For the call for papers, please visit: http://promisedata.org/2010/cfp.shtml


WSE 2010 - 12th IEEE International Symposium on Web Systems Evolution

wse-logo Since its inception in 1999, the Web Systems Evolution (WSE) series of events has provided a forum to present original work and to promote discussion and interaction among researchers and practitioners on subjects related to the disciplined evolution of large-scale Web-based systems. WSE 2010 aims to attract participants from different research communities, ranging from the software maintenance & evolution community to the Web engineering and service oriented computing community. WSE 2010 will provide researchers and practitioners with an exciting environment to discuss exciting results and exchange ideas. (from the WSE 2010 webpage)


MESOA 2010 - 4th International Workshop on Maintenance and Evolution of Service-Oriented Systems

There are many successful case studies of SOA adoption, mainly in commercial enterprises, where the main goal for SOA implementation is internal integration and business process improvement. Depite recent reports that "SOA is Dead", the reality is that SOA is currently the best option available for systems integration and leverage of legacy systems. The main goal of this workshop is to create a focal point and an ongoing forum for researchers and practitioners to share results and open issues in the area of maintenance and evolution of service-oriented systems. (from the MESOA 2010 webpage)


FAMOOSr 2010 - 4th Workshop on FAMIX and Moose in Reengineering

moose Moose is an extensive infrastructure for reverse engineering evolved for over 10 years that promotes the reuse of engineering efforts in research. Moose accommodates various types of data modeled in the FAMIX family of meta-models. The goal of this workshop is to strengthen the community of researchers and practitioners who are working in re- and reverse engineering, by providing a forum for building future research starting from Moose and FAMIX as shared infrastructure. (from the FAMOOSr 2010 webpage)