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CHASE 2021
Thu 20 - Fri 21 May 2021
co-located with ICSE 2021

After running as one of the most successful workshops at ICSE for 13 years, the Cooperative and Human Aspects of Software Engineering (CHASE) returns as a co-located conference at ACM/IEEE International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE) in 2021!

CHASE is a high-quality venue for research related to the cooperative and human aspects of software engineering. Researchers and practitioners have long recognized the need to investigate the cooperative and human aspects. However, their articles have been scattered across many conferences and communities. The CHASE conference provides a unified forum for discussing high-quality research studies, models, methods, and tools for human and cooperative aspects of software engineering. We provide a meeting place for academic, industry, and practitioner communities interested in this area, and for those who are curious to see what it is all about.

Continuing its long tradition of being a diverse and inclusive community, CHASE welcomes human and social topics using a variety of research methods and techniques including, but not limited to case studies, ethnography, experiments and quasi-experiments, grounded theory, mining software repositories and other data, social media research, survey research and many more. Applications of new and interesting methods and techniques from other disciplines to study the cooperative and human aspects of software engineering are welcome.

Attendees, authors, presenters, session chairs: If you need an attendance certificate for CHASE 2021, please submit this form: https://forms.gle/ceowdGrennzfW9Jz9

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CHASE will be hosted through the Clowdr platform.

Access it here: Clowdr ICSE 2021.

If you need help to find CHASE in Clowdr, you may find useful the slides or the video we prepared for you.

Full Papers

  • Approaches to Diversifying the Programmer Community -- The Case of the Girls Coding Day

    Huilian Sophie Qiu, Wen Yang, Alexander Nolte

  • Evaluating Age Bias In E-commerce

    Jennifer McIntosh, Xiaojiao Du, Zexian Wu, Giahuy Truong, Quang Ly, Richard How, Sriram Viswanathan, Tanjila Kanij

  • Surfacing Paradigms underneath Research on Human and Social Aspects of Software Engineering

    Jorge Melegati, Xiaofeng Wang

  • Utilizing Hackathons to Foster Innovation - The Case of a Corporate Hackathon Series

    Alar Leemet, Fredrik Fredrik, Alexander Nolte

  • The Impacts of Sentiments and Tones in Community-Generated Issue Discussions

    Arghavan Sanei, Jinghui Cheng, Bram Adams


  • Student Experiences with GitHub and Stack Overflow: An Exploratory Study

    Trishala Bhasin, Adam R Murray, Margaret-Anne Storey

  • Ideology in Open Source Development

    Yang Yue, Xiaoran Yu, Xinyi You, Yi Wang, David Redmiles


  • Buying time in software development: how estimates become commitments?

    Patrícia Matsubara, Igor Steinmacher, Bruno Gadelha, Tayana Conte

  • Decoding Confusing Code: Social Representations among Developers

    Rafael de Mello, José Aldo da Costa, Benedito Fernando Albuquerque de Oliveira, Márcio Ribeiro, Baldoino Fonseca, Rohit Gheyi, Alessandro Garcia, Willy Tiengo

  • How Experience Impacts Practitioners’ Perception of Causes and Effects of Technical Debt

    Sávio Freire, Nicolli Rios, Boris Rainiero Perez Gutierrez, Cristian Camilo Castellanos Rodriguez, Dario Correal, Robert Ramač, Vladimir Mandić, Nebojša Taušan, Gustavo López, Alexia Pacheco, Davide Falessi, Manoel Mendonça, Clemente Izurieta, Carolyn Seaman, Rodrigo Spinola


Short Papers

  • Doing COVID-era Controlled Studies with Humans: Tales from the Trenches

    Rupika Dikkala, Roli Khanna, Caleb Matthews, Jonathan Dodge, Sai Raja, Catherine Hu, Jed Irvine, Zeyad Shureih, Kin-Ho Lam, Andrew Anderson, Minsuk Kahng, Alan Fern, Margaret Burnett


  • The Effects on Social Support and Work Engagement with Scrum Events

    Debora Müller, Martin Kropp, Craig Anslow, Andreas Meier

  • Qualitatively Analyzing PR Rejection Reasons from Conversations in Open-Source Projects

    Tanay Gottigundala, Siriwan Sereesathien, Bruno da Silva

  • Gamification in Software Engineering: A Literature Review

    Carlos F. Barreto, César França


  • A Framework for Intersectional Perspectives in Software Engineering

    Mary Sánchez-Gordón, Ricardo Colomo-Palacios

  • Towards Human-Like Automated Test Generation: Perspectives from Cognition and Problem Solving

    Eduard Paul Enoiu, Robert Feldt


    Media Attached

  • An Initial Exploration of the “Good First Issue” Label for Newcomer Developers

    Jan Willem David Alderliesten, Andy Zaidman


  • A Virtual Mentor to Support Question-Writing on Stack Overflow

    Nicole Novielli, Fabio Calefato, Federico De Laurentiis, Luigi Minervini, Filippo Lanubile

  • Mobile Accessibility Guidelines Adoption under the Perspective of Developers and Designers

    Victor Leal Almeida, Kiev Gama

  • Perceptions about Software Testing among UAE Software Students

    Luiz Fernando Capretz, Ali Bounassif, Harous Saad