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SEAMS 2018
Mon 28 - Tue 29 May 2018 Gothenburg, Sweden
co-located with ICSE 2018

Modern and emerging software systems, such as industrial Internet of Things, Cyber-Physical Systems, cloud and mobile computing, have to operate without interruption. Self-adaptation and self-management enable these systems to adapt themselves at runtime to preserve and optimize their operation in the presence of uncertain changes in their operating environment, resource variability, new user needs, attacks, intrusions, and faults.

Approaches to complement software-based systems with self-managing and self-adaptive capabilities are an important area of research and development, offering solutions that leverage advances in fields such as software architecture, fault-tolerant computing, programming languages, robotics, run-time program analysis and verification, among others. Additionally, research in this field is informed by related areas such as control systems, machine learning, artificial intelligence, agent-based systems, and biologically inspired computing. The SEAMS symposium focuses on applying software engineering to these approaches, including methods, techniques, processes and tools that can be used to support self-* properties like self-protection, self-healing, self-optimization, and self-configuration.

The objective of SEAMS is to bring together researchers and practitioners from diverse areas to investigate, discuss, and examine the fundamental principles, the state of the art, and critical challenges of engineering self-adaptive and self-managing systems.

Call for Papers

Visit the track page for the call for papers.

SEAMS 2018 flyer (pdf)

Venue and Time

SEAMS 2018 is co-located with the 40th International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE 2018) in Gothenburg, Sweden and will be held from May 28-29, 2018.

Contact

Symposia-related email should be addressed to: seams-2018-org [AT] cs.kuleuven.be

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SEAMS History

Visit the track page for the SEAMS history.