18th Symposium on Software Engineering for Adaptive and Self-Managing Systems
Today we are building an exciting future in which autonomous vehicles navigate complex environments, smart cities help solve public problems and achieve a higher quality of life, and service robots support social care workers or perform tasks that are too dangerous for humans. However, these software-intensive systems must continuously preserve and optimize their operation in the presence of uncertain changes in their operating environment, resource variability, evolving user needs, attacks and faults. In addition, the complexity of these systems demands them to adapt and manage themselves autonomously.
SEAMS is a CORE-A ranked conference that applies software engineering methods, techniques, processes, and tools to support the construction of safe, performant, and cost-effective self-adaptive and autonomous systems that provide self-* properties like self-configuration, self-healing, self-optimization, and self-protection. The objective of SEAMS is to bring together researchers and practitioners from academia, industry, and government to investigate, discuss, examine, and advance the fundamental principles, state of the art, and the solutions addressing critical challenges of engineering self-adaptive and self-managing systems.
NEW: SEAMS 2023 will use two submission rounds for the Research Track, with firm deadlines in October 2022 and February 2023, and with the possibility of submitting a revised version from the first round to the second as detailed below.
- Mon 13 Mar 2023 by Sebastian Hahner
SEAMS: Accepted Papers
The lists of all accepted papers of the 18th Symposium on Software Engineering for Adaptive and Self-Managing Systems (SEAMS) are now available.
- Wed 20 Jul 2022 by Sebastian Hahner
Artifact Track: Call for Artifacts
The Call for Artifacts of the SEAMS’23 artifact track is available here.
SEAMS 2023 continues to encourage its community members to build dedicated artifacts that support driving, communicating, comparing, and evaluating their research on software engineering for adaptive and self-managing systems. In this spirit, the SEAMS 2023 artifacts track exists to review, promote, share, and catalog research artifacts that bri …read full article
In Memoriam: Valérie Issarny
It is with great sadness that we say goodbye to Valérie Issarny, an esteemed scientist and colleague. The SEAMS community expresses its deep appreciation for Valérie’s efforts as Co-Program Chair of SEAMS 2023. Valerie fought her disease with extraordinary courage until her last moment and we admired her strength. We will sincerely miss her and we are very grateful to Valérie for her many contributions to our community and the middleware and distributed systems communities.