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

Accepted Papers

Title
A Framework for Intersectional Perspectives in Software Engineering
Research Papers
A Virtual Mentor to Support Question-Writing on Stack Overflow
Research Papers
An Initial Exploration of the “Good First Issue” Label for Newcomer Developers
Research Papers
Pre-print
Approaches to Diversifying the Programmer Community -- The Case of the Girls Coding Day
Research Papers
Buying time in software development: how estimates become commitments?
Research Papers
Decoding Confusing Code: Social Representations among Developers
Research Papers
Doing COVID-era Controlled Studies with Humans: Tales from the Trenches
Research Papers
Evaluating Age Bias In E-commerce
Research Papers
Gamification in Software Engineering: A Literature Review
Research Papers
How Experience Impacts Practitioners’ Perception of Causes and Effects of Technical Debt
Research Papers
Ideology in Open Source Development
Research Papers
Pre-print
Mobile Accessibility Guidelines Adoption under the Perspective of Developers and Designers
Research Papers
Perceptions about Software Testing among UAE Software Students
Research Papers
Qualitatively Analyzing PR Rejection Reasons from Conversations in Open-Source Projects
Research Papers
Pre-print
Student Experiences with GitHub and Stack Overflow: An Exploratory Study
Research Papers
Surfacing Paradigms underneath Research on Human and Social Aspects of Software Engineering
Research Papers
The Effects on Social Support and Work Engagement with Scrum Events
Research Papers
The Impacts of Sentiments and Tones in Community-Generated Issue Discussions
Research Papers
Pre-print
Towards Human-Like Automated Test Generation: Perspectives from Cognition and Problem Solving
Research Papers
Pre-print Media Attached
Utilizing Hackathons to Foster Innovation - The Case of a Corporate Hackathon Series
Research Papers

Panel

CHASE in the age of crises and technological revolution

For the past 13 years, CHASE has covered an extensive range of research on the cooperative and human aspects of software engineering. As CHASE takes its first step as a co-located conference at ICSE, the world of software looks more diverse than ever. Old challenges continue to be relevant as new challenges emerge at an increasing rate. The ongoing pandemic has suddenly shifted an unprecedented amount of work into online mode, while critical questions around the ethics, sustainability, and security of software enter everyday discussions. Technological revolutions in the form of AI and new network technologies are transforming our societies, while political, ecological, and humanitarian crises loom. There is a need for education and re-education of entire workforces, as jobs are transformed. Simultaneously, a large part of the global population has no access to electricity, not to mention any computer software. In this panel discussion, the panelists will consider the challenges ahead in computing and software engineering, and provide their views on how CHASE could address some of the issues that will be relevant for the next 13 years.

Panelists:

Andrew Begel, Microsoft Research, USA

Cleidson de Souza, Vale Institute of Technology and Federal University of Pará Belém, Brazil

Margaret-Anne Storey, University of Victoria, Canada

Rafael Prikladnicki, School of Technology at PUCRS University, Brazil

Yvonne Dittrich, IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Panel host and interviewer: Patanamon (Pick) Thongtanunam, University of Melbourne, Australia

Call for Paper

CHASE is open to submission of research works at various stages of maturity, including full papers (up to 10 pages) for mature works, short papers (up to 4 pages) for findings that are worth reporting to gain community feedback but not fully mature, and notes (up to 2 pages) for novel ideas and emerging findings.

In 2021, CHASE introduces a mentoring program to support new and upcoming researchers in our community.

TOPICS OF INTEREST

Topics of interest center around the human, cooperative, and collaborative aspects of software engineering, such as:

  • Software design or engineering philosophies, practices, and tools;
  • Adapting tools or processes to accommodate a range of organizational and cultural situations;
  • Sociological, cultural, psychological, or cognitive aspects of software design or engineering;
  • Managerial or organizational aspects focused on people and their interactions;
  • Teamwork, collaboration, or cooperation in or across various development teams and methodologies;
  • Community-based software development (e.g., Open Source, crowdsourcing, etc.);
  • Coordination and knowledge sharing at different scales (e.g., distributed teams, semi-anonymous collaboration, “borderless” teams);
  • Stakeholder participation within and across phases;
  • Processes and tools to support communication, collaboration, and cooperation among stakeholders.

Possible types of contributions include:

  • Empirical studies of software engineering teams or individuals in situ;
  • Laboratory studies of individual or team software engineering behavior;
  • Novel tools or processes motivated by observed needs or empirical investigations;
  • Use of analysis techniques or frameworks from disciplines outside software engineering, applied to empirical software engineering topics;
  • Meta-research topics.

SUBMISSIONS AND FORMATTING

We welcome 10-page full papers, 4-page short papers, and 2-page notes to enable attendees at different stages in their research process to participate in the conference. Page limits include references. Submissions can be made via the Easychair submission site (https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=chase2021) by the submission deadline. We encourage the authors to upload their paper information early (and can submit the PDF later) to properly enter conflicts for double-blind reviewing.

CHASE 2021 will use a double-blind review process. Submissions should not disclose the identity of the authors. The authors’ names must be omitted from the submissions and references to their prior work should be in the third person. Supplementary material must also conform to the double-blind policy. Further advice, guidance and explanation about the double-blind review process can be found in the Q&A of ICSE 2021. Advice for handling supplementary material can be found in this blog post: https://ineed.coffee/5205/how-to-disclose-data-for-double-blind-review-and-make-it-archived-open-data-upon-acceptance/

The submissions must conform to the IEEE formatting instructions IEEE Conference Proceedings Formatting Guidelines, (title in 24pt font and full text in 10pt type, LaTeX users must use \documentclass[10pt,conference]{IEEEtran} without including the compsoc or compsocconf options). The submissions must comply with the ACM Policy on Plagiarism, Misrepresentation, and Falsification. In particular, they must not have been published elsewhere and must not be under review elsewhere while under review for CHASE. The submission must also comply with the IEEE Policy on Authorship, part of the IEEE Plagiarism FAQ.

Publication and Presentation

Accepted papers will be encouraged to share preprints of their work. Upon notification of acceptance, all authors of accepted papers will be asked to complete a Copyright form and will receive further instructions for preparing their camera-ready versions. At least one author of the paper must register and present the paper at the conference; otherwise the paper will be excluded from both the program and the proceedings.

All accepted papers will be published in the conference electronic proceedings, which will also be available in the ACM and IEEE Digital Library. The official publication date is the date the proceedings are made available in the ACM or IEEE Digital Libraries. This date may be up to two weeks prior to the first day of ICSE 2021. The official publication date affects the deadline for any patent filings related to published work.

In any case, purchases of additional pages in the proceedings is not possible.

Authors of accepted papers will receive further instructions about paper presentations. All interested parties are welcome to register, even without an accepted paper.

Dates
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Conference Day
Thu 20 May

Displayed time zone: Amsterdam, Berlin, Bern, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna change

02:00 - 02:15
1.1 Conference opening Time Band 3Research Papers at CHASE Room
02:00
15m
Day opening
Conference opening + awards announcement
Research Papers

02:15 - 02:55
1.2 Talk 1 - Improving diversityResearch Papers at CHASE Room
02:15
2m
Other
Session opening
Research Papers

02:17
10m
Full-paper
Approaches to Diversifying the Programmer Community -- The Case of the Girls Coding Day
Research Papers
Huilian Sophie QiuCarnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States, Wen YangCoding Girls Club, China, Alexander NolteUniversity of Tartu
02:27
10m
Full-paper
Evaluating Age Bias In E-commerce
Research Papers
Jennifer McIntoshMonash University, Xiaojiao DuMonash University, Zexian WuMonash University, Giahuy TruongMonash University, Quang LyMonash University, Richard HowMonash University, Sriram ViswanathanMonash University, Tanjila KanijMonash University
02:37
5m
Short-paper
Doing COVID-era Controlled Studies with Humans: Tales from the Trenches
Research Papers
Rupika Dikkala, Roli KhannaOregon State University, Caleb MatthewsOregon State University, Jonathan DodgeOregon State University, Sai RajaOregon State University, Catherine HuOregon State University, Jed IrvineOregon State University, Zeyad ShureihOregon State University, Kin-Ho LamOregon State University, Andrew AndersonOregon State University, Minsuk KahngOregon State University, Alan Fern, Margaret BurnettOregon State University
02:42
13m
Other
Session discussion + closing
Research Papers

03:05 - 03:45
1.4 PanelResearch Papers at CHASE Room

Panel topic: CHASE in the age of crises and technological revolution

Panel abstract: For the past 13 years, CHASE has covered an extensive range of research on the cooperative and human aspects of software engineering. As CHASE takes its first step as a co-located conference at ICSE, the world of software looks more diverse than ever. Old challenges continue to be relevant as new challenges emerge at an increasing rate. The ongoing pandemic has suddenly shifted an unprecedented amount of work into online mode, while critical questions around the ethics, sustainability, and security of software enter everyday discussions. Technological revolutions in the form of AI and new network technologies are transforming our societies, while political, ecological, and humanitarian crises loom. There is a need for education and re-education of entire workforces, as jobs are transformed. Simultaneously, a large part of the global population has no access to electricity, not to mention any computer software. In this panel discussion, the panelists will consider the challenges ahead in computing and software engineering, and provide their views on how CHASE could address some of the issues that will be relevant for the next 13 years.

Panelists:

Andrew Begel, Microsoft Research, USA

Cleidson de Souza, Vale Institute of Technology and Federal University of Pará Belém, Brazil

Margaret-Anne Storey, University of Victoria, Canada

Rafael Prikladnicki, School of Technology at PUCRS University, Brazil

Yvonne Dittrich, IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Panel host and interviewer: Patanamon (Pick) Thongtanunam, University of Melbourne, Australia

03:05
40m
Other
Panel - CHASE in the age of crises and technological revolution
Research Papers

03:45 - 04:00
1.3 Social GatheringResearch Papers at CHASE Community Room
03:45
15m
Social Event
Social Gathering
Research Papers

14:00 - 15:30
1.5 Mentoring sessions (European groups)Research Papers at CHASE Room
14:00
90m
Meeting
Mentoring by senior CHASE researchers (only for mentoring participants, not a public event)
Research Papers

16:00 - 16:15
1.6 Conference opening Time Band 2Research Papers at CHASE Room
16:00
15m
Day opening
Conference opening + awards announcement
Research Papers

16:15 - 17:05
1.7 Talk 2 - Frontiers at CHASEResearch Papers at CHASE Room
16:15
2m
Other
Session opening
Research Papers

16:17
10m
Full-paper
Surfacing Paradigms underneath Research on Human and Social Aspects of Software Engineering
Research Papers
Jorge MelegatiFree University of Bozen-Bolzano, Xiaofeng WangFree University of Bozen-Bolzano
16:27
10m
Full-paper
Utilizing Hackathons to Foster Innovation - The Case of a Corporate Hackathon Series
Research Papers
Alar LeemetPipedrive, Fredrik FredrikUniversity of Tartu, Alexander NolteUniversity of Tartu
16:37
10m
Full-paper
The Impacts of Sentiments and Tones in Community-Generated Issue Discussions
Research Papers
Arghavan SaneiPolytechnique Montreal, Jinghui ChengPolytechnique Montreal, Bram AdamsQueens University
Pre-print
16:47
5m
Short-paper
The Effects on Social Support and Work Engagement with Scrum Events
Research Papers
Debora MüllerUniversity of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland, Martin KroppUniversity of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland, Craig AnslowVictoria University of Wellington, Andreas MeierZurich University of Applied Sciences
16:52
13m
Other
Session discussion + closing
Research Papers

17:10 - 17:30
1.9 Poster Session 1Research Papers at CHASE Room
17:10
2m
Other
Session opening
Research Papers

17:12
2m
Poster
A Framework for Intersectional Perspectives in Software Engineering
Research Papers
Mary Sánchez-GordónØstfold University College, Ricardo Colomo-PalaciosØstfold University College
17:14
2m
Poster
Towards Human-Like Automated Test Generation: Perspectives from Cognition and Problem Solving
Research Papers
Eduard Paul EnoiuMälardalen University, Robert FeldtChalmers University of Technology, Sweden
Pre-print Media Attached
17:16
2m
Poster
An Initial Exploration of the “Good First Issue” Label for Newcomer Developers
Research Papers
Jan Willem David AlderliestenDelft University of Technology, Andy ZaidmanDelft University of Technology
Pre-print
17:18
2m
Poster
A Virtual Mentor to Support Question-Writing on Stack Overflow
Research Papers
Nicole NovielliUniversity of Bari, Fabio CalefatoUniversity of Bari, Federico De LaurentiisUniversity of Bari, Luigi MinerviniUniversity of Bari, Filippo LanubileUniversity of Bari
17:20
10m
Other
QA + Session discussion + closing
Research Papers

17:30 - 17:50
1.8 Social GatheringResearch Papers at CHASE Community Room
17:30
20m
Social Event
Social Gathering
Research Papers

17:50 - 18:40
1.10 Steering committee meetingResearch Papers at CHASE Room
17:50
50m
Meeting
Steering committee meeting
Research Papers

Conference Day
Fri 21 May

Displayed time zone: Amsterdam, Berlin, Bern, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna change

00:00 - 01:30
1.11 Mentoring sessions (Americas groups)Research Papers at CHASE Room
00:00
90m
Meeting
Mentoring by senior CHASE researchers (only for mentoring participants, not a public event)
Research Papers

02:00 - 02:05
2.1 Day 2 opening Time Band 3Research Papers at CHASE Room
02:00
5m
Day opening
Day 2 opening
Research Papers

02:05 - 02:55
2.2 Talk 3 - CHASE in OSSResearch Papers at CHASE Room
02:05
2m
Other
Session opening
Research Papers

02:07
10m
Full-paper
Student Experiences with GitHub and Stack Overflow: An Exploratory Study
Research Papers
Trishala BhasinUniversity of Victoria, Canada, Adam R MurrayUniversity of Victoria, Margaret-Anne StoreyUniversity of Victoria
02:17
10m
Full-paper
Ideology in Open Source Development
Research Papers
Yang YueUniversity of California, Irvine, Xiaoran YuBeijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, Xinyi YouBeijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, Yi WangBeijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, David RedmilesUniversity of California, Irvine
Pre-print
02:27
5m
Short-paper
Qualitatively Analyzing PR Rejection Reasons from Conversations in Open-Source Projects
Research Papers
Tanay GottigundalaCalifornia Polytechnic State University, Siriwan SereesathienCalifornia Polytechnic State University, Bruno da SilvaCalifornia Polytechnic State University
Pre-print
02:32
23m
Other
Session discussion + closing
Research Papers

03:05 - 03:25
2.4 Poster Session 2Research Papers at CHASE Room
03:05
2m
Other
Session opening
Research Papers

03:07
2m
Poster
Mobile Accessibility Guidelines Adoption under the Perspective of Developers and Designers
Research Papers
Victor Leal AlmeidaFederal University of Pernambuco, Kiev GamaFederal University of Pernambuco
03:09
2m
Poster
Perceptions about Software Testing among UAE Software Students
Research Papers
Luiz Fernando CapretzWestern University, Ali BounassifUniversity of Sharjah, Harous SaadUnited Arab Emirates University
03:11
14m
Other
QA + Session discussion + closing
Research Papers

03:25 - 03:35
2.5 Conference Closing Time Band 3Research Papers at CHASE Room
03:25
10m
Day closing
Conference closing
Research Papers

03:35 - 04:05
2.3 Social GatheringResearch Papers at CHASE Community Room
03:35
30m
Social Event
Social Gathering
Research Papers

16:00 - 16:05
2.6 Day 2 opening Time Band 2Research Papers at CHASE Room
16:00
5m
Day opening
Day 2 opening
Research Papers

16:05 - 16:45
16:05
40m
Keynote
Trusted AI
Research Papers
Rachel BellamyIBM T.J. Watson Research Center
16:50 - 17:30
2.9 Talk 4 - Human factors in maintenanceResearch Papers at CHASE Room
16:50
2m
Other
Session opening
Research Papers

16:52
10m
Full-paper
Buying time in software development: how estimates become commitments?
Research Papers
Patrícia MatsubaraFederal University of Amazonas, Igor SteinmacherFederal University of Technology - Paraná / Northern Arizona University, Bruno GadelhaUFAM, Tayana ConteUniversidade Federal do Amazonas
17:02
10m
Full-paper
Decoding Confusing Code: Social Representations among Developers
Research Papers
Rafael de MelloCEFET/RJ, Brazil, José Aldo da CostaFederal University of Campina Grande, Benedito Fernando Albuquerque de OliveiraFederal University of Alagoas, Márcio RibeiroFederal University of Alagoas, Brazil, Baldoino Fonseca, Rohit GheyiFederal University of Campina Grande, Alessandro GarciaPUC-Rio, Willy TiengoFederal University of Alagoas
17:12
10m
Full-paper
How Experience Impacts Practitioners’ Perception of Causes and Effects of Technical Debt
Research Papers
Sávio FreireFederal University of Bahia and Federal Institute of Ceará, Nicolli RiosFederal University of Rio de Janeiro, Boris Rainiero Perez GutierrezUniversity of Los Andes, Colombia, Cristian Camilo Castellanos RodriguezUniversidad de los Andes , Bogotá, Colombia, Dario CorrealAssociate Professor, Robert RamačFaculty of Technical Sciences, University of Novi Sad, Vladimir MandićFaculty of Technical Sciences, University of Novi Sad, Nebojša TaušanINFORA Research Group doo, Gustavo LópezUniversity of Costa Rica, Alexia PachecoUniversity of Costa Rica, Davide FalessiCalifornia Polytechnic State University, Manoel MendonçaFederal University of Bahia, Clemente IzurietaMontana State University, Carolyn SeamanUniversity of Maryland Baltimore County, Rodrigo SpinolaUniversidade Salvador
17:22
5m
Short-paper
Gamification in Software Engineering: A Literature Review
Research Papers
Carlos F. BarretoCesar School, César FrançaUniversidade Federal Rural de Pernambuco
17:27
3m
Other
Session discussion + closing
Research Papers

17:30 - 17:40
2.10 Conference Closing Time Band 2Research Papers at CHASE Room
17:30
10m
Day closing
Conference closing
Research Papers

17:40 - 18:10
2.8 Social GatheringResearch Papers at CHASE Community Room
17:40
30m
Social Event
Social Gathering
Research Papers

Questions? Use the CHASE Research Papers contact form.