CHASE 2023 incorporates into its program journal-first (J1C2) papers accepted at prestigious software engineering venues. Through this initiative, authors of journal-first papers accepted in select journals will be invited to present their work at CHASE, thus providing an opportunity for the authors to engage directly with the community and offering the CHASE attendees an additional dimension to the research track program.
The select venues that are accepted for the CHASE journal-first program are:
- IEEE Transaction on Software Engineering (TSE)
- ACM Transactions on Software Engineering and Methodology (TOSEM)
- Springer Empirical Software Engineering (EMSE)
- Elsevier Journal of Systems and Software (JSS)
- Elsevier Information and Software Technology (IST)
- Wiley Journal of Software: Evolution and Process (JSME)
- ACM Transactions on Social Computing (TSC)
- Springer Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCWJ)
A submission to the CHASE 2023 call for journal-first paper presentations must adhere to the following criteria:
- The candidate journal paper must be within the scope of the conference.
- The candidate journal paper needs to have been accepted to any of the select journals listed above no earlier than December 1st, 2021.
- The candidate journal paper does not exclusively report a secondary study (e.g., systematic reviews, mapping studies, surveys)
- The candidate journal paper reports on completely new research results and/or presents novel contributions that significantly extend and were not previously reported in prior work.
- As a rough guide, a journal-first paper should have at least 70% new content over and above the content of previous publications. As such, the expectation is that an extension of a full 8-10 pages conference or workshop paper would not be deemed a journal-first paper.
- The paper has not been presented at and is not under consideration for journal-first programs of other conferences.
Follow the submission link below. The authors of any paper that meets the above criteria are invited to submit a written (maximum) one-page document structured as follows:
- The original paper’s title,
- The list of authors
- The original paper’s abstract
- A pointer to the original journal paper at the journal’s website.
If the journal paper is related to or builds on a previously published work (such as a tool demo or a poster), then the document must clearly and explicitly justify why the paper should be considered a journal first paper.
Submission site: link.
For each J1C2 abstract submission, we will perform a check that the paper satisfies the above-listed criteria. As the papers have already been reviewed and accepted by the journals, they will not be reviewed again for technical content. In the case that an exceptionally high number of submissions is received, not all papers will be selected. Priority will be given to the papers that:
- Best fit the technical program, offering a balance across the conference topics.
- Demonstrate engaging presentation skills and interesting topics.
- Increase opportunities for authors to attend CHASE who might not otherwise attend. As such, priority will be given to papers whose presenter is not presenting any other contribution to CHASE 2023.
- Would be ineligible as a journal-first presentation at the other major SE conferences (e.g., ICSE/FSE/ASE) – because its acceptance date precedes the next conference’s window of journal acceptance dates for JF presentations.
The journal-first manuscripts are published through the journals and will not be part of the CHASE proceedings. The journal-first papers will be listed in the conference program. If a journal-first manuscript is not open access, the authors must commit to making at least a pre-print version available.
Authors of submissions accepted for the journal-first program will be invited to present their J1C2 papers at CHASE 2023. The chosen presenter must register for, attend the conference, and present the paper. The presentation is expected to be delivered in person unless this is impossible due to travel limitations (related to, e.g., health, visa, or COVID-19 prevention).
- Journal First Abstract Submissions Deadline: 20 March 2023, AoE
- Journal First Acceptance Notification: 4 April 2023, AoE
All submission dates are at 23:59 AoE (Anywhere on Earth, UTC-12).
Sun 14 MayDisplayed time zone: Hobart change
09:00 - 10:30
|First day opening
|The Inclusive Developer: Perspectives and Considerations for Building Inclusive Software
Daniela Damian University of Victoria
11:00 - 12:30
|Post-pandemic Resilience of Hybrid Software TeamsFull Paper
Ronnie de Souza Santos Cape Breton University, Gianisa Adisaputri Dalhousie University, Paul Ralph Dalhousie UniversityPre-print
|On the perceived relevance of critical internal quality attributes when evolving software featuresFull Paper
Eduardo Fernandes Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG), Marcos Kalinowski Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (PUC-Rio)Pre-print
|What's behind tight deadlines? Business causes of technical debtNIER paper
Rodrigo Rebouças de Almeida Federal University of Paraiba, Christoph Treude University of Melbourne, Uirá Kulesza Federal University of Rio Grande do NortePre-print
|Accounting for socio-technical resilience in software engineeringNIER paper
Tamara Lopez The Open University, Helen Sharp The Open University, Michel Wermelinger The Open University, Melanie Langer Lancaster University, Mark Levine Lancaster University, Caroline Jay Department of Computer Science, University of Manchester, M13 9PL, United Kingdom, Yijun Yu The Open University, UK, Bashar Nuseibeh The Open University, UK; Lero, University of Limerick, IrelandPre-print
13:45 - 15:15
|Exploring a Research Agenda for Design Knowledge Capture in MeetingsNIER paper
Liz Seero Colorado College, Adriana Meza Soria UC Irvine, Andre van der Hoek University of California, Irvine, Janet Burge Colorado CollegePre-print
|Applying Human Values Theory to Software Engineering Practice: Lessons and ImplicationsJ1C2
J1C2Link to publication DOI Media Attached File Attached
|Like, dislike, or just do it? How developers approach software development tasksJ1C2
Zainab Masood Prince Sultan University, Rashina Hoda Monash University, Kelly Blincoe University of Auckland, Daniela Damian University of VictoriaLink to publication DOI
|An Exploratory Study of the Benefits of Time-bounded Collaborative Events for Startup FoundersFull Paper
André Miranda UFPA, Kiev Gama UFPE, Cleidson de Souza Vale Institute of Technology and Federal University of Pará Belém, BrazilPre-print
15:45 - 17:15
|Understanding information diffusion about open-source projects on Twitter, HackerNews, and RedditFull Paper
Hongbo Fang Carnegie Mellon University, Bogdan Vasilescu Carnegie Mellon University, James Herbsleb Carnegie Mellon UniversityPre-print
|Towards Understanding the Open Source Interest in Gender-Related GitHub ProjectsFull Paper
Rita Garcia Unity and Victoria University of Wellington, Christoph Treude University of Melbourne, Wendy La University of AdelaidePre-print
|Hearing the voice of experts: Unveiling Stack Exchange communities’ knowledge of test smellsFull Paper
Luana Martins Federal University of Bahia, Denivan Campos Federal University of Bahia, Railana Santana Federal University of Bahia, Joselito Mota Jr Federal University of Bahia, Heitor Augustus Xavier Costa Federal University of Lavras, Ivan Machado Federal University of BahiaPre-print
|Strategies for Using Websites to Support Programming and Their Impact on Source CodeFull Paper
Omar Alghamdi Department of Computer Science, University of Manchester, M13 9PL, United Kingdom. College of Computing and Informatics, Saudi Electronic University, Riyadh,6867, Saudi Arabia, Sarah Clinch Department of Computer Science, University of Manchester, M13 9PL, United Kingdom, Mohammad Alhamadi Department of Computer Science, University of Manchester, M13 9PL, United Kingdom, Caroline Jay Department of Computer Science, University of Manchester, M13 9PL, United KingdomPre-print
|First day closing
Mon 15 MayDisplayed time zone: Hobart change
09:00 - 10:30
|Second day opening
|Humans of AI
Jon Whittle CSIRO's Data61 and Monash University
Not scheduled yet
|Not scheduled yet
|Understanding Roxygen Package Documentation in RJ1C2
Melina Vidoni Australian National UniversityLink to publication DOI