The ESEM Industry Talks track features submissions of paperless lightning talks from industry people that communicate experienced cases and related results. Strong emphasis should be given to the industrial scenario and the description of experiences.
Depending on the number of submissions the track co-chairs might have to select which subset of eligible submissions are selected for presentation at the conference. There is no guarantee of acceptance.
Submissions should not be under consideration for publication or presentation elsewhere.
In addition to the specific scope of this track, submissions may address any aspect of software engineering but must tackle the problem from an empirical perspective and using a rigorous empirical method, including:
- Empirical studies using qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods
- Cross- and multi-disciplinary methods and studies
- Experiments and quasi-experiments
- Case studies, action research, ethnography and field studies
- Survey research
- Artifact studies
- Data mining, machine learning, and AI-based approaches
- Secondary and tertiary studies including
- Systematic literature reviews and rapid reviews that include a strong synthesis part
- Meta-analyses, and qualitative, quantitative or structured syntheses of studies
- Replication of empirical studies and families of studies
Topics commonly addressed using an empirical approach include, but are not limited to:
- Evaluation and comparison of software technologies
- Evaluation and comparison of software development methods, techniques, and practices
- Modeling, measuring, and assessing product and/or process quality
- Modeling, measuring, and assessing software development productivity
- Defect and quality prediction
- Software cost and size estimation
- Software evolution
- Software verification and validation, including analysis and testing
- Evaluation and modeling of contemporary software systems (IoT, Industry 4.0, Context–
- Awareness Systems, Cyber-physical, among others)
- Human factors, teamwork, and behavioral aspects of software engineering
We welcome submissions on these meta-topics:
- Development, evaluation, and comparison of empirical approaches and methods
- Infrastructure for conducting empirical studies
- Techniques and tools for supporting empirical studies
- Empirically-based decision making
We also welcome submissions that:
- demonstrate multi-disciplinary work,
- transfer and apply empirical methods from other disciplines,
- replication studies, and
- studies with negative findings.
How to Submit
Submissions to this track are limited to 2 pages presentation proposals (that are used only for the selection process) and must be submitted via EasyChair by selecting the track “Industry Talks.” They will not be part of the proceedings.
All submissions must be written in English and must be submitted via EasyChair in the PDF format, and they must be formatted according to the ACM proceedings template, which can be found at ACM Proceedings Template (https://www.acm.org/publications/proceedings-template).