Call for participation
The BENEVOL software evolution research seminar aims to gather junior and senior researchers from Belgium, the Netherlands, and neighboring countries to meet and to discuss new ideas, important problems and obtained research results in the field of software evolution.
Prospective speakers (junior or senior researchers or practitioners active in the field) are invited to submit an extended abstract (max. 2 A4 pages) of a talk. Based on these extended abstracts, the organization will construct an exciting program. The seminar particularly welcomes presentations of ongoing research or tools developed by PhD students. Senior researchers will provide the necessary feedback and lively discussions.
Invited speakers & program
This year we will have the following exciting keynote talks:
Leon Moonen (Simula Research Laboratory): "Supporting Certification and Evolution of Cyber-Physical Product Families"
Rainer Koschke (University of Bremen): “Software Clone Management: Past, Present and the Future”
Participation & venue
Attendance to BENEVOL 2014 is free (including lunch, coffee breaks, and dinner on the first day), but registration is required. The event will be hosted at Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica (CWI) at the Science Park in Amsterdam, in the Euler room.
Directions for coming to CWI by car can be found here.
Directions for coming to CWI by public transport can be foud here.
Suggestions for accommodation can be found here.
Please register using this form.
Important dates & submissions
Submission deadline: extended to October 26th (AOE)
Registration deadline: November 10th (AOE)
Event: November 27th and 28th
Extended abstracts (max. 2 A4 pages) should be submitted using EasyChair:
Submissions will be compiled as a CWI technical report. Participants can still submit their work to other scientific venues.
Our kind sponsors enable free registration for the event: