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EuroPLoP 2019 - CALL FOR PAPERS
24th European Conference on Pattern Languages of Programs (EuroPLoP 2019)
July 3-7, 2019 - Kloster Irsee, Bavaria, Germany
PDF version: http://europlop.net/sites/default/files/files/europlop19%20cfp.pdf
February 5, 2019: Paper submission deadline (visit http://europlop.net)
March 11, 2019: Shepherding starts
May 1, 2019: Second draft due for review, Submission deadline for focus groups
May 15, 2019: Paper acceptance notification, registration opens
June 3, 2019: Closing date for early registration
June 10, 2019: End of shepherding
June 17, 2019: Conference draft version due
July 3-7, 2019: Conference
September 31, 2019: Proceedings version due
WHY COME TO EUROPLOP 2019?
Patterns represent practical experience and best practices, and EuroPLoP is the premier
European conference on patterns and pattern languages.
- Authors gain visibility by publishing patterns and get active, high-quality feedback
that can significantly improve their pattern writing and daily activities.
- Practitioners enlarge their network and increase visibility at EuroPLoP by meeting leading
experts and practitioners, and getting feedback.
- Academics gain from EuroPLoP’s intensive process of shepherding, reviews, and peer
discussions at Writers’ Workshops which will yield a high-quality publication:
* Accepted papers will be published in the ACM ICPS
* Further elaborated accepted papers qualify for submission to the Springer journal LNCS
Transactions on Pattern Languages of Programming (TPLoP).
- Participants may keep up-to-date with contemporary movements in software engineering and
related topics, with in-depth discussions during EuroPLoP’s Writers’ Workshops.
CALL FOR PATTERN PAPERS
We encourage submitting pattern papers on software-related topics, as well as other topics.
We particularly welcome submissions on the following topics (theory and practice):
* (Continuous) software engineering
* Software & systems architecture and design
* HCI design and architecture
* Cloud, fog, edge computing
* Agile and DevOps
* Business and organization
* Software quality and verification
* Requirements engineering
* Cyberphysical systems & (I)IoT
* Safety, security, dependability
* Digital transformation, Industry 4.x
* Education and collaboration
* Interdisciplinary topics
Feel free to suggest additional topic tracks if the ones above do not fit your research.
Email the program chair before December 31, 2018. EuroPLoP accepts papers containing patterns
or pattern languages, as well as papers related to the theory and the practical application
of patterns. EuroPLoP also accepts excerpts from Ph.D. theses or book projects. In the past,
many book authors have submitted parts of their work to get feedback from the pattern community.
Submission deadline: Feb. 4, 2019
CALL FOR PAPERS ON APPLYING AND IDENTIFYING PATTERNS
In addition to papers containing new patterns and pattern languages, we encourage submitting
papers on the application of existing patterns in industrial projects. Please submit:
* Reports on using patterns in projects, education or organizations
* Academic studies on patterns and pattern application
* Papers that present theoretical arguments about patterns
* Empirical evaluations of patterns and pattern languages
Submission deadline: Feb. 18, 2019
CALL FOR FOCUS GROUPS
EuroPLoP also welcomes focus group proposals. Focus groups are 1 to 2 hours workshop
sessions where you present or elaborate a pattern-related topic. You can also propose
and experiment with other session formats. Your submission should briefly sketch how
you will organize your session, its time budget, and the required number of participants.
Submission deadline: May 1, 2019
SUBMISSION FORMAT AND PROCESS
* The recommended format is ACM two column format, but not mandatory.
* For logistical reasons, we recommend submissions of 10 pages or less, and we especially
welcome shorter papers. Longer papers are possible but bear in mind that in that case,
the Writers’ Workshop might decide to focus on only a part of your paper.
* After submission, your paper will be assigned to a shepherd. This is an experienced
pattern author, who will provide feedback and suggestions on how to improve your paper.
After shepherding, re-submit your improved paper for review. All accepted papers will
be discussed in Writers’ Workshops during the conference.
* You can find this and more details at http://europlop.net/content/submission.
Submission at www.europlop.net
- High-quality feedback: All submissions will benefit from an iterative shepherding process
prior to the conference: an experienced pattern author will give you feedback and suggestions
on how to improve your paper. In Writers’ Workshops. – the core of the conference - peers and
experts will discuss your paper. You will receive in-depth, constructive feedback and insights
to improve your paper further. If you wish, you may introduce your contribution to the
Writers’ Workshop with alternative media (e.g., short video clips) to get feedback on that
format as well.
- Share and learn: Patterns are an effective way to share knowledge about a domain. The
interdisciplinary topics of the conference will provide you with new insights and inspiring
ideas from other fields.
- Theory and practice: EuroPLoP, with its creative and constructive atmosphere, attracts
participants from both industry and academia. You will be part of a unique community of
thought-leading people such as pattern book authors, researchers, and practitioners.
We are looking forward to receiving your contributions!
Conference Chair: Tiago Boldt Sousa,
Faculty of Engineering, University of Porto,
Program Chair: Taichi Isaku,
Keio Research Institute at SFC & CoCooking,
EuroPLoP 2019 is run by Hillside Europe e.V. Chairs of Hillside Europe: Christian Kohls,
Andreas Fiesser, and treasurer Tim Wellhausen
Hillside Europe e.V. was entered into the register of associations at the Munich Court under
number VR 17650 on 6th May, 2002. Hillside
Europe is registered at the Munich Tax Office under tax number 143/843/46079 and was last
approved as non-profit on 27th January 2004.