SEAA-ESE 2011 : Track on Embedded Software Engineering @ 37th Euromicro SEAA 2011
Call For Papers
The importance of software embedded in products and devices is increasing;
as such software implements an increasing number of functions and
innovations. Embedded software is the core of software-intensive embedded
systems and is typically handling interactions with the real world under
extra functional constraints, including requirements related to space,
time, energy consumption, and dependability.
The SEEA track on embedded software engineering has a prime target on
development and engineering of embedded software (ESE), but welcomes also
submissions targeting other aspects of embedded software applications. We
encourage submissions of more theoretical nature as well as experience
reports from academia and especially from industry. In particular, we
encourage submissions demonstrating the benefits or limitations of ESE
approaches through case studies, experiments, and quantitative data. As
parts of large software-intensive and distributed systems are increasingly
designed using cloud services a key topic is to explore in this context
design innovations, risks, and limitations.
Topics of interest include (but are not limited to):
- Design and implementation of embedded software
- Programming methodologies and languages for embedded software
- Model-based and component-based approached to embedded software development.
- Testing and certification of embedded software
- Embedded software verification and validation
- Software-intensive systems applications, e.g., in automotive, avionics,
energy, industrial automation, health care, and telecommunication.
- Middleware for embedded software
- Run-time mechanisms
- Embedded software architectures
- Embedded software in the cloud