BENEVOL 2012

Context and details

The 11th edition of the BElgian-NEtherlands software eVOLution symposium (BENEVOL 2012) will take place at the Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands. The two-day workshop will be held on Monday 3 and Tuesday 4 December 2012.

The goal of BENEVOL is to bring together researchers from Belgium, The Netherlands and the neighboring countries that are working in the field of software evolution. BENEVOL offers a forum to meet and to discuss new ideas, important problems and obtained research results. Prospective speakers are invited to submit an extended abstract (max. 2 A4 pages) of a talk; based on these extended abstracts, the organization will construct a program.

The workshop will be organized by Andy Zaidman and Martin Pinzger.

Important dates

  • Submission of extended abstracts: October 29th 2012
  • Registration deadline: November 16th 2012
  • BENEVOL symposium: December 3rd and 4th 2012

Registration

Please register by filling in the registration form until 16th November 2012. The registration is free and also includes free lunch on Monday and Tuesday and a free dinner on Monday.

Program

The BENEVOL 2012 Program is online. Talks are 15 minutes followed by ~10 minutes discussion. The dinner on Monday evening (19:00) is at the restaurant de Verbeelding, Delft (directions).

Submissions

Prospective speakers are invited to submit an extended abstract (max. 2 A4 pages) of a talk. Suggested themes and topics include, but are not limited to:

  • Dynamic adaptation, composition and reconfiguration of software and services
  • Embedded, adaptive and context-aware systems
  • Foundations & paradigms
  • Empirical studies in maintenance
  • Tool support for software evolution
  • Data-intensive systems evolution
  • Process-intensive systems evolution
  • Model-driven software evolution
  • Software evolution for emerging paradigms
  • Managerial aspects and process models for software evolution
  • Software analysis and visualization techniques to support software evolution
  • Data and process analysis techniques to support software evolution

Submissions have to be sent to Andy Zaidman (A.E.Zaidman(atDOMAIN)tudelft(dot)nl) and Martin Pinzger (M.Pinzger(atDOMAIN)tudelft(dot)nl ) before October 29th 2012.

Keynotes

We are proud to announce that BENEVOL will feature two keynotes:

Logistics

Location

The symposium will take place at the EWI TU Delft, The Netherlands.
Address: Mekelweg 4, 2628 CD Delft
Room: Snijderzaal (LB 01.010), lower building


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Hotels

This is a list of recommended hotels in Delft. Hotel Juliana is closest to the campus. Most other hotels are located in the city center, which is about 2 to 3 kilometers from the TU campus and can easily be walked.

See http://www.delfthotels.nl/ for more hotels.

Sponsored by

  • NWO Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO)

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