Regular full papers will be presented at oral sessions from 30-31 May, 2019. Special Sessions will be organized by gathering together papers on close topics, accordingly to the CEISEE technical areas and their keywords, and based on the proposed special sessions.

Speakers will have 20 minutes for presentation and discussion of their paper.

Special Sessions

SS 1.1) Quality Optimisation for Software Systems: Trade-offs between Runtime and Design-time Software Quality Atributes
                Chair: Dionysios Kehagias     Co-Chair: Marija Jankovic

Provide to engineers and scientists from both industry and academia a forum for presenting their ongoing work in the field of Software Quality optimization, with specific emphasis on the trade-offs between various quality attributes like maintainability, energy consumption, security, and performance. We are interested in publishing original contributions focusing on the problem of finding compromises between runtime and design-time qualities. Besides, we are interested in research work related to software engineering education for software quality, including novel strategies for educating software developers and engineers regarding the importance of software quality, as well as for training them in order to produce high-quality software solutions. Research endeavours that deal with the topics mentioned above in the context of low-energy computing applications are of particular interest.

SS 1.2) Education in the field of Industry 4.0
           Chair: Andreia Artífice, UNINOVA      Co-Chair: Aicha Sekhari,  Université Lumiere Lyon 2


Workshop 1.1 "Coding algorithms in the programmer's native language"
The objective is to present the Algorithmi information system (, which allows to code algorithms in the programmer's native language and the automatic translation to the main programming languages ( C, java, python, php, etc.)

Workshop 1.2 "vf-OS. The Building Blocks for the Manufacturing Industry"

While many organizations might still be discovering Industry 4.0, several others already realized its potential and are looking to implement changes today, preparing for a future where “smart” workstations, machines, and applications open the realm of new business opportunities. However, factories are complex systems and European SMEs’ needs around Manufacturing ICT solutions are still far from being satisfied in a simple and affordable way, leading to diverse and non-interoperable systems.

Workshop 1.3 (a) "The Role of ERASMUS+ Projects for Industry 4.0 Skills Development"

The workshop is proposed in the context of the Erasmus+ project SHYFTE – Building Skills 4.0 THROUGH UNIVERSITY AND ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION.

Workshop 1.3 (b) "SHYFTE: Academia-Industry collaboration for skills 4.0 development"

This session aims to bring the academic community closer to the industrial sector in the context of SHYFTE project. It will have two main phases:

  1. Effective Skills for Industry 4.0 in EU and Asia – Business Pitch of invited enterprises
  2. Round table “What High Education can do to develop required skills for Industry 4.0? Nowadays industry 4.0 success depends on several factors, in which the human factor is very important. Find skilled workforce it is a challenge for those companies. The role of higher education is crucial to develop required skills in students and preparing them their future career. This round table aims to stablish a discussion space regarding the role of high education and its contribution in skills development for Industry 4.0 in International context.

Program at a Glance



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