The 19th International Software Product Line Conference:
New Directions in Systems and Software Product Line Engineering
July 20-24, Nashville, TN USA.
chart New Zealand Dollar - US Dollar High quality research work that uses established scientific methodologies, written using high standards of academic technical publications.READ MORE
Challenges, innovations and solutions to concrete industrial applications of software and product line engineering tools and methodologies. These papers should have a significant software component to the research (see the Systems Engineering track otherwise).READ MORE
Papers that reach out to new communities around product lines, explore unusual interdisciplinary research, synergies with other fields, or present disruptive innovations. These papers should not be traditional SPLC research papers in a shorter form.READ MORE
This track is for papers, either research-oriented or industry-oriented, that are explicitly aimed at product lines residing primarily in the systems engineering realm. Specifically, this track is for papers addressing product line engineering where the focus is not software but rather other system engineering aspects (testing, operations, portfolio management, manufacturing, etc.) and/or concerns across the whole organization. Industry or research papers focusing on software product lines should be submitted to the traditional industry and research tracks.READ MORE
USD/CHF Applications and systems that show specific technologies in action, live.READ MORE
Doctoral proposals, both early- and mid-phase, to be reviewed and commented on by a panel of experts.READ MORE
Practical trainings for conference participants to expand their product line knowledge and skills.READ MORE
SPLC is now accepting proposals for innovative, well-focused workshops on a broad spectrum of topics related to software product lines, systems engineering, the application of product lines to new domains, product line experiences, variability and configuration management, and other related topics.READ MORE
Douglas C. Schmidt
David C. Sharp
Eduardo Almeida , Federal University of Bahia, Brazil
Alessandro Fantechi , Università di Firenze, Italy
Stefania Gnesi , ISTI-CNR, Italy
Tomoji Kishi , Waseda University, Japan
John McGregor , SEI/Clemson University, USA (Advisor)
Klaus Schmid , University of Hildesheim, Germany (Chair)
Douglas Schmidt , Vanderbilt University, USA
SPLC will be hosted in the Music City Center, Nashville's new convention center with the world's largest mobile indoor navigation system using iBeacons.
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