ECSA 2020 Best Paper Award goes to: Mauro Caporuscio, Mirko D’Angelo, Vincenzo Grassi and Raffaela Mirandola for the paper titled Decentralized Architecture for Energy-aware Service Assembly
ECSA 2020 Best Tool Demo Award goes to: Jason Mashinchi and Javier Camara for the paper titled Voyager: Software Architecture Trade-off Explorer
The good news is that ECSA 2020 proceedings are made available free for all registered participants of both Workshops and Main conference. It is accessible from the Files -> ECSA 2020 Proceedings folder in the General channel of both ECSA 2020 - Main conference and ECSA 2020 - workshops teams.
The ECSA 2020 committee has announced the candidates for the best paper awards:
Nacha Chondamrongkul, Jing Sun and Ian Warren, Formal Software Architectural Migration Towards Emerging Architectural Styles
Mauro Caporuscio, Mirko D’Angelo, Vincenzo Grassi and Raffaela Mirandola, Decentralized Architecture for Energy-aware Service Assembly
Federico Giaimo and Christian Berger, Continuous Experimentation for Automotive Software on the Example of a Heavy Commercial Vehicle in Daily Operation
Jason Mashinchi and Javier Camara, Voyager: Software Architecture Trade-o ff Explorer
Sandro Speth, Uwe Breitenbücher and Steffen Becker, Gropius - A Tool for Managing Cross-Component Issues
Dear colleagues, software architects and all those sympathetic to the topic,
This is to inform you that ECSA 2020 will be hosted virtually from September 14-18 2020.
What I learned is that in a period of uncertainties, it is important to come out with solutions that can create certainties. While we were all hoping to welcome you to L’Aquila in September, we still do not have (and nobody has) the due guarantees about the COVID-19 situation in mid-September. After discussing this point with the ECSA 2020 Organizing Committee as well as with the ECSA Steering Committee, I inform you that ECSA 2020 will be run virtually.
We have already designed a virtual conference model that will maximize discussion, interactiveness, and will also give you some experience of the city and our culture. It will not be the same as a physical conference, still, it will provide you all with the instruments to get in contact with other researchers and will also represent a concrete link to our culture and the city.
Meanwhile, we received (so far) 98 contributions to all tracks. So, we expect a vibrant and rich program.
As already stated in my previous announcement, all accepted contributions will be published by Springer. We have already initiated the publication process, which will be completed by August 03rd.
See you all in September!
All the best,
ECSA 2020 General Chair
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|ECSA 2020 AwardsThu 17 Sep 2020|
|ECSA 2020 ProceedingsMon 14 Sep 2020|
|ECSA 2020 Awards CandidatesThu 3 Sep 2020|
|Virtual ECSA 2020Mon 6 Jul 2020|
|Statement from the ECSA CommitteeMon 8 Jun 2020|