IEEE VISSOFT 2020 Program
by David Baum
I would like to inform you about the IEEE VISSOFT conference program as it
starts next week and also has a separate session on software evolution.
Registrations are still possible!
8th IEEE Working Conference on Software Visualization (VISSOFT 2020)
September 28-29, 2020, Online
The IEEE VISSOFT 2020 Program is now available. 15 papers, One keynote
presentation, and one Most Influential Paper Award presentation.
It should be an exciting couple of days online. The conference will be held
via https://www.clowdr.org/. More information will follow soon on our website
You have to register to attend the online conference! Please refer to
https://icsme2020.github.io/registration.html for any additional details
and updates. There are discounts if you also want to participate in ICSME
and SCAM, which are co-held.
Full program: https://vissoft20.dcc.uchile.cl/program.html
# September 28
Session 1: Software Evolution
Session 2: Development Environments
Session 3: Software Metrics and Maintenance
Keynote: Tim Dwyer - Network Visualisation and Immersive Analytics
# September 29
Session 1: Human Activity
Session 2: Program Understanding
Awards and MIP Talk
Townhall Meeting (Open Steering Committee Meeting)
About IEEE VISSOFT 2020
Software visualization is a broad research area whose general goal is
to enhance and promote the theory, realization, and evaluation of
approaches to visually encode and analyze software systems, including
software development practices, evolution, structure, and software
runtime behavior. Software visualization is inherently
interdisciplinary, drawing on theories and techniques from information
visualization and computer graphics and applying these in the software
The VISSOFT conference is a venue for publishing and discussing
research related to software visualization. VISSOFT brings together a
community of researchers from software engineering, information
visualization, computer graphics, human-computer interaction, and data
science to discuss theoretical foundations, algorithms, techniques,
tools, and applications related to the visualization of software.
VISSOFT 2020, co-held with ICSME 2020, encourages a variety of
submissions that address outstanding challenges in software systems
using visualization. This includes technical papers, empirical
studies, applications, case studies, and papers that present novel
ideas and tools.
Stay safe & we hope to see you at VISSOFT 2020!
Craig Anslow (General Chair)
Andreas Schreiber and Takashi Ishio (Program Co-Chairs)
2 years, 8 months