Call for papers

Mission and Motivations

The mission of the CEE-SET (IFIP Central and Eastern European Conference on Software Engineering Techniques) series of conferences is to integrate researches and practitioners mainly from Central and Eastern European countries with the aim of building theoretical as well as empirical background for software engineering.

Goals and Topics

The conference is to be a forum for presentation and evaluation of both, currently used methods and techniques and new approaches or directions in software engineering. Main topics of the Conference will include all aspects of software development:

  • Software architectures
  • Middleware, frameworks and components
  • Software components and reuse
  • Model-driven software development
  • Software development methodologies
  • Software requirements engineering and modeling
  • Software quality
  • Software measurement and metrics
  • Software testing, analysis and verification
  • Software products and process improvement
  • Formal methods in software engineering
  • Agile software development methodologies and practices
  • Maintenance and reverse engineering
  • Methods and tools in software engineering
  • Experimentation in software engineering
  • Evidence-based software engineering
  • Software projects management
  • Building empirical models and theories in software engineering
  • Future of software engineering research and practice
  • Adaptive and self-managing software systems
  • Documentation management in software project
  • Human factors in software engineering
  • Software engineering training and education
  • Software engineering for secure and safe systems
  • Project management

Paper Submission and Publication

The proceedings of CEE-SET'07 and CEE-SET'08 have been accepted for publication as LNCS and we will do our best to arrange similar publication this year. Therefore, submitted papers must be in English and they must be prepared according to Springer's LNCS style ( They have to present original research - all submitted papers must be unpublished and not submitted for publication elsewhere. At least one author of each accepted paper must attend the conference to present the paper. Papers should be submitted electronically in the PDF format. Final papers shall not contain more than 14 pages in the format specified by Springer. Submissions that are significantly longer may be rejected immediately. All prospective authors are asked to submit an electronic copy of their manuscript according to the timetable through the following web site: Authors of best papers will be invited to submit revised and extended versions of their papers for publication in a special issues of scientific journals.

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