28th International Conference on
CNAM, Paris, May 31-June-2, 2017


Sponsored by AFIS (Association for Systems Engineering) the French chapter of INCOSE, co-organized by CNAM, the Génie Logiciel international quarterly, and CS Communications & Systems, the 28th edition of the ICSSEA Conference (International Conference on Software & Systems Engineering and their Applications) will be held in Paris on May 31-June 2, 2017. By gathering actors from across the enterprise and research worlds, it aims at providing a critical survey of the status of tools, methods, and processes for elaborating software & systems.



As in previous ICSSEA Conferences, any topic in connection with software engineering and systems engineering is eligible.

• Architectures: composition, orchestration, semantically-enabled SOA, ontology-based technologies…
• Artificial intelligence: its current revival in software engineering & systems engineering, its contributions to the Internet of Things
• Autonomous systems
• Big data systems: software engineering challenges of building big data systems
• Complex systems engineering
• Components & reusability
• Development methods: agile, lean, contract-oriented development, interfaces between cognitive sciences, neurosciences, knowledge management and engineering…
• Distributed computing: service-oriented computing, grid services, Web services, mobile applications…
• Embedded systems
• Evolution: adaptability, maintainability, variability, product lines engineering…
• Formal methods
• Information systems
• Internet of Things: the challenges for software and systems engineering
• Management of functional and non-functional properties: analysis & design, representation, modeling, monitoring, composition, configurability, relationship with architecture, resolution of conflicts, aspect orientation, metrics for non-functional properties, semantic issues…
• Man-system interfaces: ergonomics, interaction, cognitive engineering, virtual reality for software & systems engineering…
• Model-Based Systems Engineering and Model-Based Software Engineering
• Open source issues: architectures for seamless integration/composition, quality assurance,
• Project management: conventional methods, agile approaches…
• Quality control & assurance: quality assessment, testing, V&V, safety, security…
• Quantitative evaluations: architecture, availability, performance, quality, reliability, safety…
• Requirements engineering: elicitation, V&V, modeling, natural language approaches, use of ontologies…
• Software platforms specific of application domains
• Systems engineering and Systems of systems
• Web engineering: design, composition, control flow, user interface migration, discovery and selection of services, ontology engineering…

Original, unpublished papers are solicited. They may concern industrial implementations or experiments, describe significant results from ongoing projects, research results applicable to industrial applications, or deal with socioeconomic issues associated with software & systems engineering. Offerors may also propose tool demonstrations and posters presentations. All submissions should clearly describe the nature of the work to be presented, explain its contribution, highlight its novel features, and state precisely its current status.

All types of systems are eligible: adaptive, autonomous, context-aware, cyber-physical, distributed, embedded, grid computing, mobile, real-time, service-oriented, ubiquitous, Web-based, etc. All end-user domains and economic areas are eligible: information systems, process management, automotive, avionics, banking, defense, energy, health care, insurance, space, telecommunications, transportation, etc.



Submission and selection of proposed interventions will be conducted as follows:

  1. Submit, before April 10, 2017
    – for industrial implementations and experiments, a text of about 1000 words (about 5,000 characters, figures excluded), in English, including the title of the paper, an abstract of about 200 words, and the address, phone and fax numbers as well as the email address of the authors. If already available, a complete text (about 20,000 characters) would be welcome.
    – For applied research results, a text not exceeding the equivalent of 20,000 characters in length (with figures included), in English, including the title of the paper, a 200-500 word summary, and the address, phone and fax numbers as well as the email address of the authors.
    – For tools demonstrations and posters presentations, a text not exceeding 2 pages
  2. Full papers or extended abstracts will be reviewed by at least three independent reviewers and selected by the International Program Committee.
  3. Authors of accepted papers or extended papers will be notified by April 24, 2017 and will receive the recommendations made by the International Program Committee.
  4. Authors of accepted abstracts or full papers should provide, before May 24, 2017, a text not exceeding the equivalent of 20,000 characters in length (with figures included), in the form of a file, in Word format, attached to an electronic message. Final texts will be submitted, for final checking, to the International Program Committee and will be made available to participants during the event. A selection of the papers received will be proposed for final publication in the international quarterly “Génie Logiciel”.
  5. At least one author is required to register and attend the conference to present the paper

Submission address:


Information Form

Download (PDF, 636KB)