8-10 December 2021
LASER Center, Villebrumier
We realized that Villebrumier workshops really only make sense if they are onsite – the participant interaction experience is a key part. This scheme does not prevent remote participation for a few attendees, but the core event should not take place virtually.
Second international workshop on frontiers in software engineering education
Following the success of FISEE 2019 in Villebrumier, FISEE 2021 will again be devoted to advanced topics in software engineering education.
Like other events at the LASER center, FISEE is not a traditional conference but a forum for discussion, followed by post-event publication in the LASER subseries of Springer LNCS (Lecture Notes in Computer Science).
Keynote speaker: Carlo Ghezzi
We are happy to announce that Carlo Ghezzi, Professor Emeritus at Politecnico di Milano and a pioneer of software engineering, has accepted our invitation to give a keynote at FISEE 2021.
About the workshop
The workshop will bring together classic education and fearless ideas.
We will discuss in a friendly context what education in Software Engineering needs, what should be changed and how new and traditional institutions can adapt to the fast pace of technology.
The workshop is focused on discussion and exchanges.
The post-proceedings will be published as a volume of the Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science.
Participation and submissions
All submissions will be reviewed for conformance to the aims of the workshop, but the actual refereeing process will apply to final contribution submitted after the workshop for publication in the LNCS proceedings. Authors should consult Springer’s authors’ guidelines and use their proceedings templates, either for LaTeX or for Word, for the preparation of their papers. Springer encourages authors to include their ORCIDs in their papers. In addition, the corresponding author of each paper, acting on behalf of all of the authors of that paper, must complete and sign a Consent-to-Publish form. The corresponding author signing the copyright form should match the corresponding author marked on the paper. Once the files have been sent to Springer, changes relating to the authorship of the papers cannot be made.
Program and Organization chairs
- Evgenii Bobrov (Innopolis University)
- Jean Michel Bruel (University of Toulouse)
- Alfredo Capozucca (University of Luxemburg)
- Nicolas Guelfi (University of Luxemburg)
- Manuel Mazzara (Innopolis University)
- Bertrand Meyer (Schaffhausen Institute of Technology)
- Alexandr Naumchev (Innopolis University)
- 15 September: deadline for paper submissions
- 15 October: notification of acceptance
- 20 November: deadline for registration and position papers
- 8 December (Wednesday morning): arrival date
- 9 December (full day), 10 December (full day): workshop
- 15 March: deadline for full papers for post-conference proceeedings (max 15 pages), LNCS format.
- 15 April: notification.
- 15 June: camera-ready.
- 15 September: LNCS volume published
All participants are encouraged to submit a proposal, as early as possible and at the latest on 15 September 2021. Proposals can be full papers or extended abstracts (2 to 15 pages). All submissions will be reviewed for conformance to the aims of the workshop, but the actual refereeing process will apply to final contribution submitted after the workshop for publication in the LNCS proceedings.
To submit a contribution, use the EasyChair submission page.
- New (and fearless) ideas on education
- Adjustments in teaching during pandemic: experience reports
- Models for class development
- How to design learning objectives and outcomes
- Labs and practical sessions: how to conduct them
- Curriculum Development
- Course Design
- Quality Course Assessment
- Long-life studies in education
- Empirical research in SE education
- Experiences in starting-up new educational systems
- Blended education
Publication Acceptance Criteria
We consider the following criteria when evaluating papers:
Significance: The paper’s contributions are important with respect to topics addressed by computing education, and in particular software engineering education at any level.
Novelty: The paper presents new ideas and results and places them appropriately with respect to the state-of-the-art
Evidence: The paper presents sufficient evidence supporting its claims, such as experimental results, statistical analyses, case studies, and anecdotes.
Clarity: The paper presents its contributions, methodology, and results clearly: i.e. adequate use of the English language, absence of major ambiguity, clearly readable figures and tables, and adherence to the LNCS format.
Papers will be reviewed by three PC members using a two rounds single-blind review process.
The first round may lead to either (1) reject the paper, (2) accept the paper (with minor modifications), or (3) request authors to provide a newer version of the paper (major revisions). In case of major revisions (case 3), authors are requested to provide a newer version of the paper along with a letter that explains how each concern has been addressed. Authors will have up to one month to submit the new (and final) version of the paper along the letter. The day after the letter and the newer version of the paper are submitted, the second round review is started. For the second round, reviewers will have 10 working days to review the latest submitted version. After that, the final decision is made based on reviewers’ scores. In case conflicts persist, the final decision is made by the chairs.
- Yamine Ait-Ameur, INP-ENSEEIHT, France
- Hamna Aslam, Innopolis University, Russia
- Jean Botev, University of Luxembourg
- Maximiliano Cristiá, National University of Rosario, Argentina
- Salvatore Distefano, University of Messina, Italy
- Carlo Alberto Furia, Università della Svizzera Italiana, Switzerland
- Mohamad Kassab, Pennsylvania State University, USA
- Jörg Kienzle, McGill University, Canada
- Henry Muccini, University of L’Aquila, Italy
- Gail Murphy, University of British Columbia, Canada
- Cecile Peraire, Carnegie Mellon University Silicon Valley, USA
- Benoit Ries, University of Luxembourg
- Andrey Sadovykh, Innopolis University, Russia
The workshop will be held in Villebrumier near Toulouse in Southwest France, a conference center devoted to meetings on new technologies. Villebrumier is easily reachable from Toulouse International Airport (40 km) or Montauban train station (15 km, 4 hours from Paris via high-speed trains). Participants will be hosted (single or double room) on site or in a nearby hotel.
The program will include social events and an excursion, giving the participants the opportunity to discover a beautiful region — including, just across the Tarn river from Villebrumier, one of the oldest wine-growing areas of Europe: Fronton, with its unique Négrette grapes.
To ensure the quality of interactions, the number of participants on-site is limited to 20, on a first-applied, first-registered basis.
The participants will be hosted at Villebrumier. As there are a limited number of rooms, single and double rooms will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis. We offer one convenient package including accommodation and meals.
|EUR 590 to 620||Early bird fee: 590 EUR (up to two weeks before)|
Late registration: 620 EUR (starting from 2 weeks before)
Single or double room for 3 nights (Wednesday to Saturday), 3 breakfasts, 5 breaks, 3 lunches, 3 dinners
|EUR 920 to 980||Special price for both FISEE and RISE|
Early bird fee: 920 EUR (up to two weeks before)
Late registration: 980 EUR (starting from 2 weeks before)
Single or double room for 6 nights (Sunday to Saturday), 6 breakfasts, 10 breaks, 5 lunches, 6 dinners and a light lunch on Saturday before departure
Transportation from Toulouse airport will be provided at a cost of EUR 20 in cash. Pick up will be on 8 December 2021 at 6:30 PM. Transportation back to Toulouse airport will be provided at a cost of EUR 20 in cash. The shuttle will leave from Villebrumier on 11 December at 2 PM.
Registration link will appear soon.