Workshop on Digital Eco Systems: Call for Papers

This workshop brings together academics (university professors, doctoral students, and scientific staff) and industrial practitioners from different sectors, such as

  • the automotive industry,
  • the semiconductor industry,
  • software product developers,
  • solution providers,
  • manufacturing industry, and
  • infrastructure (e-mobility, telecommunications provider, data centres)

to exchange and discuss the latest synergies on digital eco-systems. We explicitly encourage participation of researchers from different communities within computer science. The workshop will be set in an informal and cooperative atmosphere with a specific format allotted to discussions.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • test process improvement
  • business drivers for software quality
  • quality attributes: functionality, interoperability, performance, security, reliability, robustness
  • quality metrics and KPIs
  • quality impact prediction
  • domain specific quality issues such as quality in automotive, electronics, semiconductors
  • agile development and quality
  • rapid value delivery
  • continuous integration and deployment
  • case studies and industrial applications
  • testing of software-enabled systems
  • configuration testing
  • testing of web-services and service compositions
  • protocol verification
  • open source software and its role in ecosystems
  • open data
  • data as a service
  • software as a service
  • heterogeneity of software licenses
  • digital platforms
  • infrastructure and tools for decision making
  • software and service architecture
  • community-driven software platforms
  • limits of automation
  • software and service engineering and the crowd
  • customer journey mapping
  • integrating and dismounting legacy
  • maturity models for digital transformation and DevOps
  • solution validating through crowd testing
  • recommendation systems and applications