CFP: MySEC 2012

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MySEC 2012 is the sixth regional conference dedicated to bring together researchers and practitioners from academia, industry and government to advance the state-of-the-art of software engineering research and practice. The program will provide numerous opportunities for academic and industry participants to collaborate and learn from each other. MySEC 2012 will be hosted in Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia on the December 4th and 5th 2012.

The theme of MySEC 2012 this year is “Towards a Dynamic Society through Sustainable and High Quality Software“. Sustainable software is sought by many as this can overcome the costs incur after the software is initially delivered, and most importantly to facilitate in maintaining the quality of the software once after it is implemented . In the current dynamic society software has become very demanding and necessary. Thus, MySEC 2012 provides a platform for collaborations among academia, researchers, and practitioners with the focus to increase the awareness and knowlegde in new techniques, methods and tools in software engineering. MySEC 2012 is aimed at creating a platform for fruitful interactions and discussions among academics, researchers and practitioners in their ultimate aim in producing sustainable and quality software with creative solutions for our dynamic society today.

You are invited to submit a full paper to the conference by 17 September 2012. Submission can be done through our conference management system.

After refereeing process, all accepted papers will be published in IAES (Institute of Advance Engineering & Science:,  Asia Pacific Journal of IT & Multimedia, FTSM and will be indexed in the major academic database.

Papers presenting original work in all aspects of software engineering are invited. Submission topics include, but are not limited to, the following:

Requirements engineering
Software architectures and design
Software maintenance and evolution
Software components and reuse
Software testing and analysis
Software quality
Computer supported cooperative work
Software processes and workflows
Software security, safety and reliability
Software engineering education
Theory and formal methods
Empirical software engineering and metrics
Aspect-orientation and feature interaction
Parallel and Distributed Computing
Software tools and development environments
Software policy and ethics
Programming languages
Object-oriented techniques
AI and Knowledge based software engineering
Mobile and ubiquitous computing
Embedded and real-time software
Internet and information systems development

The limit of your paper is 6 pages (extra pages will be charged). Please follow the IEEE format to prepare your paper. The format template is here. Submission can be done through ourconference management system.