S3E + KKIO + WAPL Program

All times are in the Central European Summer Time (CEST, UTC+2) timezone.

September 17 (Sunday), 15:00–16:30, room 103

Session Chair: Sylwia Kopczyńska (KKIO)

15:00–15:05 KKIO Introductory words
15:05–15:30 Kamil Rybiński and Michał Śmiałek Multi-queue service for task scheduling based on data availability
15:30–15:55 Michał Wróbel, Dorota Przała and Paweł Weichbroth Exploring the Prevalence of Anti-patterns in the Application of Scrum in Software Development Organizations
15:55–16:20 Korneliusz Szymański and Mirosław Ochodek On the Applicability of the Pareto Principle to Source-Code Growth in Open Source Projects

September 18 (Monday), 09:00–11:00, room 103

Session Chair: Michał Śmiałek (KKIO)

09:00–09:35 Maciej Ziobrowski, Mirosław Ochodek, Jerzy Nawrocki, Bartosz Walter Towards reliable rule mining about code smells: The McPython approach (KKIO invited talk)
09:35–10:00 Marko Esche, Levin Ho, Martin Nischwitz and Reinhard Meyer Risk-Based Continuous Quality Control for Software in Legal Metrology
10:00–10:25 Bogumiła Hnatkowska and Piotr Zabawa A reusability-oriented use-case model specification language
10:25–10:50 Muhammad Ovais Ahmad Psychological Safety, Leadership and Non-Technical Debt in Large Scale Agile Software Development

September 18 (Monday), 14:30–16:30, room 103

Session Chair: Michał Wróbel (KKIO) and Ivan Luković (S3E+WAPL)

14:30–14:50 Anna Derezinska and Dawid Sygocki Review of Automated Code Refactoring of C# Programs
14:50–15:10 Fayona Cowperthwaite, Jennifer Horkoff and Sylwia Kopczyńska The Effects of Native Language on Requirements Quality
15:10–15:30 Anna Rosłan and Michał Śmiałek Comparative Analysis of Low-Code Computation Systems
15:30–15:35 KKIO closing words
15:35–15:40 S3E + WAPL introductory words
15:40–16:05 Łukasz Korzeniowski and Krzysztof Goczyła Discovering relationships between data in enterprise system using log analysis
16:05–16:30 Paulina Anioła, Sushant Kumar Pandey, Miroslaw Staron and Mirosław Ochodek Defect Backlog Size Prediction for Open-Source Projects with the Autoregressive Moving Average and Exponential Smoothing Models

September 18 (Monday), 17:00–18:50, room 103

Session Chair: Ivan Luković (S3E+WAPL)

17:00–17:25 Andrew Gozillon, Hossein Haeri, James Riordan and Paul Keir Compiler Support for Parallel Evaluation of C++ Constant Expressions
17:25–17:45 Petr Krajča and Radomír Škrabal Decoupling Types and Representations of Values for Runtime Optimizations
17:45–18:05 Adam Grabski and Ilona Bluemke Compilation through interpretation
18:05–18:25 Adam Bochenek Can ChatGPT Replace a Template-based Code Generator?
18:25–18:45 Nicholas Kniveton and Navid Shaghaghi Research Paper Blockchain (RPB)
18:45–18:50 S3E + WAPL closing words

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Important dates

  • Track proposal submission: November 14, 2022
  • Paper submission (no extensions): May 23, 2023
  • Position paper submission: June 7, 2023
  • Author notification: July 11, 2023
  • Final paper submission, registration: July 31, 2023
  • Discounted payment: August 18, 2023
  • Conference date: September 17⁠–⁠20, 2023

FedCSIS 2023 is organized by

Under patronage of

Warsaw University of Technology

Prof. Krzysztof Zaremba
Rector of Warsaw University of Technology