Seminar on Advanced Tools & Techniques for Software Evolution. Organized by Kim Mens, Tom Mens and Roel Wuyts. Click here for the SATToSE website (you need to be registered for this to work)
ERCIM Evol 2007 is the third annual international workshop on software evolution organised by the ERCIM Working Group on Software Evolution. In 2007 it is held in Paris, France on 5 October 2007. Tom Mens and Kim Mens are co-organisers, and Roel Wuyts is part of the programme committee.
FAMOOSr 2007 1st Workshop on FAMIX and Moose in Reengineering, June 25, Zurich, Switzerland. Kim Mens, Tom Mens and Roel Wuyts are in the program committee.
WOOR 2007 (10th anniversary edition!): International Workshop on Object-Oriented Reengineering, Workshop at ECOOP'07, July 30th, Berlin, Germany. Kim Mens and Roel Wuyts are co-organizing this event.
The third edition of the French-speaking conference on Model-Driven Engineering takes place in Toulouse in March 2007. Kim Mens and Tom Mens are programme committee members for this event.
In March 2007, Tom Mens, Kim Mens and Roel Wuys co-organised the seminar "Advanced Topics in Software Evolution" in the context of the Graduate School in Computing Science (GRASCOMP). It attracted doctoral students from Wallonie, Flanders and France (Lille). Invited talks were given by Dr. Bart Du Bois (Antwerpen), Dr. Yann-Gael Gueheneuc (Montréal), Dr. Ragnhild Van Der Straeten (Brussels).
From December 2006 till September 2007, Tom Mens will be on a scientific mission in the University of Lille, in the laboratory of Laurence Duchien (LIFL).
Roel Wuyts is part of the Programme Committee of Ecoop 2007 (Berlin, Germany)
Tom Mens is part of the Programme Committee of IDM 2007, MoDELS 2007, ICSM 2007, ECMDA 2007, Agtive 2007.
Tom Mens is part of the Programme Committee of the following conferences in 2006:
Roel Wuyts is part of the Programme Committee of the following conferences in 2006:
The 5th edition of the BElgian-NEtherlands software eVOLution workshop (BENEVOL 2006) will take place at the Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands. The two-day workshop will be held on Monday 11 and Tuesday 12 December 2006.
The ability to reengineer object-oriented legacy systems has become a vital matter in today's software industry. Early adopters of the object-oriented programming paradigm are now facing the problem of transforming their object-oriented "legacy" systems into full-fledged frameworks. Some are even starting to face the problem of reengineering their systems from object-oriented to aspect-oriented. We claim that software evolution and reengineering are among the core issues of software engineering, including object-oriented systems. Unfortunately, their importance is not yet fully acknowledged by current research and industrial efforts.
In order to provide people working on reengineering of object-oriented software a unique opportunity to exchange ideas,
Kim Mens and Roel Wuyts co-organised, together with Yann-Gaël Guéhéneuc, Serge Demeyer and Stéphane Ducasse, the 7th international workshop on Object-Oriented Reengineering, colocated with the 20th European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming (ECOOP 2006).
Tom Mens co-organised the International Workshop on Software Evolution as part of the ERCIM Working Group on Software Evolution. This workshop took place in Lille in April 2006. Kim Mens and Roely Wuyts were among the programme committee members for this event.
Tom Mens is Programme Committee member of the following conferences in 2005:
On Thursday, January 6, 2005 we co-organized the Belgian Symposium on Software Restructuring.
On Wednesday, January 19, we organized a full-day workshop, in collaboration with our colleagues from the universities of Brussels (VUB), Ghent (UGent) and Antwerp (UA), to identify short and longer term opportunities for collaboration on research topics related to the goals of this project and the related ARRIBA project. For more information on this workshop, click here: Workshop January 2005.
Two of the three promoters of our research center on structural software improvement are involved in the organisation of International Workshop on Object-Oriented Reengineering WOOR 2005 which was held on July 26 during the 19th European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming (ECOOP 2005).
The promotors of the research center on structural software improvement will organise BENEVOL, the fourth edition of the Belgian-Netherlands Evolution workshop. The theme of this particular edition will be Software Restructuring and Evolution.