22nd Australasian Software Engineering Conference (ASWEC 2013)
4-7 June 2013
Swinburne University of Technology's Hawthorn Campus, Melbourne, Australia
Melbourne is pleased to welcome you for the 22nd Australasian Software Engineering Conference! ASWEC 2013 will be held at Swinburne University of Technology, Hawthorn Campus, in its first ever five star green academic building. Melbourne provides a fitting setting for this notable conference, being awarded UNESCO city of literature. Delegates will be spoilt for choice with its endless culinary offerings, sporting events, exciting night life, beautiful beaches and plenty full parks. It has something for everyone and every taste. The conference venue, Swinburne University of Technology, Hawthorn Campus, is in one of the city's most attractive suburbs. It is set amongst the many cafes, boutiques and shops of Glenferrie Road, and just 10 minutes on the train from the centre of Melbourne.
Established in 1986, ASWEC is a leading technical forum for the exchange of peer-reviewed research outcomes and industry best-practice in software engineering. It attracts a wide range of participants including software engineering researchers, practitioners and educators for across Australia, its regional neighbours, and from other international locations. The overall programme will provide numerous opportunities for academic and industry participants to interact with and learn from each other.
The full ASWEC 2013 Programme is now available on the ASWEC 2013 web site.
Programme highlights include:
- Len Bass (NICTA): Reducing IT Costs Through Supporting Operations Personnel
- Carrie Gates (CA Labs): Tech Transfer in the Trenches
- Darren Croton (Swinburne): Building synthetic universes in the "cloud": the Theoretical Astrophysical Observatory (TAO)
A panel on "Research Assessment and Australasian Software Engineering" that will discuss recent research assessment exercises in both Australia and New Zealand and their implications on the Software Engineering Community.
Most Influential Paper Award Presentation: Cyrille Artho (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)) and Armin Biere (Johannes Kepler University): Applying static analysis to large-scale, multi-threaded Java programs.
During the main conference, there will be a mix of industry and research presentations, as well as plenty of opportunity to network amongst peers.
The pre-conference program (June 4) comprises a Ph.D. student symposium as well as a number of workshops and tutorials. Please check the conference's website (http://aswec2013.ict.swin.edu.au/) for details.