The 3rd International Workshop on Software Engineering for Sensor Network Applications (SESENA) will be held in Zurich, Switzerland, 2 June 2012. Collocated with ACM/IEEE Intl. Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE).
SESENA12 aims to attract researchers belonging to both the SE and WSN communities, not only to exchange recent research results on the topic, but
also to stimulate discussion about the core open problems and to define a shared research agenda. The workshop welcomes both research contributions and position statements. The former will foster in depth technical discussions of novel results with an audience composed of both SE and WSN researchers. The latter will provide the opportunity for presenting open problems, provocative views, or previously unexplored ideas in an informal fashion. SESENA12 will also host two special sessions: (i) a “speakers’ corner” composed of impromptu presentations where attendees (including those without accepted papers) will have the opportunity to present their own views in very short segments (e.g., 2-4 minutes), and (ii) a session dedicated to the VISION project, an FP7 ERC Starting Grant focusing on developing an innovative infrastructure for real-time sensing services. In the latter session, the intermediate project results will be presented with the dual goal of sharing the uniqueness of the ERC-style grants and discussing technical elements to identify possible future collaborations.
For information, topics of interest and submission details see the workshop website
Paper submission: 17 February 2012
Author notification: 19 March 2012
Camera-ready copy: 29 March 2012