SAFECOMP aims at providing a forum for bringing academic research and industrial needs and real-world experience together. Therefore, we solicit papers from both academics and industrialists:
- Regular papers (up to 14 pages): Present recent original research results with an archival quality conference publication;
- Practical Experience Reports and Tools (up to 10 pages): Present an in-depth description of practitioner experience, a case study, a test bed or a tool, providing new insights to the community.
Papers submitted in both categories will be reviewed by at least three program committee members. They must not have been previously published or concurrently submitted elsewhere. The (extended) deadline for full paper submission is set at 9 March, 2015.
The PDF version of the Call for Papers can be downloaded here.