SS33: Systems, Web & Software Engineering


Paper should clearly describe new and carefully confirmed results and experimental procedure which should be given in required details for others to verify the work. The Paper can be up to 8 pages excluding references and abstract. For proper referring and fast publication all manuscript should be grammatically correct.

iC3I takes plagiarism very seriously and regard plagiarism as a professional misconduct. Papers will be screened for plagiarism and when identified the paper will be rejected. In addition all authors of the paper will be denied to the conference and other papers by these author(s) will also be rejected. When paper accepted, iC3I don't encourage with-drawals meaning it should not be submitted with the intention to get the reviews by the TPC.

  • Agent-based software development
  • Architecture, design and frameworks
  • Aspect-oriented software development
  • Compiler Design
  • Component-based software engineering
  • Computer System and Modeling
  • Dependable Systems Design
  • Experimental software engineering
  • Generative or transformation-based development
  • Knowledge-based software engineering
  • Methods of software analysis and design
  • Model Driven Software Engineering
  • Modelling and enactment of software processes, rigorous and agile
  • Open Source Software
  • Operating System
  • Parallel and Distributed Computing
  • Programming Languages
  • Project Management and Web Software Engineering
  • Requirements engineering
  • Social and ethical aspects of software engineering
  • Software Architectures
  • Software Dependability Evaluation
  • Software Design Patterns
  • Software Development Tools
  • Software Economic
  • Software engineering ontologies
  • Software engineering supported by multi and hypermedia
  • Software metrics
  • Software Modularity and Reuse
  • Software project management
  • Software Quality Assurance
  • Software Reliability
  • Software Reuse
  • Software Reverse Engineering
  • Software safety, security, privacy and risks
  • Software Testing and Tools
  • Software Verification and Validation Techniques
  • System Software
  • Testing Methods for Web Applications
  • Theoretical foundations of software engineering
  • Tools and software engineering environments
  • User Interface Issues for Web Applications
  • VLSI and Embedded Systems
  • Web Application Configuration
  • Web Application Effort Estimation
  • Web Application Programming
  • Web Application Requirements
  • Web Software Development Methodologies

Papers from other topics relevant to Session on Future Trend In IoT Technologies are also welcome.


Paper Submission Format: www.iC3I 2019.org/submissions.html