The Special Sessions

This year MySEC 2014 is inviting academics, researchers, and practitioners to propose special sessions in the conference. The special sessions concentrate on critical and emerging topics in software engineering, preferably of interest to a relatively large audience. If you are interested, please submit a proposal and with email Subject "MYSEC2014 Special Sessions" containing the following details by 30 April 2014:

1. Brief description of the proposed topic

2. Tentative list of the paper title

3. Expected audience

The accepted sessions :

1. Agile Symposium 2014

2. Bioinformatics Track

3. Special Session on Computer Security

4. ICTs in Education

· More will be announced after 30 April 2014

The Regular Conference Session

We welcome contributions that address any software engineering topics of interest including, but not limited to the following:

Requirements Engineering

Software Performance Engineering

Software Architecture

Software Security, Safety, and Reliability

Software Development Methods

Agile Software Development Methods

Software Testing, Verification and Validation

Software Engineering Environments and Tools

Program Analysis and Understanding

Empirical Software Engineering

Software Maintenance and Evolution

Model Driven Architectures

Software Metrics and Measurement

Service Oriented Architectures

Software Processes and Quality

Object and Component Based Software Engineering

Cloud Based Software Systems

Web-Based Software Engineering

Software Reuse

Distributed and Parallel Software Engineering

Product Line Engineering

Embedded and Real-Time Software Systems

Formal Methods

Mobile and Ubiquitous Software Systems

Agent-Based Software Engineering

Context-aware and Adaptive Software Systems

Software Project Management

Knowledge based software engineering

Standards and Legal Issues

Intelligent Software Engineering

Software Engineering Education

Software Engineering in Practice