SPLC 2017 was successfully held in Sevilla in the last week of September 2017. You can see some pictures here. These are some highlights:
- We had three wonderful keynote speakers, you can download the slides of the presentations here: Don Batory, Jane Cleland-Huang and Marcello La Rosa
- We run 7 different tutorials and 2 workshops
- All the contributions are published in the SPLC 2017 proceedings that are available at the ACM web site in volume A and volume B.
- We gave the following awards:
- Best paper award of the technical track: Lars Luthmann, Andreas Stephan, Johannes Bürdek and Malte Lochau, Modeling and Testing Product Lines with Unbounded Parametric Real-Time Constraints
- Hitachi young best paper award – research track: Variability Mining of Technical Architectures by David Wille and co-authored with Kenny Wehling, Christoph Seidl, Martin Pluchator and Ina Schaefer
- Hitachi young best paper award – Industrial Systems and Software Product Lines track: Product Line Engineering of Monitoring Functionality in Industrial Cyber-Physical Systems: A Domain Analysis
by Aitziber Iglesias and co-authored with Hong Lu, Cristobal Arellano, Tao Yue, Shaukat Ali and Goiuria Sagardui
- Hitachi young best paper award – Data, Demonstrations and Tools track: Extending the Common Variability Language (CVL) Engine: A practical tool by José Miguel Horcas Aguilera and co-authored with Mónica Pinto and Lidia Fuentes
- Best reviewer award of the technical track: Sandro Schulze
- Also two Most Influential Paper awards were recognized for the first time to:
- David Benavides, Pablo Trinidad Martín-Arroyo, Antonio Ruiz Cortés: Automated Reasoning on Feature Models. In CAiSE 2005 (pp. 491-503). LNCS 3520, Springer, 2005.
- Krzysztof Czarnecki, Simon Helsen, and Ulrich Eisenecker: Staged Configuration using Feature Models. In Intl. on Software Product Lines 2004 (pp. 266-283).
- A special issue on software product line engineering is organized and has an open call for papers.