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GI @ ICSE 2023 CFP 13 Jan 2023 Genetic Improvement Workshop
Call for papers: The 12th International Workshop on Genetic Improvement
Deadline: January, 13 2023
The submission deadline for both position papers (2 pages)
and full (8 pages) research papers is:
13 January 2023.
Submit anonymised (double blind) PDF in IEEE conference proceedings format
Keynote: Dr. Myra B. Cohen
The invited keynote presentation will be given by Myra Cohen.
Dr. Cohen is a full professor at Iowa State University (USA), where
she holds the Lanh and Oanh Nguyen Chair in Software Engineering in
the Department of Computer Science. She is head of Iowa State's
LaVA-Ops, Laboratory for Variability-Aware Assurance and Testing of
Organic Programs. As well as genetic improvement, her research covers
software testing of highly-configurable software, SBSE, applications
of combinatorial designs (CIT), and the synergy between systems and
synthetic biology and software engineering. She has served on many
software engineering conferences, including this year as the
Technical Briefings-track chair of ICSE 2023.
Students travel awards:
We are pleased to announce that we will offer up to 5 awards
of up to $250(USD) each to partially reimburse travel costs for
students whose work is presented at the GI@ICSE 2023 workshop.
Priority will be given based on the student's need and submission
Students applying for an award should submit a first-author
regular full paper to the genetic improvement workshop.
Moreover, their supervisor should send a one-paragraph note of
recommendation to Dr. Vesna Nowack v.nowack@...
– the student's area of work.
– the supervisor's support of the student's application.
These awards are available thanks to the EPSRC grant on
"Automated Software Specialisation Using Genetic Improvement"
A) a prize will be awarded to the presenter who gives
the best presentation at the workshop.
1) a prize will be given for the best paper.
Both prizes will be awarded at the workshop which will be held in
hybrid mode both in Melbourne, Australia and virtually on the Internet
as part of the 45th International Conference on Software Engineering
Details about the Genetic Improvement workshop and be found via:
Details about ICSE 2023 can be found at the web page:
The full call for papers follows:
Genetic Improvement 2023
The 12th International Workshop on Genetic Improvement
Melbourne, Australia and online, 14--20 May 2023 (one day)
Co-located with the 45th IEEE/ACM International Conference on Software
Paper submission deadline: Friday 13 January 2023
Call for Submissions:
We invite submissions that discuss recent developments in all areas of
research on, and applications of, Genetic Improvement.
GI is the premier workshop in the field and provides an opportunity
for researchers interested in automated program repair and software
optimisation to disseminate their work, exchange ideas and discover
new research directions.
Topics of interest include both the theory and practice of
Genetic Improvement. Applications include, but are not limited to,
using GI to:
* Improve efficiency
* Decrease memory consumption
* Decrease energy consumption
* Transplant new functionality
* Specialise software
* Translate between programming languages
* Generate multiple versions of software
* Improve low level or binary code
* Improve SE documentation, specification, training and educational
tools and techniques
* Improve software engineering artifacts, e.g., documentation,
specification, training and educational tools, materials and techniques
* Repair bugs
* GI techniques in industrial settings
The keynote will be given by Dr. Myra B. Cohen head of
Iowa State's LaVA-Ops, Laboratory for Variability-Aware Assurance
and Testing of Organic Programs.
Submission: 13 Jan 2023 (Friday)
Notification: 24 Feb 2023 (Friday)
Camera-ready: 17 Mar 2023 (Friday)
Workshop: 14--20 May 2023 (one day)
Due to the continued COVID19 pandemic, as with GI 2020-22, the
workshop may be held online with recordings available on YouTube.
There will be up to five student travel awards.
Research and Position Papers:
We invite submissions of two types of paper:
* Research papers (limit eight pages)
* Position papers (limit two pages)
We encourage authors to submit early and in-progress work.
The workshop emphasises interaction and discussion.
All papers should be submitted electronically as PDFs via HotCRP
double-blind as PDFs in the ICSE conference format. All accepted
papers must be presented at GI 2023 and will appear in the ICSE
workshops volume. The official publication date of the workshop
proceedings is the date the proceedings are made available by IEEE.
This date may be up to two weeks prior to the first day of ICSE 2023.
The official publication date affects the deadline for any patent
filings related to published work.
contains GI papers, blogs, success stories, a living survey, tools,
benchmarks, people, GitHub, as well as past events, tutorials and
Vesna Nowack v.nowack@...
Markus Wagner markus.wagner@...
Gabin An agb94@...
Aymeric Blot aymeric.blot@...
Justyna Petke j.petke@...
Prof. W. B. Langdon
Department of Computer Science
University College London
Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT, UK
GI @ ICSE 2023 http://geneticimprovementofsoftware.com/
GP EM http://www.springer.com/10710
A Field Guide to Genetic Programming
GP Bibliography http://gpbib.cs.ucl.ac.uk/
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Genetic Improvement workshop is the end of next week
(Friday 13th January 2023) and that students may
apply for a strictly limited number of travel awards
via Dr. Vesna Nowack v.nowack@...
GI @ ICSE 2023 http://geneticimprovementofsoftware.com/
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