Emerging Researchers’ Forum at EASE 2018
The goal of the Emerging Researchers’ Forum (ERF) is to bring together emerging researchers in the field of empirical software engineering. The topics of interest to the ERF include all aspects of the EASE 2018 main conference. The ERF will provide a place for discussing potential and ongoing research at any stage, from ideas to results. The ERF will offer a friendly environment to allow emerging researchers to get feedback on their work, to exchange experiences, explore pathways, etc. Furthermore, the ERF will stimulate interactions between emerging researchers and experienced researchers.
Participation and submission
Participation is open to research students (undergraduate research students, Master’s students, PhD students) and those within their first two years after obtaining their PhD who would like to share research ideas and results with their peers. We invite submissions of ongoing research and research abstracts. Up to three submissions to the ERF might be invited as short papers to the EASE 2018 main conference. Furthermore, authors of these papers will be invited to present their work at the EASE 2018 main conference. Details will be posted soon.
27 June 2018
Emerging Researchers’ Forum Chair:
Matthias Galster, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand