• November 2004: Leszek Maciaszek and Lech Madeyski met together at XX Autumn Meeting of Polish Information Processing Society.
  • April 2005: The idea (i.e. novel approaches in Software Engineering combined with their evaluation) as well as the name of the ENASE workshop was coined by Lech Madeyski who also prepared the first draft of ENASE Call for Papers accepted by Leszek Maciaszek and Zbigniew Huzar. ENASE Call for Papers was later extended by Leszek Maciaszek, Lech Madeyski and ENASE PC members.
  • September 2005: Initial release of ENASE web service (with WYSIWYG content editing capabilities) was developed by Łukasz Szała and Adam Piechowiak (members of e-Informatyka team), while the web page layout was designed by Michał Piechowiak.
  • November 2005: Leszek Maciaszek took the role of the General Chair of ENASE’06. He sent close to fifty personal invitations to some foremost experts and researches in the ENASE theme to join the Programme Committee. He also approached Springer to publish the ENASE post-proceedings in the LNCS series. The decision was taken to associate the 1st ENASE with NetObjectDays NODe’2006 (Erfurt, Germany, 18-21 September 2006).
  • December 2005: OpenConf selected as the Conference Management Tool for ENASE. Peri Loucopoulos and Kalle Lyytinen took the role of PC chairs, Witold Staniszkis became the Industrial Chair, and Lech Madeyski the Publicity Chair (later Isabel Seruca joined in as the Publicity co-chair). Mieczyslaw Owoc became the fourth member of the Organizing Committee (added to the original team consisting of Zbigniew Huzar, Leszek Maciaszek and Lech Madeyski).
  • January 2006: Aksit Mehmet and Ian Gorton agreed to act as the Panels Chairs. Zbigniew Huzar, Lech Madeyski and Rainer Unland were named Proceedings Editors. Peri Loucopoulos, Kalle Lyytinen and Leszek Maciaszek undertook to act as Editors/Facilitators of Post-Workshop Publications. Five PC members and editors of journals offered the possibility of fast-tracking selected ENASE papers in their journals. “Journal of Systems and Software” agreed to run a Special Issue based on the selection of best ENASE papers. The final distribution-version of the Call for Papers completed and the publicity campaign started.

See ENASE Call for Papers in TXT as well as  PDF format.


13.00-14.30 Opening session
* conference opening and aims
* keynote – Joaquim Filipe “Multi-Agent Systems: From Research to Business Applications”

14.30-15.00 Break

15.00-16.30 Managing and assessing knowledge during software engineering
* “Effects of reducing reviewer preparation and meeting durations on software review performance: Two laboratory experiments” Lesley Land, Graham Low, Rohith Enjeti, Australia
* “5-S, an Activity Theoretic Requirements Elicitation Method for Monolithic, Multi-User, High-IQ GUI Systems” Robert Brown, Peter Hyland, Ian Piper, Australia
* “Improving Knowledge Sharing in Software Engineering” Sari Vesiluoma, Finland

16.30-16.45 Break

16.45-18.15 Panel “Architecture-based Methods Versus Agile-based Methods – Competition, Coexistence, Cooperation or Integration?”

19.30 Social event (as part of NODe’s event)

Wednesday 20 Sept.

8.30 – 10.00 Object oriented software engineering
* “Empirical evaluation of reading techniques for UML models inspection” Aleksander Jarzebowicz, Janusz Gorski, Poland
* “Formal Computation Independent Model within the MDA Life Cycle” Janis Osis, LATVIA
* “A Genetic Programming Approach to Automated Test Generation for Object Oriented Software”
Arjan Seesing, Hans-Gerhard GrosS, Netherlands

10.00-10.30 Break

10.30-12.00 Building Agility in software engineering
* “Applying Patterns of Domain Theory to Software Development Problems” Liping Zhao, Paul Verschueren, Alistair Sutcliffe, U.K.
* “Cost Modelling Agile Software Development” Maarit Laanti, Petri Kettunen, Finland
* Including the Microsoft Solution Framework as an agile method into the V-Modell XT
Marco Kuhrmann, Thomas Ternité, Germany

12.00-13.00 Luncheon

13.00-14.00 Design patterns in software engineering
* “Influence evaluation of usage of generic design patterns on chosen quality software characteristics”
Lukasz Baraniewicz, Bogumila Hnatkowska, Poland
* “An Abstraction Mechanism of Component Constraints in Dynamic Software Architecture”
Jeong Wook Bang, In-Young Ko, Jongmoon Baik, Ho-Jin Choi, Republic of Korea

14.00-14.30 Break

14.30-17.00 Advocatus Diaboli Forum – “Advocatus Diaboli Walk Through Novel Approaches to Software Engineering”

* Giuseppe Berio (University of Torino) – “Advocatus Diaboli Walk Through Model-Driven Engineering”

* Ulrich Eisenecker (Leipzig University) – “Advocatus Diaboli Walk Through Generative Programming”

* Brian Henderson-Sellers (University of Technology Sydney) with Jaelson Castro – “Advocatus Diaboli Walk Through Agent-Oriented Engineering”.

* Lech Madeyski (Wroclaw University of Technology) with Wojciech Biela (ExOrigo) – “Advocatus Diaboli Walk Through eXtreme Programming”

* Mehmet Aksit (University of Twente, The Netherlands) – “Advocatus Diaboli Walk Through Aspect-Oriented Programming”.

* Jian Yang (Macquarie University ~ Sydney) – “Advocatus Diaboli Walk Through Service-Oriented Engineering”


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