Call for Papers Here

The 2nd Africa and Middle East Conference on Software Engineering
Software Innovation for Boosting Digital Economy
August 31st - September 1st
Johannesburg, South Africa
Call for Submissions and Participation
Conference Organization
General Chair
Adrian Schofield, Joburg Centre for Software Engineering (JCSE), South Africa
Technical Chair
Prof. Barry Dwolatzky, JCSE, South Africa
Organizing Committee
Prof. Barry Dwolatzky, JCSE, South Africa
Barry Myburgh, JCSE, South Africa
Ashleigh Gormally, JCSE, South Africa
Dr. Hossam Osman, SECC/ITIDA, Egypt
Dr. Haitham Hamza, SECC/ITIDA, Egypt
Sherine Faragallah, SECC/ITIDA, Egypt
Samantha Watt, Watt Communications,
South Africa
Chris Tredger, ITWeb Africa, South Africa
Osama Gamal, SECC/ITIDA, Egypt
Conference Proceedings
Dr. Haitham Hamza, SECC/ITIDA, Egypt
Azza Kamal, SECC/ITIDA, Egypt
Enas Ashraf, SECC/ITIDA, Egypt
Africa and Middle East Conference on Software Engineering, AMECSE 2015, is the second edition of AMECSE
international conference specialized in software engineering. The conference aims at providing researchers
and practitioners an opportunity to present, and share the most recent innovations, trends, experiences and
concerns in the field of software engineering. It aims at discussing the latest software engineering practices
and technologies and how they can create sustainable results and significant momentum for development in
Africa and the Middle East.
The theme of AMECSE 2015 is Software Innovation for Boosting the Digital Economy. We solicit you
to contribute and share your work in one or more of the conference tracks. Expectations for submissions
and eligibility conditions will be further elaborated in each track’s call for submission. For the Industrial/
Technical Research papers track, prospective authors are invited to submit full and research papers of all
types of work, whether empirical, theoretical, tool-oriented, or conceptual which is NOT submitted or published or under consideration anywhere in other conferences/journals. AMECSE specifically promotes papers
addressing deployment of the latest innovations in software engineering technologies and practices as well
as work discussing policies and business models for software innovation stimulating entrepreneurship.
Four main tracks will form the second edition of AMECSE:
 Industrial Papers /Technical Research
 Formal Demonstrations
 Posters
 Tutorials
The list of topics of interest to AMECSE 2015 includes but is not restricted to, the following:
 Innovation in Software SMEs
 Software Innovation Policies
 Business Model for Emerging  Software for Smart Cities
Software Innovation Technologies  Digital Libraries and Cultural Heritage
 Software Economics
Social Computing/Analytics
 Web Entrepreneurship
 Mobile/Ubiquitous/Pervasive Soft Big Data and Open Linked Data
 Software for Internet of Things
Cloud Computing
E-health, E-Government
Future Internet
Model-Driven Engineering
Patterns and Frameworks
Software Product Lines/Reuse
Important Dates
Technical Research/Industrial Papers
May 31, 2015 Extended: June 19, 2015
Notification to author
July 10, 2015 Extended: July 15, 2015
Camera-ready and author registration
July 20, 2015 Extended: July 25, 2015
Formal Demonstrations and Posters
June 15, 2015
Notification to author
July 1, 2015
Camera-ready and author registration
July 15, 2015
May 1, 2015
Notification to author
May 15, 2015 Extended: June 22, 2015
Extended: June 15, 2015
Camera-ready and material
May 31, 2015 Extended: June 30, 2015
Submissions must be done electronically via EasyChair by the stated deadlines.
The calls for submissions, along with other details and updates will be available at: http://2015.amecse-