CSP'2017 - International Track on Collaborative Software Processes


@ 26th IEEE WETICE 2017 Conference, June 21-23,  2017, Poznan, Poland



Important Dates

- Papers submission:   March 15, 2017   (EXTENDED DEADLINE)

- Notification to authors: April 2, 2017

- Camera ready papers:    April 15, 2017

CSP Overview

Building complex and trustworthy software systems in the shortest time-to-market remains the challenging objective that competitive companies are facing constantly, and mastering the development process is a key issue towards this objective. Companies and software developers need to be able to formalize their development processes in order to analyze them, to enact them, and to assess them for quality measurement and efficiency improvement.


Modern System and Software Engineering projects are often extremely complex, involve various disciplines and teams. Such a complexity gives rise to an important need of efficient processes and tools to coordinate all stakeholders and to improve the collaboration.


CSP track aims at gathering researchers and industrial practitioners working in the field of collaborative process to exchange ideas and to present emerging new technologies and understanding in the field.

Topics of Interest

The main objective of the track CSP is discussing about the new challenges and solutions in defining, modeling and enacting collaborative processes. The track CSP 2017 especially seeks to explore how the new trends in information and computing infrastructure such as Cloud computing, Internet of Things and Big Data impact and constrain the way we design and implement collaborative processes and their supporting tools.


Hence, we invite papers presenting mature research results or work-in-progress in all areas of Collaborative Process Development, including but not limited to:

  • Software and Systems Processes for collaborative engineering
  • Collaborative Processes in non-software domains (e.g., business, health care, manufacturing, transportation, etc.)
  • Process and Workflow patterns for collaboration
  • Languages for modeling collaborative processes
  • Collaborative process enactment and simulation
  • Collaborative process evolution for supporting ad-hoc collaboration
  • Methods and Tools for managing collaborative processes
  • Quality aspects and metrics for collaborative processes
  • Empirical studies and experience reports on collaborative process deployment and application.



Track co-chairs

- Yassine Jamoussi (ENSI, RIADI, Tunisia)

- Hanh Nhi Tran (IRIT, Toulouse, France)

Program Committee

Bernard Coulette (IRIT, Toulouse, France)
- Carine Souveyet (CRI €“ Univ. Paris1-La Sorbonne, Paris France)

- Chihab Hanachi (IRIT, Toulouse, France)
- Flavio Oquendo (IRISA - Univ. Bretagne-Sud, France)

- Hanh Nhi Tran (IRIT, Toulouse, France)
- Henda Ben Ghezala (RIADI, Tunisia)
- Ismael Bouassida-Rodriguez (LAAS-CNRS, Toulouse France)
- Joel  Champeau (ENSTA, Brest, France)
 - Leon J. Osterweil (University of Massachusetts, USA)
 - Mahmoud Nassar (ENSIAS/SIME, Rabat, Maroc)
 - Mohsen Rouached (MIS, SQU, Oman)
 - Naoufel Kraiem (ENSI/RIADI Tunis, Tunisia) 
- Ove Armbrust (Intel Corp., USA)
- Reda Bendraou (Lip6, Paris, France)
-  Riadh Ben Halima (ENIS Sfax, Tunisia)
- Samba Diaw (Ecole Sup. Polytechnique, Senegal)
- Wided Chaari Lajoued (ENSI/SOIE, Tunis)
- Yassine Jamoussi (ENSI/RIADI Tunis, Tunisia)
- Youssef Ben Halima (ISAM, Tunisia)

Papers Submission

We are seeking papers of up to 6 pages, double column, including figures, tables and references, conform to the IEEE manuscript template, which is available here
The papers should present original research work related to the above-cited topics and should not be published or submitted simultaneously to other workshops, conferences, or journals. Industrial papers are welcome. Each paper will be peer-reviewed by at least three members of the CSP Program Committee. Authors of accepted papers are expected to present their papers at the conference. Accepted papers will be published and distributed at the conference. They also will be made available online, through a digital support..

Please submit your paper in PDF format via the EasyChair system:  

                                                                                                       Easy Chair


Yassine Jamoussi (co-chair of CSP@WETICE 2017)
RIADI Laboratoty/University of Tunis

Hanh Nhi Tran (co-chair of CSP@WETICE 2017)
IRIT Laboratory/University of Toulouse


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