DETAILED PROGRAM

Wednesday, September 5th

08:00

Bus pickup at conference hotels (Hotel Dona Inês and Hotel Oslo). Be ready in the lobby. A volunteer with a QUATIC sign will come get you.

Please note that the bus cannot be kept waiting because of parking and morning traffic.

If you are staying at a different hotel, you are welcome to walk to one of the conference hotels to take the bus.

08:30

Registration

09:30 - Room Pedro Nunes (ground floor)

Welcome and opening session with Eng. A. Mira dos Santos - President of Instituto Português da Qualidade (IPQ)

10:30

coffee break

11:00 - Room Pedro Nunes (ground floor)

KEYNOTE: Experiments in SE: Promises & Perils by Prof. Natalia Juristo

12:30

Lunch - Centro Cultural D. Dinis


14:00 - Room 2.4 (first floor)

Track: Process Improvement and Assessment

  • PI: Fuzzy Artefacts: Formality of Communication in Agile Teams - Gerard Wagenaar, Sietse Overbeek and Sjaak Brinkkemper
  • PI: Yes, very small organizations in the IT sector can benefit from being recognised internationally - Philippe Lohier and Patricia Rodríguez-Dapena
  • PI: Quality evaluation of agile processes: Measurement of requirements management using AQF v2 - Noelia Pinto, Nicolás Tortosa, Blas Cabas Geat, Lucas Ibañez and Verónica Bollati

14:00 - Room 2.5 (first floor)

Track: Cloud-based Platforms and Services

  • CP: Multi-Layered Adaptation for the Failure Prevention and Recovery in Cloud Service Brokerage Platforms - Nicolas Ferry, Franck Chauvel and Brice Morin
  • CP: Using Intrusive Microservices to Enable Deep Customization of Multi-Tenant SaaS - Franck Chauvel and Arnor Solberg
  • CP: A Proposal to Orchestrate Test Cases - Boni García, Francesca Lonetti, Micael Gallego, Breno Miranda, Eduardo Jiménez, Guglielmo De Angelis, Carlos Santos and Eda Marchetti


15:30

coffee break


16:00 - Room 2.4 (first floor)

Tracks: Process Improvement and Assessment + Safety&Security

  • PI: Continuous improvement of systems in maintenance using a proactive quality management - Fabíola Venturini, Ana Cristina Fernandes Lima, Wallace Sanches de Oliveira and Simone Borges Simão Monteiro
  • PI: Extending ISO/IEC 29110 Basic Profile with Privacy-by-Design Approach - Miguel Ehécatl Morales Trujillo and Gabriel Alberto García-Mireles
  • SS: Preventing Omission of Key Evidence Fallacy in Process-based Argumentations - Faiz Ul Muram, Barbara Gallina and Laura Gomez Rodriguez

16:00 - Room 2.5 (first floor)

Track: Model-driven Engineering

  • MD: Fixing Defects in Integrity Constraints via Constraint Mutation - Robert Clarisó and Jordi Cabot
  • MD: Pinset: A DSL for Extracting Datasets from Models for Data Mining-Based Quality Analysis - Alfonso de La Vega, Pablo Sanchez and Dimitrios S. Kolovos
  • MD: Assessing UML Model Quality by Utilizing Metrics - Khanh-Hoang Doan and Martin Gogolla


17:30

Walk to Porta Férrea for University tour

18:00

Guided tour to Old Campus

19:30

Free night for dinner


Thursday, September 6th

08:00

Bus pickup at conference hotels (Hotel Dona Inês and Hotel Oslo). Be ready in the lobby. A volunteer with a QUATIC sign will come get you.

Please note that the bus cannot be kept waiting because of parking and morning traffic.

If you are staying at a different hotel, you are welcome to walk to one of the conference hotels to take the bus.

09:00 - Room Pedro Nunes (ground floor)

KEYNOTE: OutSystems Quality Made In Portugal - by Eng. Lúcio Ferrão

10:30

coffee break

11:00 - Room 2.4 (first floor)

Track: Requirements Engineering

  • RE: A Metamodel to Guide a Requirements Elicitation Process for Embedded Systems - Tarcísio Pereira, Deivson Albuquerque, Aêda Sousa, Reinaldo Silva, Fernanda Alencar and Jaelson Castro
  • RE: A Systematic Approach of Dataset definition for a Supervised Machine Learning using NFR Framework - Matheus Marinho, Danilo Arruda, Fernando Wanderley and Anthony Lins
  • RE: Gamification in Requirements Engineering: a Systematic Review - Rodrigo Cursino, Daniel Silva, Maria Lencastre, Roberta Fagundes and João Pimentel

11:00 - Room 2.5 (first floor)

Tracks: DevOps Development + Evidence-Based SE + Cloud-based Platforms and Services

  • DD: Towards a Continuous Feedback Loop for Service-oriented Environments - Martin Kleehaus, Ömer Uludag and Florian Matthes
  • DD: An Approach to Implement DevOps in Legacy Systems (WIP) - Vinicius Cruz and Adriano Albuquerque
  • ES: An Experience of Using a Lean-Agile Approach in Software Development with Databases (WIP) - Antonio Mendes, Adriano Bessa and Anderson Lima
  • CP: Extending WebDriver: A Cloud Approach (WIP) - Boni Garcia, Micael Gallego, Carlos Santos, Eduardo Jiménez and Luis Fernández


12:30

Lunch - Centro Cultural D. Dinis


14:00 - Room 2.4 (first floor)

Tracks: Requirements Engineering + Model-driven Engineering

  • RE: MobileApp Quality Features Perceived as Relevant for Trust: An Exploratory Study - Philip Lew and Luis Olsina
  • RE: How Good Are My Requirements? – A New Perspective on the Quality Measurement of Textual Requirements (WIP) - Patrick Kummler, Léa Vernisse and Hansjörg Fromm
  • RE: A Collaborative Platform for Better Managing Technical Documentation: An Analysis from a Requirements Engineering Perspective (WIP) - Pedro Cecílio and Alberto Silva
  • MD: Dealing with Design Pattern Variants in Reverse Engineering: An Exploratory Study (WIP) - Andrea De Lucia, Vincenzo Deufemia, Carmine Gravino and Michele Risi

14:00 - Room 2.5 (first floor)

Track: Big Data Systems

  • Invited, ICT COST Action IC1406 High-Performance Modelling and Simulation for Big Data Applications (cHiPSet), Ana Respício
  • BD: Ranking Machine Learning Classifiers Using Multicriteria Approach - Filipe Guedes de Oliveira Almeida, Ana Carolina Pereira Rocha Martins, Felipe de Moura Rezende Dos Santos, Ana Carla Bittencourt Reis and Maristela Holanda
  • BD: Impact of Membership and Non-membership Features on Classification Decision: An Empirical Study for Appraisal of Feature Selection Methods - Bushra Zaheer, Shahid Hussain, Sadaf Zahid and Arif Ali


15:30

coffee break


16:00 - Room 2.4 (first floor)

Track: Verification and Validation

  • VV: Using Scenario-based Reading for Testing Mobile Applications with FIT4Apps - Konstantin Holl, Simon Andre Scherr and Frank Elberzhager
  • VV: Fluent vs Basic Assertions in Java: An Empirical Study - Maurizio Leotta, Maura Cerioli, Dario Olianas and Filippo Ricca
  • VV: An Adaptive Multi-Objective Heuristic Search for Model-Based Testing - Aristides Almeida Neto and Eliane Martins

16:00 - Room 2.5 (first floor)

Tracks: Big Data Systems + DevOps Development

  • BD: A Neural-Network Driven Methodology for Anomaly Detection in Apache Spark - Ahmad Alnafessah and Giuliano Casale
  • BD: Quality of Cloud Services Determined by the Dynamic Management of Scheduling Models for Complex Heterogeneous Workloads - Damián Fernández-Cerero, Alejandro Fernández-Montes, Joanna Kołodziej and Laurent Lefevre
  • DD: Code Smells in Infrastructure as Code - Julian Schwarz, Andreas Steffens and Horst Lichter
  • BD: A Model for Metricising Privacy and Legal Compliance - Ian Oliver, Yoan Miche, Wei Ren


18:00

Walk to Museum for visit and dinner

18:30

Visit to Machado de Castro Museum

19:30

Gala dinner at Museum restaurant

22:00

Bus transfer to conference hotels


Friday, September 7th

8:00

Bus pickup at conference hotels (Hotel Dona Inês and Hotel Oslo). Be ready in the lobby. A volunteer with a QUATIC sign will come get you.

Please note that the bus cannot be kept waiting because of parking and morning traffic.

If you are staying at a different hotel, you are welcome to walk to one of the conference hotels to take the bus.

09:00 - Room Pedro Nunes (ground floor)

KEYNOTE: Multimodel Software Process Improvement - by Prof. Ana Regina Cavalcanti da Rocha

10:30

coffee break


11:00 - Room 2.4 (first floor)

Tracks: Business Processes + Process Improvement and Assessment

  • BP: Uncertainty Management for Global Software Development Teams - Marcelo Marinho, John Noll and Sarah Beecham
  • BP: Redesigning Processes for Decision-Awareness: Strategies for Integrated Modelling (WIP) - Faruk Hasić, Johannes De Smedt and Jan Vanthienen
  • PI: REACT - A Methodology for Facilitating Open-Source Software Reuse (WIP) - Alexander Lampropoulos, Apostolos Ampatzoglou, Matina Bibi, Alexander Chatzigeorgiou and Ioannis Stamelos
  • PI: A Software Development Metamodel for Compliance Checking and Monitoring (WIP) - Ulisses Telemaco, Toacy Oliveira and Glaucia Santos

11:00 - Room 2.5 (first floor)

Tracks: Verification and Validation + Industry 4.0

  • VV: Evaluating Ontology Completeness via SPARQL and Relations-between-classes based Constraints - Philippe Martin
  • VV: TASSA Methodology: End-to-end Testing of Web Service Compositions (WIP) - Denitsa Manova, Dessislava Petrova-Antonova and Sylvia Ilieva
  • VV: Automatic Test Case Generation from Usage Information (WIP) - Pedro Silva, Ana C. R. Paiva, André Restivo and Jorge E. Garcia
  • I4: Data Quality Best Practices in IoT Environments (WIP) - Ricardo Perez-Castillo, Ana G. Carretero, Moises Rodriguez, Ismael Caballero, Mario Piattini, Sunho Kim, Alejandro Mate and Dongwoo Lee


12:30 - Room Pedro Nunes (ground floor)

Closing session and presentation of the next QUATIC edition