Latin American Software Engineering Symposium


SLISW brings together the Latin American Software Engineering community in general in a forum to exchange ideas, experiences and research results among teachers, researchers, industry professionals, and students. Original contributions are sought in the broad discipline of Software Engineering, considering academic research, industrial applications and businesses that have an impact and provide learning about their development.

Topics of Interest

  • Software Acquisition
  • Industrial software engineering applications
  • Software Architecture
  • Social aspects of software engineering
  • Software quality and quality models
  • Software ecosystems and systems systems
  • Education and training in software engineering
  • Process and product evaluation
  • User experience and usability
  • Theoretical foundations and formal methods
  • Configuration management
  • Software Project Management
  • Requirements Engineering
  • Search-based software engineering
  • Software engineering for the World Wide Web
  • Experimental Software Engineering
  • Software maintenance and evolution
  • Agile Methods
  • Metrics and software measurements
  • Software Repository Mining
  • Business Process Model
  • Software Modularity
  • Software processes, methods and tools
  • Software product and process lines
  • Software reengineering
  • Software reuse
  • Verification, validation and software testing
  • Software display

Job Submission

Submissions must be made through EasyChair


  • Marco Santórum (EPN), Ecuador
  • Emilio Insfrán (UPV), España

Program Committee

#They are proposed by the Chairs

First and Last Name (First Name University)