Since its inception in 1999, the Web Systems Evolution (WSE) series of events has provided a forum for researchers and practitioners to present original work on subjects related to the disciplined evolution of large-scale Web-based systems. WSE 2011 aims to attract participants from different research communities, ranging from the software maintenance and evolution community to the Web engineering and service-oriented computing community. WSE 2011 strives to provide researchers and practitioners with a stimulating environment to discuss exciting results and exchange ideas.
It is planned that the program of WSE 2011 will include an invited talk, technical paper presentations, and a panel discussion or working session.
WSE 2011 will be held in Williamsburg, VA, USA on September 30, 2011. It will be co-located with the 27th IEEE International Conference on Software Maintenance (ICSM 2011).
The WSE General Chair and the Program Chairs are excited to announce that the Keynote Speaker for WSE 2011 will be Daniel M. Berry, Ph.D., Professor of Computer Science at University of Waterloo, Canada.
Dan will lead us in an inspiring journey through the symposium special topic "Access for All" with his talk: “Requirements for Maintaining Web Access for Hearing-Impaired Individuals: A Ten-Year Perspective”. Dan is a friend of WSE since it origins and a great scientist who will spark the Symposium with his vision and excitement for cutting-edge topics on the past and the future of accessible web systems evolution.