Industry Papers

The ESEM Industry Papers track features submissions that describe original, unpublished work in software engineering and software measurement, empirically observed in the industry. Papers in this track should communicate fully experienced cases and related results in the industry. Strong emphasis should be given to the industrial scenario and the description of experiences.

Important Dates

Submission July 20, 2020
Notification August 24, 2020 
Camera-ready September 7, 2020
Proceedings Ready October 8, 2020


Submissions to this track are between 6 to 10 pages, formatted according to the ACM proceedings template, and must be submitted via EasyChair by selecting the track “Industry Papers.” 

ESEM 2020 will employ a double-blind review process. Thus, regular submissions may not reveal its authors’ identities. Find detailed submission information on our page: How to Submit

Accepted Papers

  • What Makes Agile Test Artifacts Useful? An Activity-Based Quality Model from a Practitioners’ Perspective
    Jannik Fischbach, Henning Femmer, Daniel Mendez, Davide Fucci and Andreas Vogelsang
  • A Taste of the Software Industry Perception of Technical Debt and its Management in Uruguay
    Cecilia Apa, Martin Solari, Diego Vallespir and Guilherme Travassos
  • Getting Started with Chaos Engineering – design of an implementation framework in practice
    Hugo Jernberg, Per Runeson and Emelie Engstrom

Program Committee

  • Marcelo Cataldo, Google, USA (Program Co–Chairs)
  • Marcus Ciolkowski, QAware, Germany (Program Co–Chairs)
  • Breno Bernard, University of Campinas
  • Maria Cecilia Bastarrica,  Universidad de Chile
  • Austen Rainer, Queen’s University of Belfast
  • Ban Al-Ani, ADP USA
  • Christof Ebert, Vector, Germany
  • Danilo Caivano, University of Bari
  • Diego Vallespir, Universidad de la Republica Uruguay
  • Fabio Palomba, University of Salerno
  • Gleison Santos, Universidade Federal do Estado do Rio de Janeiro
  • Harald Störrle, QAware, Germany
  • Jürgen Münch, Reutlingen University
  • Liguo Huang, Southern Methodist University
  • Liliana Guzman, DSA, Germany
  • Lucas Layman, UNCW, USA
  • Marcelo de Almeida Maia, Federal University of Uberlandia
  • Marcio Barros, University of Rio
  • Martin Naedele, ABB Corporate Research 
  • Monalessa Barcellos, Federal University of Espírito Santo
  • Nauman bin Ali, Blekinge Institute of Technology
  • Norihiro Yoshida, Nagoya University
  • Ricardo Britto, Ericsson
  • Rodrigo Bonifácio, University of Brasilia
  • Sebastian Baltes, University of Adelaide
  • Mauricio Soto Gonzalez, ABB Corporate Research
  • Rafael de Mello, CEFET-RJ
  • Hajimu Iida, Nara Institute of Science and Technology