KKIO: Practical Aspects of Software Engineering



This session commemorates and continues the 24 editions of the KKIO Software Engineering Conference organized by the Polish Information Processing Society from 1999 to 2023. After almost a quarter of century spent in the quiet harbor of Poland, KKIO finally sails into the open seas of global research. By joining SEAA, we hope to instill a new life in KKIO and internationalize its community.

From the very beginning, the focus of KKIO has been on practical aspects of software engineering, evidenced by a large share of speakers having industrial backgrounds. In the new setting, we would like to continue this tradition, inviting full research papers, short papers, and posters touching the practical aspects of software engineering as well as industrial reports and tool demo papers of practical importance.


Topics of interest include, but are not restricted to:
– Industry-grade artificial intelligence  applications for software engineering
– Automated software engineering tools and environments
– Industry reports  verifying novel software engineering concepts and approaches
– Open Science  involving various software engineering stakeholders
– Distributed and collaborative software engineering in practice
– Human and social aspects of software engineering in real-world organizations
– Fueling  innovation and creativity  in software development
– Proven techniques for knowledge management in software projects
– Practical evaluation of various architectures and models
– Mining software repositories for practical insights
– Practice-inspired improvements to programming techniques
– Real-world challenges in refactoring, reengineering and reverse engineering
– Release engineering, CI/CD, and DevOps
– Supporting requirements development and management
– Software economics on examples from the industry
– Test of time in software sustainability
– Practical insights on software project management
– Software systems analysis and design in practice
– Effective transfer of software technology to the industry
– Software testing tools and techniques

Various types of studies are welcome, including:
– survey research
– case studies
– field studies
– longitudinal studies
– action research
– controlled experiments

Track/Session Organizers

Łukasz Radliński, lukasz.radlinski@zut.edu.pl, West Pomeranian University of Technology in Szczecin, Poland
Miroslaw Staron, miroslaw.staron@chalmers.se, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
Jakub Swacha, jakub.swacha@usz.edu.pl, University of Szczecin, Poland

Program Committee