OSS 2020
13-14 МАЙ, 2020, ИННОПОЛИС, РОССИЯ
16-ая Международная Конференция по
Системам с Открытым Исходным Кодом

Пройдет в онлайн формате на платформе Zoom
(Время указано Московское (MSK))

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OSS 2020 Promo
О Конференции
В последние десятилетия разработка программного обеспечения с открытым исходным кодом (OSS) стала одним из важнейших явлений информатики и инженерии.

OSS 2020 - площадка для обсуждения теорий, практик и инструментов по разработке и применению систем OSS, с особым акцентом на двух аспектах:
(а) разработка систем с открытым исходным кодом и основные технические, социальные и экономические проблемы с этим связанные
(b) принятие решений OSS и последствия такого принятия как на государственном, так и на индивидуальном уровне.
Темы конференции включают, но не ограничиваются:
Темы конференции включают, но не ограничиваются:
  • Основы и обоснование FLOSS
  • FLOSS сообщества разработчиков
  • Инструменты и инфраструктуры для FLOSS
  • Развитие FLOSS и электронного правительства
  • FLOSS и открытые знания
  • Управление знаниями в FLOSS
  • Бизнес-модели и FLOSS
  • Влияние FLOSS на социальные сети
  • Документация FLOSS
  • Стоимостные и экономические модели FLOSS
  • FLOSS и DevOps
  • FLOSS и Agile методологии
  • Проблемы масштабируемости FLOSS
  • FLOSS образование и обучение
  • Внедрение FLOSS в компаниях и государственных администрациях
  • Эмпирический анализ FLOSS
  • Тематические исследования и эксперименты FLOSS
  • Вопросы лицензирования в FLOSS
  • Аспекты разработки программного обеспечения, человеческий фактор и другие аспекты FLOSS
Программа конференции
Среда, 13 Мая
9:30 - 10:00
9:30 - 10:00
Приветственная речь от министра Романа Шайхутдинова, ректора Александра Тормасова, организаторов программы Сергея Масягина, Джианкарло Суччи, Владимира Иванова и Артема Круглова.
10:00 - 11:00
10:00 - 11:00
Ключевой докладчик: Odysseas Pyrovolakis
11:00 - 11:30
11:00 - 11:30
Панельное обсуждение на тему "Open Source Strategies for EU Funded Projects"
Geir Horn Peter, Gorm Larsen, Alessandra Bagnato, Bastian Koller, Jesús M. Ruano-López. Модератор: Andrey Sadovykh
Перерыв
12:00 - 13:30
12:00 - 13:30
Сессионные доклады "Методология"
Перерыв на обед
14:15-15:00
14:15-15:00
Сессионные доклады "Методология"
15:00-16:00
15:00-16:00
Ключевой докладчик: Stefano Zamagni
16:00-18:00
16:00-18:00
Актуальные вопросы
Ivica Crnkovic, Manuel Mazzara, Lionel Briand, команда EdgeVision
18:00-19:00
18:00-19:00
Ключевой докладчик: Andrey Lopatenko
19:00-20:00
19:00-20:00
Панельное обсуждение на тему "The Future of Digital Software Engineering Conferences"
Carlo Ghezzi, Manuel Mazzara, Bertrand Meyer, Alexander Tormasov, Laurie William. Модератор: Tony Wasserman
Thursday, May 14
10:00-11:00
10:00-11:00
Ключевой докладчик: Mirko Boehm
11:00-12:45
11:00-12:45
Сессионные доклады "Примеры кейсов"
12:45-13:15
12:45-13:15
Актуальные вопросы
Magdalena Rzaca
Перерыв на обед
14:00-15:00
14:00-15:00
Ключевой докладчик: Amanda Brock
15:00-16:00
15:00-16:00
Сессионные доклады "Примеры кейсов"
16:00-17:00
16:00-17:00
Ключевой докладчик: Dino Maurizio
17:00-18:00
17:00-18:00
Ключевой докладчик: Vladimir Rubanov
18:00-19:00
18:00-19:00
Ключевой докладчик: Marta Piekarska-Geater
19:00
19:00
Прощальное слово и собрание IFIP WG 2.13
Ключевые докладчики
Odysseas Pyrovolakis
Руководитель проекта в отделе облачных и программных продуктов Европейской комиссии.

13 Мая,
10:00 (МСК)
Stefano Zamagni
Профессор политической экономии в Болонском университете, адъюнкт-профессор международной политической экономии в Университете Джона Хопкинса, Болонский центр
"Intrinsic motivations, tacit quality and the holacratic model of work organization"
13 Мая,
15:00 (МСК)
Andrei Lopatenko
Вице-президент по машиностроению в Zillow Group, где он руководит исследованиями разговорного Al и НЛП.
"How to build multi-billion search engines using Open Source technologies"
13 Мая,
18:00 (МСК)
Mirko Boehm
Директор в Linux System Definition for Open Invention Network
"The Economics of FOSS"
14 Мая,
10:00 (МСК)
Amanda Brock
Генеральный директор OpenUK, председатель Консультативной группы по открытым источникам и интеллектуальной собственности (IP) в Лаборатории технологических инноваций ООН, европейский представитель крупнейшего в мире пула защитных патентов, сети Open Invention и член Консультативного совета в OASIS Open Projects
14 Мая,
14:00 (МСК)
Dino Maurizio
President, Informatics without Border (Informatici senza Frontiere)
"Informatics without Borders"
14 Мая, 16:00(МСК)
Vladimir Rubanov
Главный технический директор (CTO) по разработке программного обеспечения Huawei R&D Russia
14 Мая, 17:00(МСК)
Marta Piekarska-Geater
Глава экосистемы Hyperledger, Cambridge Blockchain Society
Linux Foundation
    "How opensource enables business innovation"
    14 Мая
    18:00 (МСК)
    Панельное обсуждение
    Руководитель в European ICT Projects в Университете Осло, Норвегия
    Орхусский Университет, Дания
    Softeam (Docapost), Руководитель отдела исследований, Франция
    Менеджер в HLRS - High Performance Computing Center Stuttgart, Германия
    Ведущий исследователь по промышленной безопасности в IKERLAN, Испания
    Модератор панельного обсуждения. Университет Иннополис.
    The future of digital software engineering conferences
    13 Мая, 19:00 (МСК)
    Профессор в Carnegie Mellon Silicon Valley, США
    Профессор кафедры программной инженерии в Политехническом Университете Милана, Италия
    Заслуженный профессор в Университете штата Северная Каролина, США
    Академик, автор и консультант в области языков программирования,
    Франция
    Manuel Mazzara
    Директор института технологий и разработки ПО, Университет Иннополис
    Alexander Tormasov
    Ректор в Университете Иннополис
    Актуальные вопросы
    13 Мая
    Время указано Московское (MSK)
    Ivica Crnkovic
    Профессор в области программной инженерии, директор в Area of Advance ICT
    "AI engineering – new challenges in managing lifecycle for open AI-based software"
    16:00 (МСК)
    Manuel Mazzara
    Профессор и Директор Института разработки ПО и программной инженерии, Университет Иннополис
    "Software Release anomaly detection in DevOps environment"
    16:30 (МСК)
    Lionel C. Briand
    Заведующий кафедрой в университете Оттавы,
    Профессор и директор Лаборатории верификации и проверки программного обеспечения, Университет Люксембурга
    17:30 (МСК)
    "EdgeVision - a story of a computer vision startup based on Open Source"
    17:30(МСК)
    Yuriy Prokofyev
    Разработчик структуры программного обеспечения
    "Open Source on the Edge"
    Andrey Kireev
    Инженер-исследователь
    "How to ruin open source project on example with tensorflow-2.0"
    Maxim Sokolov
    Технический директор
    "Open source library growth on example with OpenCV"
    14 Мая
    Magdalena Rzaca
    GÉANT
    GDPR & IPR Legal Advisor
      "Data protection at the time of COVID19"
      12:45(МСК)
      Сессионные доклады
      Время указано Московское (MSK)
      Среда, 13 мая
      1 сессия. Методология
      Shokhista Ergasheva
      Artem Kruglov
      Paolo Ciancarini
      Marcello Missiroli
      Francesco Poggi
      Daniel Russo
      Nursultan Askarbekuly
      Gerta Kapllani
      Ilya Khomyakov
      Ruzilya Mirgalimova
      Alberto Sillitti
      Terhi Kilamo
      Valentina Lenarduzzi
      Jurka Rahikkala
      Tommi Mikkonen
      Daniel Atonge
      Artem Kruglov
      Giancarlo Succi
      Combining Two Modelling Approaches: GQM and KAOS in an Open Source Project
      GQM is a software metrics method that produces meaningful and appropriate measurement metrics based on the specific goals of an organisation. KAOS goal modelling is a software engineering approach that allows to identify high level goals of an organisation, refine and expand them into lower-level more concrete goals and assign them to specific system agents. The two approaches can be combined, such that the goal modelling is used to derive specific goals rooted in the organisational context, policies and strategies of an organisation. The GQM, in turn, utilises the derived specific goals to produce appropriate and meaningful metrics that can be used to obtain valuable insights and track the state and progress of the formulated goals. Moreover, both models can be presented within a single diagram, thus providing an expressive and concise overview of the systems goals, actors and measurements. The suggested combination is then applied in the context of an open source project, followed by the discussion on potential benefits and drawbacks of using the two approaches.
      Energy efficient software development process evaluation for MacOS devices
      InnoMetrics is the system that aims at collecting software development process metrics in a non-invasive way to access and optimize the development process and its efficiency. This paper demonstrates the development and analysis of energy consumption of MacOS systems based on the software process measurement data. It represents the experience of the development of MacOS system collector and Transfer, in addition to the user interface and early analysis of energy consumption metrics calculations.
      An open source environment for an agile development model
      Tools are of paramount importance in automating software engineering tasks; although the Agile Manifesto prefers "individuals and their interactions over processes and tools", agile development activities make no exception and can be automated eectively and successfully. In process frameworks like Scrum or similar ones some activities are in fact quite structured and need specic tool support. In this paper we introduce the Compositional Agile System (CAS), an environment created to support iAgile and automate some of its tasks. iAgile is a Scrum-like model designed to develop critical systems in the military domain.
      An Empirical Analysis of the Maintainability Evolution of Open Source Systems
      Maintainability is a key factor for the evolution of an open source system due to the highly distributed development teams that contribute to many projects. In the literature there are a number of different approaches that has been developed to evaluate the maintainability of a product but almost each method has been developed in an independent way without leveraging on the existing work and with almost no independent evaluation of the performance of the models. In most of the cases, the models are only validated through a limited set of projects only by the people that propose the specific approach. This paper is a first step towards a different direction focusing on the independent application of the existing models to popular open source projects.
      How the Cathedral Embraced the Bazaar, and the Bazaar Became a Cathedral
      Over the past 20 years, open source has become a widely adopted approach to develop software. Code repositories provide software to power cars, phones, and other things that are considered proprietary. In parallel, proprietary development has evolved from rigid, centralized waterfall approaches to agile, iterative development. In this paper, we share our experiences regarding this co-evolution of open and closed source from the viewpoints of tools, practices, and organizing the development work, concluding that today's bazaars and cathedrals have.much more common characteristics than those that separate them.
      The development of data collectors in open-source system for energy efficiency assessment
      The paper is devoted to the development of the data collectors for Windows OS and MacOS. The purpose of these plugins is to collect the process metrics from the user's device and send it to the back-end for further processing. The overall open source framework is aimed at energy efficiency analysis of the developing software products.
      The development presented here as a sequence of the life cycle stages, including requirements analysis, design, implementation and testing. Specifics of the implementation for each targeted operating system are given.
      2 сессия. Энергоэффективность в системах с открытым исходным кодом
      Paolo Ciancarini
      Daniel Russo
      Luigi Benedicenti
      Dragos Strugar
      Shokhista Ergasheva
      Vladimir Ivanov
      Ilya Khomyakov
      Artem Kruglov
      Giancarlo Succi
      The Strategic Technical Debt ManagementModel: an Empirical Proposal
      Increasing development complexity in software applications raises major concerns about technical debt management, also in Open Source environments. A strategic management perspective provides organizations
      with an action map to pursue business' targets, while dealing with limited resources. The aim of this article is to develop the Strategic Technical Debt Management Model (STDMM) to provide practitioners with an actionable roadmap to manage their technical debt properly, considering both socio{technical aspects. To do so we pursued a theoretical mapping, involving 124 carefully selected and well-informed domain experts of the IT financial sector.
      Emotional Contagion in Open Software Collaborations
      Emotional contagion is a mechanism by which affect experienced by one person in a group is transmitted to others in the same group. When this happens, the group dynamic is influenced. This paper provides a method to analyze an Open Software project to determine the connection between emotional contagion and software production in such an environment, if any. The project change management database is mined to extract change comments in chronological order and by user id. Sentiment analysis is employed to determine affect in the change originating from each userid. File changes are tracked to link them together in the same areas, using a temporal and file locality principle. The correlation between affect and area is then used to prove or disprove whether or not emotional contagion influences open software production. Although in this paper the proposed method is applied to only one project, the method is general and can be reused for experimental validation.
      InnoMetrics Dashboard: The design, and implementation of the Adaptable Dashboard for Energy-Efficient Applications using Open Source tools
      Increasing amount of data the organizations worldwide have at their disposal lead to the need to structure, organize and present the information obtained from it. That is because, in today's rapid-changing business environment, managers and executives need to be able to gain crucial insights about the ongoing project in as little time as possible. Recently, energy efficiency has become a greater field of research, and companies started concentrating on monitoring energy-related metrics. In addition, many of them have built their own internal tools (dashboards) to do just this. However, one of the major drawbacks of building specialized tools is the lack of adaptability. That is, they are often tailored to only one person (e.g. CEO), or a small group of them (e.g. board of directors, managers). Furthermore, the combination of metrics that is displayed to them does not change over time. This is a problem because most likely there exists a better metric combination that would allow users to get the crucial insights faster. To fill this gap, our ongoing research focuses on making the dashboards adaptable to multiple roles within the organization while optimizing for a certain goal. In some scenarios the dashboard's goal may be to detect defects, in others it may be to generate the most profit. As our primary research interest is to amplify energy efficiency, we have chosen that to be our dashboard's goal. Our previous work suggests that in order to handle compound metrics at scale it is needed to represent the dashboard as a complex system. This paper presents the design and the architecture of our proposed solution synergizing the notions from complexity theory, software architecture and user experience (UX) design.
      Четверг, 14 мая
      3 сессия. Примеры кейсов
      Maurice TchoupÉ Tchendji
      Patrik Joslin Kenfack
      Konstantin Aksyonov
      Olga Aksyonova
      Anna Antonova
      Elena Aksyonova
      Polina Ziomkovskaia
      Nikolay Harutyunyan
      Alexander Soldatov
      Gleb Balykov
      Anton Zhukov
      Evgeny Pavlov
      Elena Shapovalova
      Andrey Sadovykh
      Dragos Truscan
      Olga Nevzorova
      Alexander Kirillovich
      Damir Mukhamedshin
      Andrey Tarasiev
      Margarita Filippova
      Konstantin Aksyonov
      Olga Aksyonova
      Anna Antonova
      Development of Cloud-based Microservices to Decision Support System
      Intelligent systems of simulation become a key stage of the scheduling of companies and industries work. Most of the existing decision support systems are desktop software. Today there is a need to use durability, flexibility, availability and crossplatforming information technologies. The paper proposes the idea of working cloud based decision support system BPsim.Web and this one consists of some set of services and tools. The model of the multiagent resources conversion process is considered. The process of the simulation model developing via BPsim.Web is described. An example of the real process model is given.
      Using of Open-source Technologies for the Design and Development of a Speech Processing System Based on Stemming Methods
      This article discusses the idea of developing an intelligent and customizable automated system for real-time text and voice dialogs with the user. This system can be used for almost any subject area, for example, to create an automated robot - a call center operator or smart chat bots, assistants, and so on. This article presents the developed flexible architecture of the proposed system. The system has many independent submodules. These modules work as interacting microservices and use several speech recognition schemes, including a decision support submodule, third-party speech recognition systems and a post-processing subsystem. In this paper, the post-processing module of the recognized text is presented in detail on the example of Russian and English dictionary models. The proposed submodule also uses several processing steps, including the use of various stemming methods, the use of word stop-lists or other lexical structures, the use of stochastic keyword ranking using a weight table, etc.
      An XQuery Specification for Requests with Preferences on XML Databases
      An exact query is a query in which the user specifies precisely what to retrieve from a database (XML or relational database). For these queries only data that strictly respect all user's conditions is returned. XML documents are generally semi-structured. Due to the non-existence or lack of knowledge of the model of the document being queried, when exact queries are used, there is a high risk of obtaining an empty result (in the case of too specific queries) or too large (in the case of too vague queries). In contrast to exact queries, requests with preferences aim to return only the most relevant results in order to avoid empty or too important results as much as possible. To achieve this goal, requests with preferences generally consist of two parts: the first part is used to express strict constraints and the second part to express preferences or wishes. The satisfac- tion of both parts increases the relevance of the corresponding results. This paper presents XQuery preference, an extension of the XQuery language, that allows to express requests with preferences relating to both the values and the structure of an XML document. A representation model of such requests based on the Gener- alized Tree Pattern (GTP) model is also proposed in order to allow an evaluation of these requests through a tree pattern matching process. Integration of the pro- posed language in open source implementations of XQuery like BaseX, Berkeley DB XML, eXist-db, Galax and much more, will allow users to get much more relevant responses to their concerns.
      The Ecosystem of openKONSEQUENZ, a User-Led Open Source Foundation
      Companies without expertise in software development can opt to form consortia to develop open source software to meet their needs, as an alternative to the build-or-buy decision. Such user-led foundations are little understood, due to a limited number of published examples. In particular, almost nothing is known about the ecosystems surrounding user-led foundations. Our work seeks to address this gap, through an exploratory qualitative survey of openKONSEQUENZ, from the German energy sector. We find that the technological goals are quite homogeneous, independent of a participant's role in the ecosystem, but that economic conflicts exist between foundation members and supplier companies due to the consortium's efforts to transform the software market structure to limit dependency on specific vendors.
      .NET Runtime and Tools for Tizen Operating System
      Samsung Electronics and Microsoft Corporation have been developing open source implementation of .NET platform called .NET Core since 2016. This platform is usually used for implementation of server-side and desktop applications, and Samsung has also adopted .NET Core virtual machine and libraries for Tizen OS. This solution was integrated into various ARM CPU based devices e.g. smartwatches, TVs and other electronic devices. Tizen has always supported variety
      of languages and SDKs for developers. .NET has greatly expanded this variety by supporting new tools and new languages. This paper describes major challenges that we have encountered during integration of .NET to Tizen OS as well as optimizations, which were applied to .NET Core to make applications startup and memory consumption better on variety of devices.
      MegaM@Rt2 EU Project: Open Source Tools for Mega-Modelling at Runtime of CPSs
      In this paper, we overview our experiences of developing large set of open source tools in ECSEL JU European project called MegaM@Rt2 whose main objective is to propose a scalable model-based framework incorporating methods and tools for the continuous development and runtime support of complex software-intensive Cyber-Physical Systems (CPSs). We briefly present the MegaM@Rt2 concepts, discuss our approach for open source, enumerate tools and give an example of a tools selection for a specific industrial context. Our goal is to introduce the reader with open source tools for the model-based engineering of CPSs suitable for diverse industrial applications.
      Using FLOSS for storing, processing and linking corpus data
      Corpus data is widely used to solve different linguistic, educational and applied problems. The Tatar corpus management system (http://corpus.antat.ru) is specifically developed for Turkic languages. The functionality of our corpus management system includes a search of lexical units, morphological and lexical search, a search of syntactic units, a search of N-grams and others. The search is performed using open source tools (database management system MariaDB, Redis data store). This article describes the process of choosing FLOSS for the main components of our system and also processing a search query and building a linked open dataset based on corpus data.
      4 сессия. Примеры кейсов
      Apostolos Kritikos
      Theodoros Venetis
      Ioannis Stamelos
      Andreas Bauer
      Nikolay Harutyunyan
      Georg-Daniel Schwarz
      Vasiliy Kruglov
      Nikolay Buldakov
      Timur Khalilev
      Salvatore Distefano
      Manuel Mazzara
      An Empirical Investifation of Sentiment Analysis of the Bug Tracking process in Libre Office Open Source Software
      In this work we are studying the sentiment in Open Source Software projects and more specifically in the process of bug reporting, in an attempt to investigate the human factor, namely, the feedback from the community (end-users, developers, testers, etc.). One of the characteristics for which Open Source Software has gain attention, over the years, is the fact that it is continuously being tested and maintained by its community of volunteers. Sentiment analysis, a rapidly growing field, can enrich software evaluation with a social aspect. Results suggest that FLOSS projects' bug reports can potentially constitute a rich emotionally-imbued information source.
      Challenges of Tracking and Documenting Open Source Dependencies in Products: A Case Study
      Software vendors need to manage the dependencies of the open source components used in their products. Without this management, license compliance would be impossible, export restrictions could not be maintained, and security vulnerabilities would remain unknown to the vendor.
      The management of these dependencies has grown in an ad-hoc fashion in most companies. As such, vendors find it hard to learn from each other and improve practices.
      To address this problem, we performed exploratory single-case study research at one large established software vendor. We gathered and analyzed the key challenges of tracking and documenting open source dependencies in products. We wanted to understand whether these ad-hoc solutions could be based on a single unified conceptual model for managing dependencies.
      Our study suggests that underlying the various point solutions that we found at this vendor lies a conceptual model that we tentatively call the product (architecture) model. In future cross-vendor work, we will investigate whether this conceptual model can be expanded to become a unifying model for all open source dependency management.
      Using open source libraries in the development of control systems based on machine vision
      The paper devoted to the development of the control system for mining industry. The system is a hardware-software complex, which perform grain size analysis of crashed material in real time mode. The software part was developed using TensorFlow library. It includes image analysis module which perform automatic detection of the particals in bulked layer. With help of functionality provided by the given library the high level of adaptability for the analysis component was achieved.
      An Open Source Solution for Smart Contract-based Parking
      This paper discusses an open source solution to smart-parking in highly urbanized areas. Interviews have been conducted with domain experts, user stories defined and a system architecture has been proposed with a case study. Our solution allows independent owners of parking space to be integrated into one unified system, that facilitates the parking situation in a smart city. The utilization of such a system raises the issues of trust and transparency among several actors of the parking process. In order to tackle those, we propose a smart contract-based solution, that brings in trust by encapsulating sensitive relations and processes into transparent and distributed smart contracts.
      Комитеты
      Организационный комитет
        • Artem Kruglov, Университет Иннополис
        • Adil Adelshin, Университет Иннополис
        • Tatiana Kamaletdinova, Университет Иннополис
        Программный комитет
        • Antonios Andreatos, Hellenic Air Force Academy
        • Lefteris Angelis, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
        • Matina Bibi, Department of informatics & Telecommunications
        • Timofey Bryksin, Saint Petersburg State University
        • Javier Luis Canovas Izquierdo, IN3— UOC
        • Andrea Capiluppi, Brunel University
        • Kevin Crowston, Syracuse University
        • Minas Dasygenis, University of Western Macedonia
        • Breno de França, UNICAMP
        • Khalid Elbaamrani, ENSA of Marrakech
        • Alexander Elizarov, Kazan Federa University
        • Stefane Fermigier, Nuxeo
        • Jesus M. Gonzalez-Barahona, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos
        • Imed Hammouda, Mediterranean Institute of Technology
        • Akinori Ihara, Wakayama University
        • Vladimir Ivanov, Innopolis University
        • George Kakarontzas, University of Thessaly
        • Daniel S. Katz, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
        • Fabio Kon, University of São Paulo
        • Artem Kruglov, Innopolis University
        • Ignasi Labastida, Universitat de Barcelona
        • Filippo Lanubile, University of Bari
        • Luigi Lavazza, Università degli Studi dell'Insubria
        • Valentina Lenarduzzi, Tampere University of Technology
        • Panos Louridas, Athens University of Economics and Business and Greek Research and Technology Network
        • Bjorn Lundell, University of Skövde
        • Konstantinos Margaritis, University of Macedonia
        • Manuel Mazzara, Innopolis University
        • Dimitrios Michail, Harokopio University of Athens
        • Sandro Morasca, Università degli Studi dell'Insubria
        • Dmitry Mouromtsev, NRU ITMO, Russia
        • Dr Mohammad Ashraf Ottom, Yarmouk University
        • Nikolaos Papaspyrou, National Technical University of Athens
        • Peter Rigby, Concordia University
        • Panagiotis Rizomiliotis, Harokopio University of Athens
        • Gregorio Robles, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos
        • Alolita Sharma, AWS
        • Alberto Sillitti, Innopolis University
        • Ioannis Stamelos, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
        • Giancarlo Succi, Innopolis University
        • Konstantinos Tserpes, Harokopio University of Athens
        • Dmitry Ustalov, Yandex
        • Iraklis Varlamis, Department of Informatics and Telematics, Harokopio University of Athens
        • Costas Vassilakis, University of the Peloponnese
        • Manolis Vavalis, University of Thessaly
        • Anthony Wasserman, Carnegie Mellon University Silicon Valley
        • Jens Weber, University of Victoria
        • Stefano Zacchiroli, Université de Paris and Inria, France
        • Denis Zuev, Kazan Federal University
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        • Генеральный Председатель Alberto Sillitti
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        • Publicity Chair Vladimir Ivanov
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