International Software Engineering Research Network (ISERN)
ISERN is a community that believes software engineering research needs to be performed in an experimental context. By doing this we will be able to observe and experiment with the technologies in use, understand their weaknesses and strengths,tailor the technologies for the goals and characteristics of particular projects and package them together with empirically gained experience to enhance their reuse potential in future projects.
The founding ISERN members chose the Quality Improvement Paradigm as the reference model to provide a common terminology for their cooperation.
The ISERN community holds annual meetings.
The next meeting will be in Bari (Italy)
As a result of the COVID-19, ICSE has chosen to reschedule for the week of October 5, 2020. Due to the overlap among attendees of ICSE and ESEIW, the ESEIW Steering Committee is exploring other potential dates for rescheduling the 2020 Empirical Software Engineering International Week. We will communicate the updated plan within the next four weeks as we gather more information. While the paper deadline will likely be delayed, we encourage you to continue preparing your submissions while we finalize a new plan.
For the history of meetings check HISTORY.