The authors or accepted papers who need a Visa to travel to Ireland should
contact Jim Buckley (Jim.Buckley@ul.ie), General Chair of WCRE’11.
- October 10, 2011: Pre-registration will be closing 10/12/2011 Wednesday evening California time. If you have missed this deadline you can register at the conference in Ireland.
- October 4, 2011: Presentation instructions are now available online.
- September 6, 2011: Registration to WCRE 2011 is now open.
- September 6, 2011: WCRE 2011 program is now available online.
- August 25, 2011: WCRE 2011 most influential paper award goes to Leon Moonen, for “Generating Robust Parsers Using Island Grammars”, a paper presented and published at WCRE 2001. Leon will reflect on the paper and its impact on the WCRE community in an invited talk at WCRE 2011.
- August 7, 2011: Notifications of research and industrial papers have been sent to the authors. This year out of 104 submissions (a new record) we accepted 27 full papers and 23 short papers. Furthermore, 5 industrial papers have been submitted out of which 3 were accepted.
- July 12, 2011: The deadline for workshop proposal submissions has been extended!
- July 4, 2011: The deadline for doctoral symposium submissions has been extended!
- June 30, 2011: Due to multiple requests we will allow updates of your submission until Sunday July 3rd, 23:59 Apia time. However, we require you to submit an instance of your paper by June 30th, Midnight Apia time.
- June 20, 2011: The submission deadline for research papers has been extended!
- March 30, 2011: Download the Call for Papers
- March 23: A special issue of the Wiley Journal of Software Maintenance and Evolution: Research and Practice will feature extended, revised versions of the best papers accepted at WCRE 2011.
- March 10, 2011: Accommodations information updated
- March 10, 2011: Travel information updated
- February 14, 2011: Submission information updated
- December 13, 2010: The WCRE’11 website launched
Limerick, Ireland – Interesting Fact
- Did you know that Limerick is the spiritual home of Irish rugby? It is here that the local team (Munster) inflicted the only ever northern-hemisphere, provincial defeat on the New Zealand All Blacks, back in 1978. A play, based on the events of the day, has even played in the west end in London: “Alone It Stands”