Workshop on Human Centric Software Engineering and Cyber Security (HCSE-CS)
Event submitted on Tuesday, June 16th 2020, approved by Charles Villanueva ✓
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This workshop, taking place in Melbourne, Australia, is all about “human-centric design in software engineering” so if that’s something you can relate to then get yourself to this event! We wish the organizers the best of luck.
The following description was either submitted by the Conference Organizer on Tuesday, June 16th 2020, or created by us.
Humans are a key part of software development, including customers, designers, coders, testers, and end-users. While most of the current software engineering research and practice are functions, data, or process-oriented, human-centric software engineering focuses on the human factors in engineering software systems.
The aim of this workshop is to bring together researchers and practitioners to discuss fundamentally new ways to automatically capture and use human-centric software requirements during software development and verifying that systems meet these requirements. At present, there are major issues with misaligned software applications related to human factors, such as accessibility, usability, emotions, personality, age, gender, and culture.
This workshop serves as the ideal venue to share research ideas and outcomes on requirements, theory, models, tools, and capability for next-generation human-centric software engineering aiming to achieve significant benefits of greatly improved software quality and user experience, developer productivity, and cost savings.
In addition, this workshop has a special focus on cybersecurity. The increased attention to a human-centric design in software engineering is the focus of contemporary research in cybersecurity. Particularly, the focus is shifting towards embedding human behavior and cognitive perception to ensure fully human-centric cybersecurity that not only protects humans from the harmful aftereffects of cybersecurity events but does so in unison with human thinking and behavioral patterns. In this workshop, we solicit recent research works in the field of human-centric cybersecurity engineering.