The aim of this track is to provide researchers a forum for presenting and discussing principles, methods, notations, processes, approaches, frameworks and tools for supporting the development and evolution of high-quality Web applications in a more effective and reliable way. Model-based approaches are of particular interest for addressing complexity, scalability, and maintainability of solutions for the development of Web applications, improving communication among participants of the development teams, and supporting the development of innovative tools and process. We also solicit empirical and comparative studies applying Web engineering methods and approaches. Results analyzing why industrial applications of web application modeling and engineering are not so frequent are very welcome.

For paper categories, submission instructions and deadlines, please see the ICWE submission page.

Track Chairs
Oscar Pastor, Valencia University of Technology, Spain
Marco Winckler, University Paul Sabatier, France

Topics of interest

  • Analytical approaches for engineering Web applications
  • Conceptual modeling
  • Development processes
  • Domain-specific languages
  • Executable models
  • Federation of models
  • Experimental Web Engineering
  • Linked Data and ontologies
  • Model-based approaches
  • Design patterns, architectural patterns, and patterns mining
  • Processes and methods for engineering applications
  • Reverse engineering and re-engineering of Web applications
  • Semantic Web technologies for Web Engineering
  • Tools and frameworks to support model-based approaches
  • Web content management and evolution
  • Web service engineering and process orchestration