Artifact Papers

  • Adarsh Yoga, Santosh Nagarakatte and Aarti Gupta. Parallel Data Race Detection for Task Parallel Programs with Locks
  • Yepang Liu, Chang Xu, Shing-Chi Cheungand Valerio Terragni. Understanding and Detecting Wake Lock Misuses for Android Applications
  • Danilo Silva, Nikolaos Tsantalis and Marco Tulio Valente. Why-We-Refactor Dataset
  • Ran Wang, Daming Zou, Xinrui He, Yingfei Xiong, Lu Zhang and Gang Huang. Detecting and Fixing Precision-Specific Operations for Measuring Floating-Point Errors
  • Jianjun Huang, Xiangyu Zhang and Lin Tan. Artifact: Detecting Sensitive Data Disclosure via Bi-directional Text Correlation Analysis
  • Dirk Beyer, Matthias Dangl, Daniel Dietschand Matthias Heizmann. Correctness Witnesses: Exchanging Verification Results Between Verifiers
  • Fang-Hsiang Su, Jonathan Bell, Kenneth Harvey, Simha Sethumadhavan, Gail Kaiser and Tony Jebara. Code Relatives: Detecting Similarly Behaving Software
  • Monika Dhok and Murali Krishna Ramanathan. Artifact : Directed Test Generation to Detect Loop Inefficiencies
  • Michael Reif, Michael Eichberg, Ben Hermann, Johannes Lerch and Mira Mezini. Call Graph Construction for Java Libraries using OPAL
  • Niranjan Hasabnis and R Sekar. Artifact: Extracting Instruction Semantics Via Symbolic Execution of Code Generators
  • Quinn Hanam, Fernando Brito and Ali Mesbah. A Dataset of Bug Patterns in JavaScript
  • Yulei Sui Jingling Xue. On-Demand Strong Update Analysis via Value-Flow Refinement
  • Chungha Sung, Markus Kusano, Nishant Sinha and Chao Wang. Static DOM Event Dependency Analysis for Testing Web Applications
  • Sven Apel, Dirk Beyer, Vitaly Mordan, Vadim Mutilin, and Andreas Stahlbauer. Replication Package for On-The-Fly Decomposition of Specifications in Software Model Checking
  • Weihang Wang, Yunhui Zheng, Xinyu Xing,Yonghwi Kwon, Xiangyu Zhang and Patrick Eugster. WebRanz Artifact Evaluation
  • Zhaogui Xu, Peng Liu, Xiangyu Zhang and Baowen Xu. Python Predictive Analysis for Bug Detection
  • Zhaogui Xu, Xiangyu Zhang, Lin Chen, Kexin Pei, and Baowen Xu. Python Probabilistic Type Inference with Natural Language Support

Registration now open

Important: Please pre-register to allow us to pre-print your badge in advance.
Note that we have limited availability for on-site registrations. Register early!

We look forward to seeing you at the conference!
Registration rates and policies

Attendee information

Everything you need to know for attending FSE.


The proceedings are now in the ACM Digital Library.

Print Program (*new*)

The program part of the FSE Yearbook. The pages with attendee profiles and advertisement will only be available in the print copy that attendees will receive at the conference.

FSE Week Overview

FSE conference (November 15-17), Workshops (November 13, 14, and 18), Doctoral Symposium (November 14)

Schedule Main Conference

Check out the schedule of the main conference.

Conference Preview

Check out a preview of conference highlights.

Hotel reservations now open

The room rate is USD 189.00 / Night (Excluding Taxes & Fees). The rate is available until October 15, 2016. Consider participating in the Room Sharing program.

Important Dates


  • Research papers: March 11, 2016
  • Workshop proposals: March 25, 2016
  • Visions and Reflections papers: June 15, 2016
  • Industry papers: June 15, 2016
  • Demo papers: June 15, 2016
  • Doctoral Symposium: June 15, 2016
  • Student Research Competition: June 15 July 1, 2016
  • Workshop papers: July 1, 2016

Rebuttal Period

  • For research papers only: April 30, 2016 (Noon PDT) - May 3, 2016 (23:59:59 AOE)


  • Pre-conference Events: November 13-14, 2016
  • Doctoral Symposium: November 14, 2016
  • Main Conference: November 15-17, 2016
  • Post-conference Events: November 18, 2016