The 2nd International Fuzzing Workshop (FUZZING) 2023 welcomes all researchers, scientists, engineers and practitioners to present their latest research findings, empirical analyses, techniques, and applications in the area of fuzzing and software testing for automated bug finding. The workshop will be organized as Phase 1 in a 2-phase preregistration-based publication process. All research papers will be peer-reviewed on the basis of a full-length preregistered report, and acceptance will be based on (i) the significance and novelty of the hypotheses or techniques, and (ii) the soundness and reproducibility of the methodology specified to validate the claims or hypotheses – but explicitly not based on the strength of the (preliminary) results. The workshop solicits registered reports drafts. These drafts will be reviewed by the workshop PC, and accepted drafts made available to all participants. These drafts will be presented and discussed in detail at the workshop, in order for the authors to receive constructive feedback. After incorporating this feedback, the authors can submit final versions of the registered reports for review. Accepted will be invited as TOSEM Registered Papers (where we guarantee the same set of reviewers). FUZZING 2023 will include a keynote address by an eminent scientist, a technical session, and interactive discussions among researchers and practitioners.
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Call for Papers
You can expect more information about the call for papers soon.