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WICSA 5 is the premier gathering of software architecture researchers and practitioners, which will mark three important milestones:

  1. the 10th anniversary of the first International Software Architecture Workshop (ISAW-1)
  2. the 10th anniversaries of the IEEE TSE and IEEE Software special issues on software architectures
  3. the 5th gathering in the WICSA series

As such, WICSA 5 will be the appropriate venue to reflect on the achievements of the researchers and practitioners in the field of software architecture during the past decade, and to take stock of the current state of the field. By the same token, WICSA 5 will be the ideal venue for identifying and discussing the key challenges still facing software architects, and for helping to set the research agenda for our community.

WICSA 5 will include a panel of leaders in the field to discuss their views on the past, present, and future of the field. Based on the accepted working session papers and the challenges identified by the panel, a significant portion of WICSA 5 will be organized into working sessions. The results of these sessions will be prepared and presented to all attendees at the end of the conference and is intended to serve as a "call to action" to the software architecture community.


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