Chair Co-Chair
Oscar Schmitz

Oscar Schmitz
Oscar Schmitz
Oscar Schmitz is an Information Systems Engineer from UTN and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from UCEMA. Ontological Coach–Higher Technician (ICEBA)–Ambassador for Argentina of OpenEXO (Transformation in Exponential Organizations). He has experience in management and business related to IT, leading and developing transformational models of the organization. Strong management skills, people and result oriented coaching, change management and digital transformation. Strong knowledge of the business oriented to the improvement of added value based on technological innovation solutions. Focus on business-oriented strategy and systems. Ease to organize, direct and lead multidisciplinary teams under transformational contexts. Since 1992, he has performed functions related to the area of ​​technological innovation and business management, specializing in the financial industry, government entities and technology companies in management and board advisory positions. As of 2004, he integrates work teams of a high professional level, sharing, collaborating and debating topics of interest for the C-Level. Since 2007, he has been working as an Executive Coach Mentor in Innovation, Personal and Organizational Transformation, where he developed integration activities, improvements and professional and academic growth through the leadership and coordination of work teams made up of the first and second lines of C-Level management. Since 1998 he has been working as a graduate and postgraduate university professor. He is an active participant as a congressman, evangelist, moderator and panelist in executive meetings in Latam. His areas of interest are: Exponential Transformation (Innovation), Mentoring Executive, Digital Transformation, IT Management, IT Strategy, Change management, Business Development, Organizational Restructuring, Project Management, Cost & Benefit Business Analysis, Operational Efficiency, Leadership, Coaching, Mentoring, Information Security, BIO (Business Innovation Officer), CIO (Chief Information Officer IT), CSO (Chief Security Officer), CISO (Chief Information Security Officer).
Fernando Asteasuain

Fernando Asteasuain

Fernando Asteasuain
Fernando Asteasuain is a Doctor of Computer Science from the Universidad Nacional del Sur. His research topics have focused on Software Engineering, Formal System Verification, Early Behavior Description and Validation in Big Data Systems and Machine Learning. He has directed funded research projects, has trained human resources and the results of his research have been published in journals and conferences in his specialty


Ing. Silvana Colasurdo

Ing. Silvana Colasurdo

Manager at Penta Security Solutions. Information Systems Engineering at UTN. MBA UCEMA.
CEO with broad experience in all aspects of consulting, auditing and IT process. Direct experience with Technological risk management. Interestd in risk projects, share information and experience and grow my network.


It deals with well-defined theoretical results and empirical studies that have a potential impact on software construction, analysis or management. The scope of the articles ranges from mechanisms through the development of principles to the application of those principles to specific environments.

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Software Engineering

  • Analysis of static and/or dynamic programs
  • Architecture and software design
  • Distributed software systems and middleware
  • Education and training in software engineering
  • Emerging software engineering practices
  • Evidence-Based Software Engineering
  • Formal methods applied to software engineering
  • Human and social aspects of software engineering
  • Methods and Agile Practices
  • Mobile and embedded systems<
  • Model-Driven Software Engineering
  • Object-oriented, component-based, aspect-oriented, service-oriented software engineering<
  • Patterns and frameworks
  • Product lines software<
  • Requirements Engineering<
  • Reverse Engineering, Refactoring and Evolution
  • Service Engineering
  • Software Engineering for Robotics and Automation
  • Software configuration and deployment
  • Software development paradigms, processes, and methods
  • Software engineering, security and protection<
  • Software maintenance and evolution
  • Software project management
  • Software specification
  • Tools and environments
  • Web Engineering

Software Quality

  • Code Anomalies – Refactoring
  • Data Quality
  • Domain-specific Software Quality: mobile, web, embedded, concurrent, distributed, cloud, GUI and real-time systems
  • Internal and External Software Quality
  • Quality and Agility
  • Software Process Quality
  • Software Product Quality
  • Software Quality Metrics
  • Software Quality Models
  • Software Testing
  • Testing automation
  • Tools, Industrial Applications and Empirical Studies
  • User Experience
  • User-centered Design
  • Verification and Validation





5372 Métricas para Metodologías de Gestión de Proyectos: planificación de calidad y equipo de gestión Patricia Cristaldo, Daniela López De Luise, Lucas La Pietra, Soledad Retamar and Anabella De Battista
5507 Trends and Findings in Measuring Software Quality Metrics in the Industry Mariana Falco and Gabriela Robiolo
9434 Routine generator for the Automated Information Management System Lijandy Jiménez Armas, Diego Martin Mateos and Diego Sklar
9915 Design Thinking para el diseño de software accesible desde su concepción Claudia Ortiz, Cecilia Challiol and Walter Panessi