November 27, 2020, Kryvyi Rih, Ukraine

CS&SE@SW 2020

3rd Workshop for Young Scientists in Computer Science & Software Engineering


Workshop for Young Scientists in Computer Science & Software Engineering (CS&SE@SW) is a peer-reviewed workshop focusing on research advances, applications of information technologies. The vision of the CS&SE@SW 2020 is provides an expert environment for young researchers, who are at the beginning of their career, to present and discuss the most recent of ideas and early results of research projects. Young researchers, who will join us to take part in discussions and/or present their papers, will be offered an opportunity to exchange and discuss their research ideas with their peers, supervisors, and senior scientists working in the fields that are within the scope of CS&SE@SW.

Previous workshops

Topics of interest

Software engineering

  • Software requirements
  • Software design
  • Software construction
  • Software testing
  • Software maintenance
  • Software configuration management
  • Software engineering management
  • Software development process
  • Software engineering models and methods
  • Software quality
  • Software engineering professional practice
  • Software engineering economics
  • Computing foundations
  • Mathematical foundations
  • Engineering foundations

Theoretical computer science

  • Data structures and algorithms
  • Theory of computation
  • Information and coding theory
  • Programming language theory
  • Formal methods

Computer systems

  • Computer architecture and computer engineering
  • Computer performance analysis
  • Concurrent, parallel and distributed systems
  • Computer networks
  • Formal methods
  • Databases

Computer applications

  • Computer graphics and visualization
  • Human–computer interaction
  • Scientific computing
  • Artificial intelligence


Authors are invited to submit full (4-8 pages excluding references and abstract) papers through the HotCRP ( by October 15, 2020.

Accepted papers will be published in the special issue of International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology:

Primary requirements

  • Submissions must be original and should not have been published previously or be under consideration for publication while being evaluated for this workshop. Submitted papers will be peer-reviewed by three reviewers on the basis of technical quality, relevance, originality, significance, and clarity. If necessary, a fourth, additional reviewer will be involved. The Program Committee will use these reviews to determine which papers will be accepted for presentation at the conference. The result of the reviewing will be announced to the submitting authors by email, along with reviewer comments, if any.
  • The submission file is in Microsoft Word document file formats.

Formatting options

Paper submission

  • In case you have never worked with the HotCRP system before, please create HotCRP account it by clicking "Create an account" link at the login form. You will be offered to enter your email and click the 'Create account' button. The instructions for signing in to HotCRP would be sent to your email. After complete registration you should sign in and complete your profile. Please list potential conflicts of interest - we use this information when assigning reviews. At the "New Submission" link of the CS&SE@SW 2020, please fill in the forms as requested by the instructions.


Submission Deadline

September 15, 2020 (hard deadline)


Notification Due

October 25, 2020


Final Submission Deadline

November 10, 2020


Registration Due

November 20, 2020


Workshop Day

November 27, 2020




Nadiia Kozachenko Kryvyi Rih State Pedagogical University, Department of Philosophy


Serhiy Semerikov Kryvyi Rih State Pedagogical University, Department of Computer Science and Applied Mathematics


Andrii Striuk Kryvyi Rih National University, Department of Simulation and Software


15:00 Arnold E. Kiv, Serhiy O. Semerikov, Vladimir N. Soloviev, Andrii M. Striuk
3rd Workshop for Young Scientists in Computer Science & Software Engineering

15:15 Oleksii R. Rudkovskyi, Galina G. Kirichek
Interaction support system of network aplications

15:30 Vladimir N. Soloviev, Andrii O. Bielinskyi, Natalia A. Kharadzjan
Coverage of the coronavirus pandemic through entropy measures

15:45 Christoph Kammerer, Micha Küstner, Michael Gaust, Pascal Starke, Roman Radtke, Alexander Jesser
Classification of motor vibration with machine learning methods and simulating the vibration using statistical models

16:00 Dmitriy Bukreiev, Pavlo Chornyi, Evgeniy Kupchak, Andrey Sender
Features of the development of an automated educational and control complex for checking the quality of students

16:15 Nikita A. Shevtsiv, Andrii M. Striuk
Cross platform development vs native development

16:30 Dmytro S. Shepiliev, Yevhenii O. Modlo, Yuliia V. Yechkalo, Viktoriia V. Tkachuk, Mykhailo M. Mintii, Iryna S. Mintii, Oksana M. Markova, Tetiana V. Selivanova, Olena M. Drashko, Olga O. Kalinichenko, Tetiana A. Vakaliuk, Viacheslav V. Osadchyi, Serhiy O. Semerikov
WebAR development tools: An overview

16:45 Pavlo V. Zahorodko, Yevhenii O. Modlo, Olga O. Kalinichenko, Tetiana V. Selivanova, Serhiy O. Semerikov
Quantum enhanced machine learning: An overview

17:00 Bohdan V. Hrebeniuk, Olena H. Rybalchenko
Development of an automated system for conducting, checking and evaluating programming competitions

17:15 Mykola V. Klymenko, Andrii M. Striuk
Development of software and hardware complex of GPS-tracking

17:30 Workshop end


Kryvyi Rih National University, 11, Vitalii Matusevich St., Kryvyi Rih, 50027, Ukraine


of the 3rd Workshop for Young Scientists in Computer Science & Software Engineering


Andrii Striuk, +380-68-9030013,