Foundations of Applied Software Engineering for Games workshop (FaSE4Games’24)

Co-located with ACM International Conference on the Foundations of Software Engineering (FSE’2024)

Porto de Galinhas, Brazil

July 16th, 2024


The Foundations of Applied Software Engineering for Games workshop (FaSE4Games’24) has for goal to share innovative research contributions in software-engineering methods that address the challenges currently facing game development (entertainment games, serious games, and gamified applications).


FaSE4Games workshop will gather the community (game researchers, game developers, and educators) and provide a safe space to share contributions and discuss relevant topics to the challenges of game development.


Such challenges include, but are not limited to:

  • Artificial intelligence for software engineering applied to games.
  • Testing and debugging applied to games.
  • Empirical software engineering applied to games.
  • Model-driven engineering applied to games.
  • Performance engineering applied to games.
  • Program analysis, comprehension, repair, or synthesis applied to games.
  • Requirements engineering applied to games.
  • Software architecture applied to games.
  • Software processes applied to games.


The targeted audience includes people from the international community in academia or industry with an interest in game development methods from a software engineering perspective.

The workshop will be open to anyone with related interests (i.e., not restricted to authors/co-authors), including game researchers (students and faculty), developers, and educators. As in previous editions, it will attract a cross-disciplinary, diverse community.

Workshop Format

FaSE4Games’24 is a one-day, hibrid workshop. This workshop will be interactive, encourage discussion, and appeal to participants from academia, education, and industry.

The workshop will feature two keynotes (one industry and one academia), short and long presentations with discussions, and a social event to build strong, lasting relationships among participants.

FaSE4Games’24 provides a forum to explore the challenges that crosscut the software-engineering and game-development communities. The goal of FaSE4Games is to provide a safe space for academic game researchers and commercial game developers to present, discuss, and advance the state-of-the-art relevant to the emerging and current challenges of software engineering for games.

Paper Selection

The program committee will accept four to six long papers and six to eight short papers.

The page limits are 5 to 8 pages for short and long papers, respectively. For each accepted paper, we will require at least one author to register, attend, and present.


The proceedings will appear in the ACM digital library. Consequently, at least one of the authors must register for the workshop.

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