Since 2014 the workshop has been co-located with ICSE (International Conference on Software Engineering):
Chairs: Alessandra Gorla and Juan Pablo GaleottiSBST 2017, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Chairs: Juan Pablo Galeotti and Justyna PetkeSBST 2016, Austin, Texas, USA [Mirror]
Chairs: Gregory Gay and Justyna PetkeSBST 2015, Florence, Italy [Mirror]
Chairs: Gregory Gay and Guilio AntoniolSBST 2014, Hyderabad, India
Chairs: Phil McMinn and Mark Harman
From 2008–2013, the workshop was co-located with ICST (International Conference on Software Testing, Verification and Validation):
Chairs: Tanja Vos and Simon PouldingSBST 2012, Montreal, Canada
Chairs: John Clark, Kiran Lakhotia and Wasif AfzalSBST 2011, Berlin, Germany
Chairs: Myra Cohen and Andrea ArcuriSBST 2010, Paris, France [Mirror]
Chairs: Robert Feldt and Myra CohenSBST 2009, Denver, Colorado, USA
Chairs: Phil McMinn and Robert FeldtSBST 2008, Lillehammer, Norway
Chair: Phil McMinn
Following the 2014 event, it was decided that a formal steering committee would be formed, consisting of the organizing chairs from the last five years of workshops. After every workshop, the organizing chairs join or renew their position on the committee for a period of five years. The current membership is as follows:
|Juan Pablo Galeotti||Argentina||2017–2022|
|Justyna Petke (chair)||UK||2016–2021|
|Gregory Gay (deputy chair)||USA||2015–2020|
The SC chair is the previous workshop's outgoing organizing chair, replacing
the previous chair, who takes on the role of deputy — thus ensuring a smooth handover
from one year to the next. The role of the SC chair is to:
1) Help the current workshop organizing chairs with the proposal for holding the workshop at ICSE, and be the SC's voice on any guidance the organizing chairs may require, soliciting the advice of the wider SC as needed.
2) Organize the in-person SC meeting held during each workshop.
3) Initiate the nomination and approval process of organizing chairs for forthcoming workshop(s) with the deputy, discussing the options with the SC. Then, following approval from the SC, invite the person(s) concerned.