Session I      
09:00 10:00 Keynote: Christian Prehofer
Feature-Oriented Programming: Back to the Future
10:00 10:30 Break
Session II      
10:30 10:55 Norbert Siegmund, Marko Rosenmueller and Sven Apel.
Automating Energy Optimization with Features 
Kulkarni, Hofer
10:55 11:20 Mario S. Torres, Leopoldo Teixeira , Elder Cirilo, Uira Kulesza , Matheus Sousa, Paulo Borba , Thais Batista , Rosana Braga , Paulo Masiero and Carlos Lucena.
Assessment of Product Derivation Tools in the Evolution of Software Product Lines: An Empirical Study
Günther, Kuhlemann
11:20 11:45 Wanja Hofer , Christoph Elsner , Frank Blendinger, Wolfgang Schröder-Preikschat and Daniel Lohmann.
Toolchain-Independent Variant Management with the Leviathan Filesystem 
Kenner, Günther
11:45 12:10 Andy Kenner, Christian Kästner , Steffen Haase and Thomas Leich.
TypeChef: Toward Type Checking #ifdef Variability in C 
Rosenmueller, Torres
12:10 12:35 Martin Kuhlemann and Martin Sturm.
Patching Product Line Programs 
Apel, Schaefer
12:35 13:50 Lunch
Session III    
13:50 14:15 Markus Voelter.
Implementing Feature Variability for Models and Code  with Projectional Language Workbenches 
Kenner, Kulkarni
14:15 14:40 Ina Schaefer and Ferruccio Damiani.
Pure Delta-oriented Programming 
Apel, Kuhlemann
14:40 15:05 Marko Rosenmueller , Norbert Siegmund and Martin Kuhlemann.
Improving Reuse of Component Families by Generating Component Hierarchies 
Voelter, Hofer
15:05 15:30 Sven Apel , Wolfgang Scholz, Christian Lengauer and Christian Kaestner.
Language-Independent Reference Checking in Software Product Lines 
Voelter, Siegmund
15:30 16:00 Break
Session IV    
16:00 16:25 Vinay Kulkarni.
Raising family is a good practice 
Rosenmueller, Torres
16:25 16:50 Sebastian Günther and Sagar Sunkle.
Dynamically Adaptable Software Product Lines Using Ruby Metaprogramming 
Schaefer, Siegmund
16:50 17:15 Discussion & Wrap-Up  
18:30   Informal Social Gathering (at The Indonesia)  
Because we received many good papers, we accepted more papers than initially planned and need to squeeze a bit timewise.  Still, our aim is to focus more on discussions in this workshop. We use 25 minutes slots per paper, and would ask you to prepare presentations of 15-17 minutes, so that we have time for discussions for each paper. Unfortunately, we are not able to provide a longer discussion session within this workshop, but we hope that you will join us for an informal gathering in a restaurant or bar in the evening.