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CFP: Cooperative and Human Aspects of Software Engineering

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  • Adrian Howard
    After you ve all finished sending in your proposals for the Agile 08 User Experience Stage http://submissions.agile2008.org/node/58 you might be
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 15, 2008
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      After you've all finished sending in your proposals for the Agile 08
      User Experience Stage

      http://submissions.agile2008.org/node/58

      <hint>

      you might be interested in this :-)

      Begin forwarded message:
      [snip]
      > Call for Papers
      > Cooperative and Human Aspects of Software Engineering
      > - Workshop at ICSE 08
      > - Tuesday, May 13th, 2008
      >
      > http://softwareresearch.ca/seg/CHASE/
      > _____________________________________________________
      >
      > Theme
      > =====
      >
      > Software is created by people - software engineers working in varied
      > environments, under various conditions. Thus understanding the
      > cooperative and human aspects of software development is crucial to
      > understanding how methods and tools are used, and thereby improving
      > both
      > the creation and maintenance of software. Recently, a renaissance is
      > occurring in this research area, with a large amount of research being
      > published in software engineering venues as well as other research
      > discourses. Thus the time is ripe to bring together researchers to
      > share
      > knowledge, and further build the research area.
      >
      > The goal of this workshop is therefore to provide a forum for
      > discussing
      > high quality research on the cooperative and human aspects of software
      > engineering, as well as a meeting place for the nascent community that
      > is currently distributed over several research domains (e.g. HCI, SE,
      > CSCW, and IS).
      >
      > Topics of Interest
      > ==================
      >
      > include but are not limited to:
      >
      > * Software engineering as cooperative work,
      > * Social and cultural aspects of software engineering,
      > * Psychological and cognitive aspects of software engineering,
      > * Managerial and organizational aspects of software engineering
      > * Coordination of large scale software development,
      > * Cooperation between software developers and other professionals over
      > the lifetime of a system.
      > * Knowledge management in software engineering.
      >
      >
      > Submission
      > ==========
      >
      > Prospective participants are invited to submit position papers (up
      > to 4
      > pages) on a topic of relevance using the same format required for the
      > ICSE technical papers (posted at
      > http://icse08.upb.de//calls/fsguidelines.html). Please see CHASE
      > website
      > for additional submission instructions.
      >
      >
      > Important Dates
      > ===============
      >
      > * 24 January - deadline for workshop paper submission
      > * 7 February - notification of acceptance by workshop chairs
      > * 21 February - camera-ready deadline for workshop papers
      >
      > Workshop Organisers and Program Committee
      > =========================================
      >
      > * Li-Te Cheng, IBM, li-te_cheng at us.ibm.com
      > * Cleidson de Souza, UFPA, cdesouza at ufpa.br
      > * Yvonne Dittrich, IT University of Copenhagen, ydi at itu.dk
      > * Michael John, Fraunhofer, Michael.John at first.fraunhofer.de
      > * Orit Hazzan, Technion, oritha at techunix.technion.ac.il
      > * Frank Maurer, University of Calgary, frank.maurer at ucalgary.ca
      > * Helen Sharp, Open University, H.C.Sharp at open.ac.uk
      > * Janice Singer, NRC, janice.singer at nrc-cnrc.gc.ca
      > * Susan Elliot Sim, University of California Irvine, ses at
      > ics.uci.edu
      > * Jonathan Sillito, University of Calgary, sillito at ucalgary.ca
      > * Margaret-Anne Storey, University of Victoria, mastorey at uvic.ca
      > * Bjornar Tessem, University of Bergen, Bjornar.Tessem at
      > infomedia.uib.no
      > * Gina Venolia, Microsoft Research,Gina.Venolia at microsoft.com
      [snip]

      Cheers,

      Adrian
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