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2003 Midwest Software Engineering Conference: Call for papers, tutorials, workshops

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  • Luigi Guadagno
    2003 Midwest Software Engineering Conference The purpose of the Midwest Software Engineering Conference is to bring together practitioners, educators, and
    Message 1 of 2 , Feb 14, 2003
      2003 Midwest Software Engineering Conference
      The purpose of the Midwest Software Engineering Conference is to bring
      together practitioners, educators, and researchers in software
      engineering to present the current practices and experiences, the
      emerging technologies, and the latest research findings in software
      engineering. The objective for this conference is to provide attendees
      with topics that integrate practical experiences with current research
      and emerging trends in software productivity improvement. The
      conference will feature a number of tracks that focus on the pressing
      issues facing the software industry today. Each track will consists of
      several different components that address both the practical and the
      research aspects of the issues, including panel discussions,
      workshops, experience reports, research presentations, case studies,
      and tool demonstrations.  The featured tracks are:

      Practices of Requirements Engineering
      Implementing Software Development Processes
      Architecture-Centric Development
      Practices of Verification and Validation
      Human Computer Interfaces

      More information is available at
      http://se.cs.depaul.edu/ise/SEConference.htm

      Call for Papers, Posters, and Panel Discussions

      Submissions will be accepted in one of the forms

      full-length research papers (6-10 pages)
      experience reports or case studies (6-8 pages or a powerpoint
      presentation)
      extended abstracts (2-3 pages)
      posters (1 page abstract and a brief powerpoint presentation) 
      proposals of panel discussion (2-3 pages)

      Of special interest will be new ideas related to improving the
      practices of software engineering, and case studies discussing the
      implementation and evaluation of software engineering techniques within
      the workplace. The submitted papers, experience reports and case
      studies will be reviewed rigorously by the Program Committee. The
      accepted papers, experience reports, case studies and the abstract of
      posters will be published in the conference proceedings.

      Call for Proposals for Workshops and Tutorials
      Proposals are invited for workshops and tutorials on topics related to
      the featured tracks. The length of the tutorials and workshop should be
      half-day. Proposals should include detailed lists of topics, the
      prerequisite knowledge, and biographical sketches of the instructors.

      Call for Proposals for Tool Demonstrations  
      Proposals are invited for demonstrations of commercial or research
      tools related to the featured tracks. Proposals for tool
      demonstrations are 2-3 pages in length and should clearly indicate the
      equipment needs for the demonstrations.

      Important Dates  
      Full-length papers, experience reports and case studies due on April 7,
      2003
      Proposals for panel discussions due on April 7, 2003
      Proposals for workshops and tutorials due on April 7, 2003
      Extended abstracts and posters due on May 5, 2003
      Proposals for tool demonstrations due on May 5, 2003
      Notification of acceptance (papers, experience reports, case studies,
      panel discussions, workshops, and tutorials): May 5, 2003.
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