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Call for Speakers -SEPG-----Original Message-----
From: qai [mailto:qai@...]
Sent: Saturday, December 02, 2000 7:37 AM
Subject: Call for Speakers-SEPG Conference in India, Singapore and Thailand
Singapore Computer Society, Singapore
Institute of Systems Science, Singapore
Software Park, Thailand
Ministry of IT, Govt. of India
SPIN Networks of
Hyderabad , Bangalore,
Mumbai and New DelhiCo-sponsored byQAI
Center for Information Systems Engineering
The SEPG Conference
Call for Speakers
for the Singapore Pre-Conference Tutorials
for the Thailand Post-Conference Tutorials
"Software Excellence in the e-Economy"
Singapore Pre-Conference Tutorials: February 14 -16, 2001
Bangkok, Thailand Post-Conference Tutorials: February 26 -27, 2001
Conference at New Delhi: February 22-23, 2001
About the Conference
The SEPG Conferences in USA, Europe and India are highly popular annual offerings that bring together practitioners and thought leaders from industry, academia and government for sharing and exchanging of ideas and learning in the area of software process improvement.
The theme for the third SEPG Conference in India is "Software Excellence in the e-Economy." The new millennium brings with it the insatiable demand for customer satisfaction. Today, quality, cycle-time reduction and innovation are more important than ever before, for enhancing competitiveness and creating brand equity. Process remains the key to success - the stepping stone to a new era.
Singapore Pre-conference Tutorials: February 14 - 16, 2001
Bangkok, Thailand Post-Conference Tutorials: February 26 - 27, 2001
The Full day and half-day tutorials are specifically designed to explore topics in-depth. The other Pre-Conference tutorials venues are New Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore *.
* submissions welcome for the pre-conference tutorials for the other venues
Conference: February 22-23, 2001
Eminent experts and thought-leaders will provide the Keynote Presentations followed by an interactive Q &A session. Conference days include a full agenda of invited papers and Best Practice Sessions.
Call for Speakers
Suggested Areas for the Pre-Conference Tutorials
Submissions could relate to the following subject areas but not limited to those below.
Models and Frameworks: A basic definition of process attributes and framework that provides reference points for continuous improvement of the process or organization by reducing variation and improving productivity. (e.g. ISO 9000, CMM, CMMI, Bootstrap and Malcolm Baldridge).
Process Management: The selection, customization and deployment of processes that build and control the building of a product.
Customer / User: How companies build and strengthen partnerships, manage risks; perform JAD and prototyping; and use technology to enhance customer/user satisfaction.
Metrics and Measurement: The tools for determining how to know where your activity should be and when you are there. These include the techniques of baselining, benchmarking and statistical process control.
Management & People: Managing the I/S function, aligning the I/S with organizational vision, mission, principles, and the effective utilization of people to enhance a productive environment.
Technology: Products and services produced by a process, and the methodologies employed for those processes.
Feb 14-16, 2001
Feb 19-21, 2001
Feb 19-21, 2001
Feb 19-21, 2001
Feb 22-23, 2001
Post SEPG Conference Tutorials
Feb 26-27, 2001 Conference Advisory Board Dr. Bill Curtis - TeraQuest Metrics, USA Colin Tully - ESPI, UK George Winters - CISE, Carnegie Mellon University, USA Mark Paulk - Software Engineering Institute, USA Ron Radice - Software Technology Transition, USA Roy Ko - HK Productivity Council, Hong Kong Richard Zultner - Zultner & Co., USA Rom Hiranpruk - Software Park, Thailand Michael Song - MSPI, UK Geoff Bowker - Independent Consultant, Australia David Zhang - Xian Industrial Promotion Council, China Pankaj Jalote - IIT-Kanpur, India Tomoo Matsubara - Consultant , Japan Robert Firth - Institute of Systems Science, Singapore Yeo Lee Cheng - Singapore Computer Society, Singapore B.S.Gandhi - SPIN-Hyderabad, India Indradeb P. Pal - SPIN-Bangalore, India Navyug Mohnot - QAI, India
Invitation to be a Speaker
Opportunity for subject area experts to share their in-depth expertise with other members of their profession; these should enable participants to apply specific techniques to real-world problems.
Please submit a three-page summary of your presentation along with the
Author Intent form (available at www.qaiindia.com), and biography to:
Ajay Batra, QAI India
For submission process and dates, see below.
- Author Intent Form (with abstract & biography) Latest by December 15, 2000
- Report/final papers Latest by December 31, 2000
- Notification of selection as speaker January 15, 2001
Direct all submissions (by mail, fax or e-mail) to:
or for any further inquiry, please contact:
Quality Assurance Institute (India) Ltd.,
1013-14A, Ansal Towers, 38, Nehru Place,
New Delhi - 110 019, INDIA.
Want to be an Event Sponsor!
Opportunities available, Contact Vishal Manghani