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** Tracks with submission deadlines in October and November **
ICSE 2014 - 36th International Conference on Software Engineering

May 31 - June 7, 2014, Hyderabad, India

More info at:


Software Engineering in Practice
Submissions due: October 23, 2013
Track Co-Chairs: Gautam Shroff, Tata Consultancy Services, India; Arnaud
Gotlieb, Simula Research Lab, Norway, and INRIA, France
The Software Engineering in Practice (SEIP) Track is the privileged ICSE
track for researchers and practitioners to discuss innovations and
solutions to concrete software engineering problems. SEIP provides a unique
forum for exchanging new ideas, fostering long-term innovations, networking
and forging long-term collaborations for addressing the most interesting
and realistic software engineering research directions. Following a
long-term tradition, SEIP will gather highly-qualified industrial and
research participants that are eager to communicate and share common
interests in software engineering. The technical program of the track will
be composed of invited speeches, panel discussions, tutorials and
industry-strength paper presentations with high take-away value for the
software engineering practitioners.

Software Engineering Education and Training
Submissions due: October 23, 2013
Track Co-Chairs: Alessandro Garcia, PUC-Rio, Brazil; Mehdi Jazayeri,
University of Lugano, Switzerland
The Software Engineering Education and Training (SEET) Track is looking for
contributions that address new challenges and best practices in software
engineering education and training. While we welcome submissions on all
topics related to software engineering education and training, we are
particularly interested in submissions exploring recent trends in education
and training. A few examples of such trends include the innovative use of
social media for knowledge management and acquisition, the widespread
adoption of mobile devices, the online education movement, continuing
education in the face of rapid technological change, and the increasing
uptake in end user software engineering in business and the sciences. A key
concern is how these and other exciting developments will play a role in
traditional software engineering education and training programs.
Innovative approaches to other long-term challenges are also welcome.

Submissions due: October 23, 2013
Track Co-Chairs: Nenad Medvidovic, Univ. of Southern California, USA;
Sriram Rajamani, Microsoft Research, India
The ICSE Workshops provide a forum for small groups of participants (on the
order of 20-50) to discuss current topics in software engineering research
and practice. ICSE Workshops will provide opportunities for researchers to
exchange and discuss innovative scientific and engineering ideas at a stage
before they have matured to warrant conference or journal publication. They
also serve as incubators for scientific ideas or new scientific communities
that form and share a particular research agenda. ICSE Workshops may be
either one or two days long and may be held before or after the main
conference. Participation in ICSE Workshops is usually open. ICSE Workshops
frequently publish a call for papers to produce workshop proceedings to be
published in the electronic ICSE proceedings.

Tutorials and Technical Briefings
Submissions due: October 23, 2013
Track Co-Chairs: Mark Grechanik, Univ. of Illinois at Chicago, USA;
Thenalapadi S. Mohan, Infosys Technologies, India
ICSE Tutorials and Technical Briefings enable industry and academic
researchers to share their ideas and work and learn about the state of the
art and practice in Software Engineering. ICSE presents an excellent
opportunity for researchers and professional software engineers to present
their work and educate their colleagues about new technologies and methods
at the tutorials and technical briefing track. Tutorials are typically
scheduled for half-day or full day and they include comprehensive
presentations on well-established topics, which may include hands-on
exercises on using various software engineering tools. Technical briefings
are shorter than tutorials and they last 90 minutes. While tutorials go
into considerable depth, technical briefings give quick holistic overviews
of interesting emerging topics with a concentration on fundamentals and
projection about the future of these topics.

New Ideas and Emerging Results
Submissions due: November 22, 2013
Track Co-Chairs: Benoit Baudry, INRIA, France; Jane Cleland-Huang, DePaul
Univ., USA
The New Ideas and Emerging Results (NIER) Track aims to provide a forum for
innovative, thought-provoking research in software engineering, which is
not yet supported by solid results but contains a strong and well-motivated
scientific intuition.  NIER papers should expose the community to early,
yet promising and potentially inspiring, research efforts.  Papers are
expected to challenge the status quo of the software engineering
discipline, address cutting-edge software engineering challenges by
establishing new research directions, recognize unusual synergies with
other disciplines, or present provocative new ideas.  NIER also welcomes
papers that may not fit into an existing specialized conference series.

Doctoral Symposium
Submissions due: November 22, 2013
Track Co-Chairs: Shing-Chi Cheung, Hong Kong Univ. of Science and
Technology, China; Leonardo Mariani, Univ. of Milan Bicocca, Italy
The goals of the Doctoral Symposium are to provide a supportive yet
questioning setting in which Ph.D. students can present their research
proposal; to provide an opportunity for students to attend ICSE; and to
support the ICSE mission as a world-leading venue for software engineering
research. Students will be able to discuss their goals, methods, and
results at an early stage in their research. The Symposium aims to provide
students with useful guidance and feedback on various aspects of their
research from established researchers, young post-docs and the other
student attendees. It also helps participants to establish a research and
social network of their peers from around the world.

ACM Student Research Competition
Submissions due: November 22, 2013
Track Co-Chairs: Romain Robbes, Univ. of Chile, Chile; Aditya Nori,
Microsoft Research, India
ICSE will host an ACM Student Research Competition (SRC), sponsored by
Microsoft Research. This competition offers undergraduate and graduate
students a unique forum to experience the research world, present their
research results to ICSE attendees, and compete for prizes. The ACM SRC at
ICSE consists of three parts: (1) research abstract submission; (2) poster
presentation; and (3) research talk. The winners of the competition will be
invited to participate in the ACM Student Research Competition Grand
Finals. Participate in this exciting competition: Submit your work to the
ACM Student Research Competition at ICSE. Win a travel stipend to attend
the ICSE conference in Hyderabad!

Formal Demonstrations
Submissions due: November 22, 2013
Track Co-Chairs: Anita Sarma, Univ. of Nebraska  Lincoln, USA; John
Grundy, Swinburne Univ. of Technology, Australia
The objective of the ICSE Formal Demonstrations Track is to excite the
software engineering community about new advances in our field through
compelling demonstrations that help advance research and practice. The
track is a highly interactive venue where researchers and practitioners can
demonstrate their tools and data sets and discuss them with attendees.
Highlighting scientific contributions through concrete artifacts is a
critical supplement to the traditional ICSE research papers. A
demonstration provides the opportunity to communicate how the scientific
approach has been implemented or how a specific hypothesis has been
assessed, including details such as implementation and usage issues, data
models and representations, APIs for tool and data access.

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