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               Second Call For Papers and Participation

        26th International Conference on Software Engineering

                              ICSE 2004
                         May 23rd - 28th 2004
                       Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
               http://conferences.iee.org.uk/ICSE2004/

     *** TECHNICAL PAPER SUBMISSIONS CLOSE ON 22ND SEPTEMBER ***

        *** PROPOSAL SUBMISSIONS OPEN FROM 27TH SEPTEMBER ***
                         UNTIL 27TH OCTOBER


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Keynote Speakers:

Richard Stallman -
Founder of the GNU project and 'Father' of the free software
movement.

Janet Thornton -
Director of the European Bioinformatics Institute (EBI).

Karl Lieberherr -
Distinguished pioneer of Software Component research.

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    * Overview
    * Program
    * Submissions
    * Submission Dates
    * Organising Committee Chairs

OVERVIEW

icse is the premier software engineering conference, providing a
forum for researchers, practitioners and educators to present and
discuss the most recent innovations, trends, experiences and concerns
in the field of software engineering. icse 2004 will include keynote
talks by leaders in the field, presentations of refereed technical
papers on leading-edge research, tutorials by technology experts,
workshops on new and important emerging topics, demonstrations of
significant research prototypes, a doctoral symposium for PhD students
and a variety of other events. the organisers will also consider
proposals for other kinds of events appropriate to the icse
conference.

And as always, a major part of icse 2004 will be the opportunity for
networking, facilitated by an array of social events during the
conference.

In 2004, the ancient Scottish city of Edinburgh will host the ICSE
conference. With the conference
hotels and venue all within easy reach of the Castle, Royal Mile and
medieval old town, ICSE 2004
promises to be to be a highly enjoyable as well as stimulating event.

PROGRAM

- Presentations of Technical Papers - describing innovative and
significant work in the research and practice of software engineering.
Technical papers report on a range of topics relevant to the software
engineering community, including software engineering principles,
theories, techniques, tools, and empirical evaluations.

- Doctoral Symposium -  A forum for Ph.D. students to discuss their
research goals, methods and results at an early stage in their
research.

- Formal Research Demonstrations - An opportunity to view research
systems in action and to discuss these systems with their creators.

- Informal Demonstrations and Posters - A complement to the main
program presenting late-breaking research results and significant
work-in-progress.

- Tutorials - Opportunities to gain new insights, knowledge, and
skills in a broad range of areas of software engineering.

- Workshops - Fora for the exchange of opinions on topics in
research and/or applications.

SUBMISSIONS

We want your participation in icse 2004! Write a paper, organise a
workshop, present a tutorial, submit
to the doctoral symposium, take the chance to showcase your new
technology. icse 2004 is the venue for
software engineering!

- Write a Technical Paper - we are looking for presentations of
refereed technical papers on leading
research and presentations of experience at the cutting edge of
practice.

- Submit a proposal for icse 2004 - if you want to do it, we want to
hear about it:
  Tutorials by technology experts
  Workshops on new and important emerging topics
  Formal demonstrations of significant research prototypes
  Doctoral symposium for PhD students
  Posters and informal demonstrations
  Plus any other proposals within the remit and dignity of the event!

SUBMISSION DATES

- September 22 2003: Technical Papers describing Research and
Experience

- October 27 2003: Proposals for Workshops, Tutorials, Formal
Research Demonstrations, Doctoral Symposium
submissions and other events and activities.

- March 8 2004: Submissions for Workshops, Informal Research
Demonstrations and Posters

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               http://conferences.iee.org.uk/ICSE2004/
      and click on 'Call for Participation' for full information
      about how you can participate in, or submit to ICSE 2004.

                All other important dates also online.

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ORGANISING COMMITTEE CHAIRS

- General Chair
  Anthony Finkelstein
  University College London
  http://www.cs.ucl.ac.uk/staff/A.Finkelstein/
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- Program Co-Chairs
  Jacky Estublier
  Universite Grenoble
  http://www-adele.imag.fr/Les.Personnes/Jacky.Estublier/
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  David S Rosenblum
  PreCache Inc.
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- Tutorials Chair
  Sebastian Uchitel
  Imperial College London
  http://www.doc.ic.ac.uk/%7Esu2/
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- Workshops Chair
  Neno Medvidovic
  http://sunset.usc.edu/%7Eneno/
  University of Southern California
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- Doctoral Symposium Chair
  Andre van der Hoek
  http://www.ics.uci.edu/~andre/
  University of California, Irvine
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- Formal Demonstrations Chair
  Betty Cheng
  Michigan State University
  http://www.cse.msu.edu/~chengb/
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- Informal Demonstrations and Posters Chair
  Annie I Antůn
  North Carolina State University
  http://www.csc.ncsu.edu/faculty/anton/
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- Publicity Chair
  Steve Easterbrook
  University of Toronto
  http://www.cs.toronto.edu/%7Esme/
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- Co-located Events
  Michael Goedicke
  Universitšt Essen
  http://s3.informatik.uni-essen.de/people/goedicke/
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             Everything you need to know is online!
             http://conferences.iee.org.uk/ICSE2004/

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