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The below is a European initiative. If you want to be deleted from the
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* ---------------------------------------------------------------------------*
*                          EuroSPI'2000 - Conference                         *
*                      European Software Process Improvement                 *
*                      -------------------------------------                 *
* Theme 2000 : "Practical and Innovation Based Software Process Improvement  *
*                       to Prepare for the New Millennium"                   *
* ---------------------------------------------------------------------------*

                SAS Falkoner, 7. - 9.11.2000, Copenhagen, Denmark

                ***********************************************
                * Conference Announcement and Call for Papers *
                ***********************************************

                        http://www.bigfoot.com/~EuroSPI
                                      or
                http://www.iscn.ie/conferences/eurospi2000

                      *********** KEY NOTES ***********

         Watts Humphrey, Software Engineering Institute, Pittsburgh, USA
  Prof. Dieter Rombach, Fraunhoher IESE and University of Kaiserslautern,
                                   Germany

                      *********** KEY NOTES ***********


SPI Experience
--------------
EuroSPI conferences present and discuss practical  results from improvement
projects in industry, focussing on the benefits gained and the criteria for
success. Leading European industry are  contributing  to and participating in
this event.
This year's event is the third one to be hosted in Scandinavia which has one
of the most vibrant SPI communities in Europe and is home to some of the top
electronics companies. It is the 7th of a series of conferences to which
countries across Europe and from the rest of the world contributed their
lessons learned and shared their knowledge to reach the next higher level of
software management professionalism.

Who should attend?
------------------
The conference   will  benefit  all who are  concerned  with  the  management
and improvement of organisational processes, the  innovation and  effective
use of information systems and software processes,  as  well as all those who
are  interested  in  developing efficient  and profitable  work  processes  to
increase the  competitiveness of the organisation  in  the market.

Topics
------

Contributions will address the following topics:

  SPI and Business Strategies.
  Assessement Methodologies.
  Improvement Planning.
  Learning Organizations.
  How to Manage Innovation.
  Measurement.
  Goal Analysis and Improvement.
  Experience Reports (Implementation).
  SPI in different Industry Branches.
  SPI in different Process Areas.
  SPI Networks and Systems.


Call for Participation
----------------------

Presentations will be from leading companies and experts in the field.
Abstracts for papers of approx. 200 words  should be sent to the conference
secretariat (ASCII text by Email is preferred) no later than 28.4.2000.
European projects disseminating SPI experience and ESSI Process Improvement
Experiments (PIE) are encouraged to participate.

Associated Events
-----------------

In conjuction with this conference there will be a  mini-seminars and workshop
day  dealing with practical issues of Software Process Improvement. Workshop
leaders will be recognised experts in the  field.The workshops cover  the
following  topics:

  Business and Goal  Based SPI
  Cost Benefit Analysis
  Root Cause Analysis
  GQM workshop
  Data Analysis
  Assessment Methodologies
  SPI in Innovation Management
  Teamwork  Based SPI Principles and Experience.

While the conference is a collection of different experiences the workshops
are interactive sessions in which participants learn ''how to do it''.

Tool Fair
---------

A Tool Fair will accompany the main conference exhibiting tools supporting
process analysis, the management of software process improvement environments,
work flows  and measurement.

Sponsors and Exhibitors
-----------------------

Sponsors and exhibitors are invited to visit
http://www.iscn.ie/conferences/eurospi2000 and read the sponsors and
exhibitors information, or contact the coordinating office directly. A
standard set of  options for the sponsors and exhibitors are described on the
web.

EuroSPI Partnership
-------------------

The EuroSPI partnership was formed in 1998 to continue with the conference
series and training actions previously organised in partnership with ISCN,
ESI, and SP.
EuroSPI is a consortium of Sintef (Norway), IVF (Sweden), Delta (Denmark),
STTF (Finland), DERA (UK), ASQF (Germany), and ISCN (Ireland and Austria).
It bases on a defined model for conference organisation, standards for
conference performance, and standard types of agreements. It is EuroSPI's
policy to grow over the years into an organisation with one representative
per European country and with a conference series securely managed at
least until 2012.
EuroSPI is already well planned in advance with EuroSPI 2001 in Oslo, EuroSPI
2002 in Nuernberg in Germany, and EuroSPI 2003 in the UK.

You can find details about the current partnership at:

Delta (http://www.delta.dk), IVF (http://www.ivf.se), SINTEF
(http://www.sintef.no), STTF (http://www.sttf.fi), ASQF (www.asqf.de), DERA
(www.dera.gov.uk), and ISCN  (http://www.iscn.ie).

EuroSPI Secretariat
-------------------

Conference Secretariat. "EuroSPI2000" Secretariat,c/o ISCN Co-ordination
Office, Florence House, 1 Florence Villas, Bray, Co.Wicklow, Ireland, Fax.+353
1 286 5078, email:[log in to unmask], http//www.bigfoot.com/~EuroSPI

***************************************************************************
*         The EuroSPI partnership is committed to deliver quality         *
*     and will guarantee SPI experience distribution over the next decade *
*                          in the new millennium                          *
***************************************************************************

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| Dr techn. DI Richard Messnarz        |
| Director, ISCN                       |
| EuroSPI Consortium Board Member      |
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| ISCN Regionalstelle Graz             |
| Entwicklungsbuero                    |
| Schieszstattgasse 4/24               |
| A-8010 Graz, Austria                 |
| Tel. +43 316 811198                  |
| Fax. +43 316 811312                  |
| Mob. +43 664 210 6416                |
| [log in to unmask]                        |
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| ISCN Koordinationsbuero              |
| ISCN LTD, Bray, Ireland              |
| Florence House, 1 Florence Villas    |
| Tel. +353 1 286 1583                 |
| Fax. +353 1 286 5078                 |
| Mob. +353 87 231 5465                |
| [log in to unmask]                        |
| http://www.iscn.ie                   |
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