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Jim Briggs <[log in to unmask]>
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            *  RELIABLE SOFTWARE TECHNOLOGIES (Ada-Europe'97)  *
            *               London, June 2-6 1997              *
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2nd Call for papers

Because our earlier call had (unintentionally) only limited circulation
we are re-issuing it with later closing dates:
for extended abstracts (3-6 pages):     21st November 1996
for full papers:                        31st December 1996

Authors are invited to submit papers on original research or reports on
relevant experience of software engineering techniques and tools.

Suggested topics include but are not limited to:
* object-oriented analysis, design and programming
* benefits and drawbacks of using formal methods
* managing software development
* experiences of introducing Ada 95
* programming languages for software engineering
* safety-critical software
* systems implemented in more than one programming language
* comparisons of software engineering techniques and tools
* the development of Ada bindings
* the use of Ada in applications
* teaching software engineering or programming

Contributions may be submitted to either of the Co-Programme Chairs.
Authors should provide the following information: title of paper, name
of author(s), author's affiliation, postal and electronic mail
addresses, telephone and fax numbers and a list of keywords ordered by
relevance. Submissions must be in English. Submitting abstracts by
electronic mail is preferred (plain ASCII); if submitting on paper,
please provide 5 copies. Submissions by fax are not accepted.

Proceedings will be published in the Springer-Verlag Lecture Notes in
Computer Science series.

Ada-Europe will sponsor awards for
* the best paper
* the best presentation
each worth Ecu 500 (approx. #375 or $550)

ACM SIGAda are offering four conference-only registrations to SIGAda
members with a presence on the programme (contact Hal Hart
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Co-Programme Chairs:
Jim Briggs,
Dept of Information Science, University of Portsmouth, Milton Campus,
Locksway Road, Southsea, Hants, PO4 8JF, UK
Email: [log in to unmask]

Keith Hardy,
Ultra Electronics Ltd Command & Control Systems, Knaves Beech Business
Centre, Loudwater, High Wycombe, Bucks, HP10 9UT, UK
Email: [log in to unmask]

Programme Committee:

Angel Alvarez (Technical University of Madrid)
Lars Asplund (Uppsala University)
Stephane Barbey (Swiss Fed Inst of Technology, Lausanne)
Alan Burns (University of York)
Dirk Craeynest (OFFIS NV/SA)
Robert A Duff (Oak Tree Software, Inc.)
Mark Gerhardt (Lockheed Martin Western Development Laboratories)
Michael Gonzalez Harbour (Universidad de Cantabria)
Mike Kamrad (Computing Devices International)
Yvon Kermarrec (ENST de Bretagne)
Philippe Kruchten (Rational Software)
James W Moore (MITRE Corporation)
Laurent Pautet (ENST Paris University)
Michael Pickett (BAeSEMA Ltd)
J-P Rosen (Adalog)
Edmond Schonberg (New York University and Ada Core Technologies)
Alfred Strohmeier (Swiss Fed Inst of Technology, Lausanne)
J van Katwijk (TU Delft)
Stef Van Vlierberghe (OFFIS NV/SA)
Andy Wellings (University of York)

Organising Committee:

Bill Taylor (Transition Technology Ltd) Conference Chair
Jim Briggs (University of Portsmouth)   Co-Programme Chair
Keith Hardy (Ultra Electronics Ltd) Co-Programme Chair
Brian Tooby (High Integrity Systems)    Tutorial Chair
John Barnes (JBI)       President, Ada-Europe
Helen Byard (Ada UK)    Administrator

The conference will be held in London's Tower Hotel. Located in the
historic City of London, the conference venue is ideally located for
some of the capital's major tourist sites. The hotel overlooks the
River Thames and Tower Bridge. The Tower of London, home of the
Crown Jewels, is just across the street.

Organised by Ada UK on behalf of Ada-Europe, in co-operation with ACM
SIGAda. For further information, email the conference organiser on
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To be included on the conference mailing list, please email
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