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Agile 2013 : Agile Conference


When Aug 5, 2013 - Aug 9, 2013
Where Nashville, TN
Submission Deadline Feb 28, 2013
Notification Due Apr 15, 2013
Final Version Due May 6, 2013

Call For Papers

The Research in Practice stage of the Agile Conference aims at bridging the gap between research and practice. It will provide a primary forum for contemporary research into the effectiveness of methods, process, techniques and tools as well as examine emerging issues and trends in agile and lean development. The Research in Practice stage focuses on bringing the results of rigorous scientific research on agile software development to practitioners and researchers. We invite researchers to contribute to this stage with case studies, action research studies, experiments, surveys and literature reviews with focus on practical implications. The topics include but are not limited to:

Agile and Lean Adoption & Transformation
Large-Scale & Distributed Agile Development
Agile Testing & Quality Assurance
Agile for Embedded Systems Development
Agile Coaching & Mentoring
Agile Project Management
User Experience and Interaction Design
Collaboration and Co-development with Customer
Agile Leadership
Agile Software Development and Cloud Computing
Agile Software Innovation
Application of Lean Thinking
Lean Tools and Practices
Lean Principles from Manufacturing and other disciplines
Kanban-based Software Development
Lean startup
Theoretical Foundations of Agile and Lean
We invite two types of submissions:

Complete research papers: papers that report on original, finished research, with implications for both theory and practice. Motivation for research and discussion of the related work must be included, as well as a description of the research method applied. Papers are limited to 10 pages.
Research in progress papers: papers that describe new research directions, synergies with other disciplines or results not mature enough to be full papers. These ideas will be further developed with feedback actively sought from the practitioner community. This will provide a great opportunity to develop your ideas with others. Papers are limited to 4 pages.

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