SWQD 2014 : 6th Software Quality Days - Scientific Track
Call For Papers
********** EXTENDED SUBMISSION DEADLINE ********** June 17th, 2013 ********** EXTENDED SUBMISSION DEADLINE **********
The 6th Software Quality Days (SWQD) conference and tools fair – one of the largest software quality conferences in Europe - will bring together researchers and practitioners from business, industry, and academia working on quality assurance and quality management for software engineering and information technology.
In 2014 the SWQD conference hosts the 3rd scientific program on research and industry experience. The guiding topic for 2014 will be “Model-Based Approaches for Advanced Software and Systems Engineering”
Topics of interest for research and industrial experience paper include but are not limited to
+ System and software quality management methods
+ Improvement of software development methods and processes
+ Testing and quality assurance of software and software-intensive systems
+ Process and quality assurance automation
+ Requirements Engineering and Management
+ Project and Risk Management
+ Effort and quality estimation
+ Metrics (product, process, project)
+ Domain specific quality issues such as embedded, medical, automotive systems
+ Novel trends in software quality
Technical Research and Industrial Experience Papers
The scientific program of SWQD 2014 accepts two categories of conference submissions. In both categories papers with practical relevance and already conducted practical evaluation will be preferred.
The SWQD 2014 conference will provide best paper awards in both categories, i.e., technical research papers and industrial experience papers.
The language of the scientific program is English.
+ Paper submission deadline: May 31st, 2013
+ Submission page: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=swqd2014
Publication of Papers with Springer LNBIP:
The scientific track papers will be rigorously peer-reviewed for publication in the well known research publication series Springer LNBIP.
+ Full papers should be 20-25 pages (in Springer LNBIP proceedings format) and include an abstract of up to 150 words.
+ Short Papers should be 10-15 pages (in Springer LNBIP proceedings format - see the LNBIP Website for author instructions).
Papers must not have been previously published or submitted for review elsewhere.
All scientific program contributions will be reviewed by the international Program Committee on their scientific merit and relevance to the conference topics and may be accepted as regular or short papers. Accepted papers will be included in the proceedings, published by Springer LNBIP (abstracted/ indexed in ISI Proceedings, DBLP, EI and Scopus), and the Springer Digital library.
Find additional information please visit the official conference website http://www.software-quality-days.com/vortragende/scientific-special/.