CSEE&T 2017 : 30th IEEE Conference on Software Engineering Education and Training
Call For Papers
CALL FOR PAPERS
The CSEE&T Conference is now approaching 30 years of longevity. Software engineering education has changed a great deal in that timeframe. In 1986, software engineering education was largely undertaken by industry, with just a few academic software engineering programs in place. The Master of Software Engineering (MSE) reference curriculum changed the landscape of software engineering, resulting in many MSE programs worldwide, not to mention software engineering tracks within Computer Science (CS) masters’ programs. In the years that followed, software engineering education emerged at the undergraduate level, with a documented reference curriculum. Software engineering professionalism initiatives resulted in the certification and licensing of software engineers in a number of countries worldwide. We are seeing increased attention to software engineering specialty areas, and many software engineering degree programs have tracks to support these specialties.
On the industry side we are seeing an upheaval in software engineering as we know it. Software engineering is pervasive. Innovations such as Cloud Computing, autonomous vehicles, drones, bioengineering, and other initiatives have made for a rapidly changing landscape. Topics such as software assurance, safety, and reliability have become increasingly important knowledge areas. As educators we are challenged to keep up with the emerging trends, to identify suitable software engineering techniques, and to incorporate them into our class offerings. We are in a global economy with a software supply chain that can extend across many countries and regions. Each one has their own regulations and laws about safety, security, and privacy. Practicing software engineers change jobs frequently, so the value of in-house training is not as clear as it once was. In 2017 we want to focus on the changes that are taking place in the field, our response to it, and our vision of how we can move forward to meet the ever-increasing demand for qualified software engineers.
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION: June 16, 2017
FULL PAPER SUBMISSION: June 23, 2017
AUTHOR NOTIFICATION: August 25, 2017
CAMERA-READY PAPER DUE: September 22, 2017
EARLY REGISTRATION DEADLINE: September 22, 2017
CONFERENCE: November 7-9, 2017
Following its tradition, CSEE&T 2017 will accept high quality contributions in the following categories:
- Research papers (long and short)
- Academic Education and Industrial training experience reports
- Panel sessions
The detailed submission guidelines for each category (e.g. maximum page length, formatting requirements) are provided at the submission page on the official site of CSEE&T 2017. Papers must be submitted electronically through EasyChair.
Please ensure that all submissions include the title of the work, the name and affiliation of each author, a 150-word abstract, and up to 6 keywords. The format of your submission must follow the IEEE conference proceedings format (http://www.ieee.org/conferences_events/conferences/publishing/templates.html).
CONFERENCE GENERAL CO-CHAIRS
• Matthew Fischer – Gulfstream Aerospace
• Nancy Mead – Carnegie Mellon University
• Emily Hill – Drew University
• Linda Laird – Stevens Institute of Technology
For more detailed and updated information, please refer to http://www.cseet2017.com/index.html