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PPIG 2010 : 22nd Annual Psychology of Programming Interest Group

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Link: http://www.ppig2010.org/index.php/Main_Page
 
When Sep 19, 2010 - Sep 21, 2010
Where Madrid, Spain
Abstract Registration Due Mar 29, 2010
Submission Deadline Apr 12, 2010
Notification Due May 17, 2010
Final Version Due Jun 1, 2010
Categories    software engineering   empirical studies   psychology
 

Call For Papers

Call for Papers
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All dates are tentative

* Abstract submission: 29th March 2010
* Deadline for paper submission: 12th April 2010
* Notification to authors: 17th May 2010
* Camera ready copies due: 1st June 2010

* Deadline for doctoral consortium submission: 31st July 2010

The Psychology of Programming Interest Group (PPIG) invites software engineers and researchers to submit papers for its 22nd meeting, to be held at the University Carlos III of Madrid, on Sept 19th-21st, and co-located with VL/HCC 2010.

The annual PPIG (Psychology of Programming Interest Group) workshop is a forum in which researchers concerned with psychological aspects of software development can present and discuss recent results, findings and developments. The workshop is open to the breadth of concerns related to psychological aspects of programming and software engineering, and the broad spectrum of research approaches currently found in the field. It is a place to come and meet fellow researchers, participate in lively discussion and learn about the latest work in this small, but active research community.

Experienced researchers and practitioners, as well as doctoral students, are equally invited to submit.

If you have any queries as to whether your topic falls within the remit of PPIG, then please do not hesitate to contact the Programme Chair.

Themes can include, but are not limited to:

* Empirical studies of programming
* Programming education and skills acquisition
* Human centered design and evaluation of programming languages, tools and infrastructure
* Programming and human cognition
* Human Computer Interaction issues in programming
* Team/cooperative work in programming
* End user programming
* Distributed programming, globalisation, work in large teams
* Free/libre open source software development
* Software engineering methods, planning, estimation, agility etc.
* Gender, age, culture and programming
* New paradigms in programming
* Code quality, readability and re-use
* Mistakes, bugs, and error handling
* Working with notation
* Specialist and domain centered programming tools and languages

Other approaches and insights are welcome.
Submission

Submissions should be 15 pages or less (short papers and work in progress reports are welcome). To format your paper, please use the PPIG Word Template or the LaTeX template. As in previous years, the programme committee will review all submitted papers and, based on their reviews, each accepted paper will be classified as a "Full Technical Paper", or a "Work in Progress Report". All papers accepted for presentation at PPIG 2010 will appear in the workshop proceedings and be archived on the PPIG website.

Papers for the workshop should be submitted to rachel@us.ibm.com. The email title should read "PPIG2010 Paper Submission: [Title of Paper]" and the attached paper should be in .pdf format. We also request that you send us an abstract letting us know of you intent to submit. This helps us organize our review process.

All dates are tentative

* Abstract submission: 29th March 2010
* Deadline for paper submission: 12th April 2010
* Notification to authors: 17th May 2010
* Camera ready copies due: 1st June 2010

* Deadline for doctoral consortium submission: 31st July 2010

Doctoral Consortium

The Psychology of Programming Interest Group Workshop will again host a doctoral consortium. The event is for research students at all stages of doctoral study. The event will include brief introductions by each of the student participants (on the order of 10 minutes, plus time for questions, depending on the number of students involved) and interactive sessions on the process and nature of Ph.D. research. Experienced researchers, in addition to the organisers, will participate as 'discussants' to add different perspectives and to provide feedback on individual research programs.

Submission: Applications must provide an overview of your research (max 5 pages) and be submitted by email to rachel@us.ibm.com with the title 'PPIG2010 doctoral consortium submission'. This submission should be in .pdf format.

Deadline: 31st July 2010

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