Southeast Software Engineering Conference 2002

Southeast Software Engineering Conference 2002

Post by Delbert Har » Sun, 09 Dec 2001 08:20:33



                                 (SE)2 2002
             Southeastern Software Engineering Conference 2002
                     (Solutions for the 21^st Century)

                         April 9th and 10th, 2002
                   The Von Braun Center, Huntsville, AL
                      http://www.veryComputer.com/

                                   Overview

The (SE)2 2002 conference will provide an opportunity for software
engineers, programmers, and computer scientists to discuss current
software technologies and their usage. The conference will focus on
identifying the lessons learned from applying current methodologies and
paradigms to medium and large-scale projects. The conference will
feature two days of invited and refereed presentations, a doct*
symposium, industrial exhibits, and a job fair in addition to related
planned and ad-hoc meetings.  The conference presentations are organized
into four technical sections:
     * Process Improvement
     * Project Management
     * DoD Technical Architecture and Interoperability
     * Emerging Technologies

The technical sessions will be run sequentially over two days allowing
attendance to all four sessions.

             Call for Papers in the Emerging Technologies Session

Extended abstracts are solicited for original, unpublished research for
the Emerging Technologies session. Abstracts may be up to four pages in
length.  Areas of interest cover all facets of software engineering and
other fields that impact software development. Final papers may be up to
8 pages in length, formatting details and electronic submission
instructions are available on the website.  Accepted papers are required
to be presented at the conference.

                   Call for Papers in the Doct*Symposium

The (SE)2 conference will include a Doct*Symposium. The goal of the
Doct*Symposium is to bring together PhD students working on
foundations, techniques, tools and applications in software engineering
and give them the opportunity to present and discuss their research in a
constructive atmosphere.  The symposium will provide feedback on the
Doct*Symposium is to bring together PhD students working on
foundations, techniques, tools and applications in software engineering
and give them the opportunity to present and discuss their research in a
constructive atmosphere.  The symposium will provide feedback on the
doct*students' current research, and guidance for future research
directions.  Student participants will also interact with established
researchers, and people working in the software engineering industry.

The doct*symposium will occur on the first afternoon of the
conference, immediately before the evening job fair. Doct*student
research should be in software engineering or a closely related area
such as information security, or software intensive systems engineering.

Doct*students should submit a synopsis of their research (not to
exceed three pages, single spaced) electronically to

major professor. These endor*ts should also be submitted to

Word or PDF format.  If you have any questions, please contact:

   Dr. Letha Etzkorn,
   University of Alabama in Huntsville,

   (256) 824-6291

   or

   Dr. Ray Vaughn,
   Mississippi State University,

   (662) 325-7450

The submission dates for both the Emerging Technology Session and the
Doct*Symposium are:

   Submission Deadline  December 17,   2001
   Student Notification January  21,   2002
   Camera ready due     February 15,   2002
   Conference           April    9-10, 2002

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Del Hart                                             Assistant Professor