CFP: 27th Annual IEEE/NASA Software Engineering Workshop, Washington DC, 5-6 December 2002

CFP: 27th Annual IEEE/NASA Software Engineering Workshop, Washington DC, 5-6 December 2002

Post by Prof Jonathan Bow » Thu, 06 Jun 2002 20:25:44

Call for Papers


27th Annual IEEE/NASA Software Engineering Workshop

Greenbelt Marriott Hotel, Greenbelt, MD, USA

Sponsored by NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Software Engineering
         IEEE Computer Society, Technical Council on Software Engineering


The 27th Annual IEEE/NASA Software Engineering Workshop will be held at the
Greenbelt Marriott
Hotel, Greenbelt, Maryland, in Metropolitan Washington DC, December 5-6,
following a day of
tutorials on December 4.   The workshop will be co-located with IEEE ICECCS
2002, the 8th IEEE
International Conference on Engineering of Complex Computer Systems (2-3
December).    ICECCS
attendees may attend the tutorials on December 4, but ICECCS has a separate
paper submission policy, and
ICECCS papers will be reviewed by a separate Program Committee.   A discount
will be offered to persons
attending both events.


The workshop aims to bring together NASA technical staff, contractors,
academics and industrial
practitioners interested in the advancement of software engineering
and techniques.   The
workshop provides a forum for reporting on past experiences for describing
and emerging results and
techniques, and for exchanging ideas on best practice and future directions.
Of particular importance is
relevance to NASA's mission and goals, and how techniques might be applied,
or adapted for use, at
NASA, or how NASA's techniques might be used or adapted for more generic

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

- Metrics and experience reports
- Software quality assurance
- Formal methods and formal approaches to software development
- Software engineering processes and process improvement
- CMM and CMMI
- Requirements engineering
- Software Architectures
- Real-time Software Engineering
- Software maintenance, reuse, and legacy systems
- Agent-based software systems


Extended abstracts (4 to 6 pages) should be submitted electronically
(plain-text, .doc, .pdf or .ps formats
only, please) to:

by 19 July 2002.

Abstracts will be reviewed by the Program Committee, and full versions of
selected papers will be due one
week after the workshop (13 December) to be included in the workshop
proceedings that will be published
by IEEE Computer Society Press.  At least one author per paper will be
required to register and present at
the workshop.

Any inquiries should also be directed by email to

Conference Organizers:

Conference Chair: Mike Hinchey
Program Committee Chair: Margaret Caulfield
Finance Chair: Don Jamison
Registration Chair: John Cooke
Tutorials Chair: Mike Stark


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