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Author Submissions

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.

CSEE&T 2017

Call for Submissions

The 2017 IEEE Conference on Software Engineering Education and Training (CSEE&T) takes place in Savannah, Georgia, November 7-9, 2017. Since the first CSEE&T, software engineering education has changed a great deal. In 1986, software engineering education was largely done by industry, with just a few academic programs in place. Since then, software engineering degree programs have emerged at all levels, with increased attention to specialty areas. Software engineering professionalism initiatives resulted in the certification and licensing of software engineers in many countries.

Our plans for the conference include the Academy on Software Engineering Education and Training (ASEET) on November 7, keynote talks by Dick Fairley and Mark Paulk, and publication opportunities for selected papers in a special issue of the Journal of Systems and Software (JSS).

 


Topics of Interest

Quality submissions covering curriculum development, empirical studies, personal or institutional experience, and conceptual or theoretical work are particularly invited. The following list contains topics of interest for CSEE&T 2017. Submissions on other topics, as noted below, are also welcome.
  • Team development and project management (TPM)
  • Assessment (ASM)
  • Measuring our results (MOR)
  • Communication with clients, peers, etc. (CCP)
  • Domain engineering (DOM)
  • Degree specializations (SPC)
  • Software assurance, quality, and reliability (AQR)
  • Cloud computing (CLC)
  • Methodological aspects of software engineering edu-cation (MAS)
  • Global and distributed software engineering (GDS)
  • Social and cultural issues (SCI)
  • Novel delivery methods (NDM)
  • Open source in education (OSE)
  • Cooperation between industry and academia (CIA)
  • Continuous education to cope with technological change (CED)
  • Vision for software engineering education in the future (VIS)
  • Other topics consistent with software engineering edu-cation (OTH)

 

Submissions

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 and workshop sessions
  • Hall of Fame

Maximum Paper Lengths
  • Full (regular) paper: 10 pages
  • Short paper: 5 pages
  • Industrial training experience report: 10 pages
  • Panel and Workshop proposals: 2 pages
  • Hall of Fame nomination paper: 2 pages

Information for authors of regular papers

The objective of regular papers is to discuss results and findings, in which the research presented has followed established pedagogical methods. Submit original papers (not published or submitted elsewhere) with a maximum of ten pages. Include the title of the paper, 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.

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Information for authors of short papers

The objective of short papers is to report novel ideas and results that have not been fully evaluated. Submit original papers (not published or submitted elsewhere) with a maximum of five pages. Include the title of the paper, 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.

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Information for authors of industrial training experience report

The objective of industrial training experience reports is to discuss experience of applying software engineering education methods, processes and tools in industrial environment. Submit original reports (not published or submitted elsewhere) with a maximum of ten pages. Include the title of the report, 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.

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Papers must be submitted electronically through Easy-Chair. Important dates are as follows:

June 16, 2017: Abstract submission (to be used for assigning reviewers)
June 23, 2017: Full paper submission
August 25, 2017: Author notification
September 22, 2017: Camera-ready paper due
September 22, 2017: Early registration ends
November 7-9, 2017: Conference

To submit a paper, please click the following link to be directed to Easy-Chair:    Submit A Paper

Journal of Systems and Software Partnership!

CSEE&T 2017 is teaming up with the Journal of Systems and Software (JSS) to devote a special issue to select conference papers. All submitted papers will be considered. Priority will be given to papers that address education in the areas of secure software (AQR), agile software engineering, gamification (NDM), and industry/university collaboration (CIA). Authors of selected papers will be notified shortly after their final notification and will be asked to extend their submissions to full-text papers appropriate for publication in an archival journal. The guest editors of the special issue are Hossein Saiedian (University of Kansas, USA) and Hironori Washizaki (Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan). Tentative dates are as follows:

September 15, 2017: Author notification
December 22, 2017: Extended paper submission

Hall of Fame

The goal is to improve and share software engineering education and training practices by identifying the best examples in the field. Those elected to membership in Hall of Fame represent the highest achievement in their field, serving as models of what can be achieved and how in software engineering education and training. For more information on the Hall of Fame, please see the Hall of Fame page. The maximum pages for the Hall of Fame nomination is 2 pages.

Important Dates

June 23, 2017: Nomination paper submission
August 25, 2017: Notification of presentation acceptance/rejection
September 22, 2017: Camera Ready Copy
November 8-9, 2017: Open Hall-of-Fame election session at the conference
November 9, 2017: Notification of membership acceptance/rejection

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Conference General Chair

Program Co-Chairs

  • Matthew Fischer, Gulfstream Aerospace
  • Steve Jackson, Georgia Power
  • Hironori Washizaki, Waseda University
  • Nancy Mead, SEI, Carnegie Mellon University

General Inquiries

For more detailed and updated information, please refer to http://www.cseet2017.com/index.html

Important Dates

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