CONFERENCE STRUCTURE

The International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE) is the leading international forum for the exchange of ideas on software engineering. The conference features a number of coordinated forums, including presentations on new research results, reports on industrial case studies and experiences, panels on topics of current interest, system demonstrations, industrial exhibits, tutorials, and a doctoral symposium. These activities aim to provide a comprehensive, informative program for software engineering professionals, researchers, managers, and students.
 

Technical Papers Report on new research results and on practical experiences.
Panels Discuss and debate issues of current interest to the community.
Case Studies Provide in-depth description of industrial systems and lessons learned in building them.
Formal Research Demonstrations Describe and exhibit working systems or prototypes.
Poster Sessions and Informal Demonstrations Present late-breaking results and ongoing work.
Doctoral Workshop A forum for Ph.D. students to present their research.
Tutorials Short courses on software engineering practices, techniques, and theories. 
Workshops Focused discussion of selected topics in a small-group setting.
Exhibitions Demonstrations of commercial tools and technologies.

 

Topics

ICSE 99 invites you to contribute to its broad-based program by submitting in one or more of the categories outlined below. Topics of interest span the full range of software engineering issues, including those listed below:

 


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