[ecoop-info] #cseet2020 Call for Papers International Conference on Software Engineering Education & Training

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        *** CALL FOR PAPERS ***

                CSEE&T 2020

     International Conference on 

Software Engineering Education & Training

            July 29-31, 2020

             Munich, Germany




*Call for Papers*





CSEE&T cordially invites contributions related to all aspects of software
engineering education & industrial training.

Submissions can be made in the following categories:


* RESEARCH PAPERS (double-blind review process!)

  ** Full Papers: max. 10 Pages IEEE Double-Column

  ** Short Papers: max. 5 Pages IEEE Double-Column

  ** Problems and Challenges Papers: max. 5 Pages IEEE Double-Column



  ** max. 6 Pages IEEE Double-Column


* JOURNAL FIRST SUBMISSIONS (expedited review process!)

  ** max. 1 Page IEEE Double-Column



  ** max. 2 Pages IEEE Double-Column



  ** max. 2 Pages IEEE Double-Column



  ** max. 3 Pages IEEE Double-Column



  ** max. 3 Pages IEEE Double-Column



  ** max. 5 Pages IEEE Double-Column


For more than 30 years, CSEE&T has been the premier conference on software
engineering (SE) education at the undergraduate,

graduate, postgraduate, and professional level. Traditionally, CSEE&T is a
platform for educators in the field to explore

challenges, share experiences, discuss approaches, and generate new impulses
for software engineering education & training.

Special emphasis has always been on the transfer of knowledge and
pedagogical paradigms between educators.

This enables a highly interactive atmosphere including thought-provoking and
highly constructive discussions with presenters and among a broad audience. 


CSEE&T 2020 seeks original research papers on novel ideas, methods and
techniques for software engineering education as well as education

experience & industrial training reports. Contributions may concern all
fields of software engineering education, among others, university

education at graduate and undergraduate level, industrial training, as well
as teaching software engineering at various kinds of secondary

schools. We invite submissions on any aspects of software engineering
education and training.


The special theme of CSEE&T 2020 is “Educating for the Future”. Therefore,
we particularly encourage submissions dealing with the use of

new methods and technologies to improve software engineering education and
training, and we seek contributions related to the challenges

and issues when teaching these new achievements to learners. 


We seek original high-quality submissions adhering to the IEEE formatting
guidelines (https://www.ieee.org/conferences/publishing/templates.html),

in these categories:


All submissions should describe original work, significant results or
educational experiences of theoretical, empirical, conceptual, or
experimental education research in

software engineering or industrial training. The novelty of the contribution
needs to be clearly described and, depending on the submission category, the
results validated.


Submissions will be evaluated by at least three reviewers based on
soundness, contribution, verifiability, and presentation quality.



*Topics of Interest*


Topics of interest for the conference include (but are not limited to) the
following themes:

* Requirements engineering education (REE)

* Teaching artificial intelligence (TAI)

* Teaching conceptual modeling (TCM)

* Teaching formal methods (TFM)

* Teaching skills (communication, teamwork,
) (TSK)

* Teaching “real world” SE practices (TRW)

* Teaching large courses (TLC)

* Software quality assurance education (SQE)

* Measuring education and training results (MET)

* Motivating students and trainees (MST)

* Social and cultural issues (SCI)

* Novel delivery methods (NDM)

* E-Learning, online training, and education (OTE)

* Global and distributed SE education (GDE)

* Open source in education (OSE)

* Cloud computing education (CCE)

* Cooperation between Industry and Academia (CIA)

* Training models in industry (TMI)

* Continuous education (CED)

* Methodological aspects of SE education (MAE)

* Software engineering education @ school (SES)

* Software engineering education for novices (SEN)

* Vision for SE education in the future (VEF)


*Anonymization, Formatting and Submission Instructions*


Please note that CSEE&T 2020 Research Papers will be subject to a
double-blind review process.

All submissions to this track must be sufficiently blinded.

Instructions can be found here:

Insufficiently blinded submissions may be rejected without review.


All submissions to other CSEE&T 2020 tracks (i.e., industrial experience
reports, journal first, poster and tool papers,

as well as workshop, tutorial, and panel proposals) will be reviewed using a
single-blind process.


All submissions must conform to the Author Instructions and not exceed the
paper length in the respective category:

All papers are to be submitted electronically via the EasyChair submission
system https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=cseet2020

by the submission deadline, and must not have been published before.


Workshop, Tutorial, and Panel Proposal Submissions are subject to rolling
acceptance! Submit now and receive feedback within days. In the interest of
a quick turn around,

submissions may be send to mailto:cseet2020organization-ase at in.tum.de


For more information please contact the Organization Committee through the
email contact address mailto:cseet2020organization-ase at in.tum.de


*Publication and Presentation*


All accepted contributions in any category will be published in IEEE CSEE&T
2020 proceedings, will be indexed through the usual services,

and are subject to registration and presentation at the conference.


Oral presentations will take approximately 20 minutes with additional time
of 10 minutes for discussions. 

Detailed information regarding presentation times for each individual paper
category will be made upon program creation.

Presentations should focus on triggering discussions for the benefit of
both, the author(s) and potential adopters of the concept presented.



*Workshop, Tutorial, and Panel Proposals*


As well-established tradition, the Conference on Software Engineering
Education and Training (CSEE&T) is an academic conference providing a

for software engineering educators as well as industrial trainers to
communicate on a variety of topics and actual issues related to

software engineering education, training, and professionalism. 


Presenters for these events are required to register as delegates for the


*Workshop Formatting and Submission Instructions*


All workshop proposals must conform, at time of submission, to the IEEE
Formatting Guidelines

Proposals must be written in English and not exceed 3 pages in length. They
are submitted through E-Mail to mailto:cseet2020organization-ase at in.tum.de
by the proposal submission deadline.


Proposals should contain:

* workshop title, objectives, duration (half or full day)

* narrative regarding the relevance of the workshop to the conference

* key organizer’s name, affiliation and a brief biography, plus the names,
affiliations and brief biographies of those who will assist the organizer in
the organization and conduct of the workshop (typically 1 to 4 such
assistants should be sufficient)

* strategy for publication of the workshop and expected number of

* details of any requests for pre-workshop input (e.g. position papers) and
how such will be moderated and used

* workshop activities and format

* any formal workshop outputs

* strategy for judging the workshop’s success


*Tutorial Formatting and Submission Instructions*


All tutorial proposals must conform, at time of submission, to the IEEE
Formatting Guidelines

Proposals must be written in English and not exceed 3 pages in length. They
are submitted through E-Mail to mailto:cseet2020organization-ase at in.tum.de
by the proposal submission deadline.


Proposals should contain:

* brief biographies of the presenter(s) and their affiliations

* the format of the session and the proposed activities, along with
anticipated time requirements

* details of any requests for pre-event input from potential attendees (e.g.
questions, responses to short questionnaires)

* if appropriate, details of any proposed post-event activities or support


*Panel Session Instructions*


In general, panel sessions allow the audience to interact with panel members
to provide an engaging, informative and entertaining discussion of a timely

topic from multiple perspectives. A panel proposal should introduce the
moderator, list potential positions, and detail the topic and objectives for

session, indicating how it is expected to meet the needs of the conference
audience. It should also include brief biographies and position statements

from each of the proposed panelists, and a brief biography of the proposed


The total submission for a panel session should not exceed 5 pages, and the
description of each accepted panel will appear in the proceedings.

The moderator and each of the panelists for an accepted panel session are
required to register as delegates before 09 May 2020 and to contribute to

panel session at the conference.


Proposals must be written in English and not exceed 5 pages in length. They
are submitted through E-Mail to mailto:cseet2020organization-ase at in.tum.de
by the proposal submission deadline.


*Evaluation Criteria*


Proposals will be reviewed in a separate evaluation process from research
papers.  Acceptance will be based on:

   * evaluation of the workshop’s potential to advance the state of research
and/or practice or bridging disciplines, between research and practice;

   * timeliness and expected interest in the topic;

   * relevance to the conference topics (See the topics of interest in the
ICSA 2019 conference site);

   * the potential for attracting an appropriate number of participants;

   * organizers’ ability to lead a successful workshop and attract

   * balance and synergy with other ICSA events.


A workshop, tutorial, or panel may be canceled or merged with others after
the early registration deadline if too few participants have registered to
make the event viable.

For more information please contact the CSEE&T 2020 organizing committee at
mailto:cseet2020organization-ase at in.tum.de



*Important Dates*



*Technical Program*


Research Papers, Industrial Experience Reports, Journal First Submissions,
Poster, Tool, Panels:


Abstract due                  01 February 2020

Submission deadline           08 February 2020

Notification of decisions     04 April    2020

Camera-ready versions due     09 May      2020


*Workshop & Tutorial Proposals*


Submission deadline           30 November 2020

Notification of acceptance    15 December 2020 or earlier

Camera-ready versions due     09 May      2020

WORKSHOP DAYS                 28-29 July  2020


CONFERENCE IN MUNICH          29-31 July  2020



*Organizing Committee*


General Chairs:

* Stephan Krusche, Technical University Munich, Germany

* Bernd Brügge, Technical University Munich, Germany

* Bastian Tenbergen, State University of New York at Oswego, USA


Program Chairs:

* Elke Hochmüller, Carinthia Univ. of Applied Sciences, Austria

* Marian Daun, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany


Proceedings Chair:

* Kevin Wendt, University of Minnesota, USA


Satellite Event Co-Chairs:

* Reem Ayouby, Concordia University, Canada

* Patricia Brockmann, TH Nuremberg, Germany


ASEE&T Co-Chairs:

* Nancy Mead, Software Engineering Institute, USA

* Dan Port, University of Hawai'i at Manoa, USA


Publicity Chair:

* Nadine von Frankenberg, Technical University Munich, Germany


Financial Coordination Chair

* Eric Wong, University of Texas at Dallas, USA


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Dr. Bastian Tenbergen
Asst. Professor for Software Engineering

Department of Computer Science
427 Shineman Center
State University of New York at Oswego
7060 State Route 104
Oswego, NY, 13126, USA
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