[ecoop-info] CFP ICGSE 2020

Gustavo Henrique Lima Pinto gustavohenrique.86 at gmail.com
Wed Nov 6 23:32:38 CET 2019

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15th IEEE/ACM International Conference on Global Software Engineering
(ICGSE 2020)
Seoul, South Korea
May 23-24, 2020
Co-located with ICSE’20

Conference Overview
The 15th IEEE/ACM International Conference on Global Software Engineering
(ICGSE 2020) in conjunction with ICSE 2020 brings together researchers and
practitioners to share their research findings, experiences, and new ideas
on diverse themes related to global software engineering. For 2020, the
theme of the conference will be "Human-centered global software

Research Track
* Abstract Submission: Jan 24, 2020 (AoE)
* Full Paper Submission: Jan 31, 2020 (AoE)
* Notification: Feb 27, 2020 (AoE)
* Camera Ready: Mar 15, 2020 (AoE)

Industry Track:
Papers/Talk Proposals** - Jan 17
Conditional acceptance - Jan 31
Go/no-go - Feb 21
Camera-ready: Mar 15
** For the Talk proposals, we require a slide deck (see below)

Submissions are invited for unpublished, original work, in the following
* Research papers – full papers (10 pages) and short papers (5 pages),
including those dedicated to training and education. Two more pages
containing only references are permitted
* Experience reports (Industry Track): 5 pages
* Talk Proposals (Industry Track): please, prepare a 2-slide proposal
containing one slide with your photo and the summary of relevant
experience, and second slide with a summary of the proposed talk.

ICGSE 2020 will follow a double-blind review process. Papers must be
submitted electronically through EasyChair, in PDF, following the
ACMconference (2-column) format.
For more information visit: http://icgse.org

* Human Aspects of Distributed Development
  - Diversity and Inclusion
  - Communication, coordination, and
  - Team building
  - Trust and social relationships
  - Newcomers’ onboarding and socialization
* Methods and processes
  - Agile methods in distributed settings
  - Large-scale agile software
  - Lean development
  - DevOps
  - Hybrid processes
  - Remote pair and mob programming
  - Open source software development
  - Crowdsourcing software development
  - SW Architectures and GSE
  - SW Architectures and distributions of component ownership
* Education and training
  - Educational studies
  - GSE curricula
  - Lessons learned on GSE courses
* Global business strategy
  - Business models
  - Economics
  - Hiring in global settings
  - Industrial offshoring and outsourcing
  - Strategic issues
  - Supplier management
* Technologies supporting distributed work
  - Collaboration tools
  - ALM/PLM for distributed teams
  - Infrastructure for distributed development
  - Social media support
  - Chatbots
* Emerging Technologies to support/improve GSE
  - Augmented reality/extended reality
  - Artificial Intelligence
  - Blockchain
  - Wearables

* General Chair:    Paolo Tell (ITU, Denmark)
* Steering Committee chair: Filippo Lanubile (Univ of Bari, Italy)
* Program Co-chairs:
Igor Steinmacher (Northern Arizona University, USA)
Ricardo Britto (Ericsson/BTH, Sweden)
* Experience Reports co-chairs:
Josiane Kroll (University of Manitoba, Canada)
Anna Filippova (GitHub, USA)
* Social media chair
Gustavo Pinto (UFPA, Brazil)
* Proceedings chair
Igor Wiese (UTFPR, Brazil)

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