[ecoop-info] Call for Participation: ICSE 2010, May 2-8, 2010 in Cape Town, South Africa (early reg to Feb. 28)
icse2010 at yahoo.com
Fri Feb 5 20:51:07 CET 2010
CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
EARLY REGISTRATION DEADLINE: February 28, 2010
32nd ACM/IEEE International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE)
May 1-8, 2010
Cape Town, South Africa
is the premier forum for researchers to present and discuss the most
recent innovations, trends, results, experiences and concerns in the
field of software engineering. It includes a multi-track conference,
technical tutorials and workshops, a programme of demonstrations and an
exhibition along with social functions to provide an ideal opportunity
to learn and network with like-minded colleagues from around the world.
ICSE 2010 includes:
- Welcome Address and Keynotes:
The Most Reverend Desmond Tutu, Clem Sunter, Prof Fred Schneider, Sir David King
- Technical/Research Track with 54 papers
- Software Engineering in Practice Track
- Software Engineering Education Track
- 18 Tutorials
- 24 Workshops
- New and Emerging Results Track
- Research Demonstrations
- Doctoral Symposium
- Emerging Faculty Symposium
- Software Engineering in South Africa Track
5 May: New Horizons in Software Tools, Techniques and Data Event and an
African Extravaganza with evening meal sponsored by Microsoft Research
Thursday 6 May: Awards Banquet
Some Workshops will hold their own dinners
Early registration deadline is Feb. 28, 2010
The fees can be seen at: For early registration for members of ACM/IEEE/CSSA:
3-day conference: ca. $650
Full-day tutorial: ca. $325
(note: similar tutorial content costs 2-3 times that much at commercial
conferences, so the cheap prices already compensate for most of your flight!)
Full-day workshop: ca. $225
In other words: Cutting-edge topics and top experts at very reasonable prices.
Student prices are very, very much cheaper.
We'd love to take your extra money, but you can save by registering before 28 February.
>From March 1 to April 15 is the normal registration price.
Starting April 16 the late registration prices take effect.
Visa letters are ordered with your registration.
VENUE and ACCOMMODATION
conference is in the world-class Cape Town International Convention
Centre situated between the Cape Town CBD and the vibrant V & A
Waterfront. Discounted prices have been agreed at a group of hotels all
within walking distance of the venue and can be booked along with your
registration. Alternatively, you may want to consider trying one of the
standard online hotel booking services.
Jeff Kramer, Imperial College, London, UK
Judith Bishop, Microsoft Research, Redmond, USA
Prem Devanbu, University of California at Davis, USA
Sebastian Uchitel, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina
ACM SIGSOFT, IEEE Computer Society, Technical Council of Software Engineering
Computer Society of South Africa (CSSA), Microsoft Research, IBM Research, University of Pretoria
ICSE 2010 Information is online (and continuously updated) at:
IN SUMMARY: a great program at great prices at a world-class venue.
miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to meet with the Top experts
in the field in this fascinating location. We look forward to seeing
you in Cape Town.
Daniela Damian and Frances Paulisch
ICSE 2010 Publicity Chairs
(reachable for questions via icse2010 at yahoo.com)
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