[ecoop-info] 2nd Student Contest on Software Engineering (SCORE 2011), part of ICSE 2011

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                      FIRST CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
                Student Contest on Software Engineering
                              SCORE 2011

                             part of the
   33rd International Conference in Software Engineering (ICSE 2011)
               21-28 May 2011, Waikiki, Honolulu, Hawaii

Finals of the second Student Contest on Software Engineering (SCORE)
will be  held at ICSE 2011 in Waikiki. Teams of undergraduate and
M.S. students from all over the world will compete on projects chosen
from a diverse list.  SCORE  projects can be undertaken in the context
of software engineering courses, and  student teams will also interact
with a project stakeholder from the SCORE  committee.

The SCORE Contest is aimed at promoting and fostering software
engineering in universities worldwide.  Evaluation of submitted
projects includes  an assessment of overall project quality (not only
code). Overall awards  and special recognitions for projects using
formal methods and geographically  distributed projects will be made.
Students and instructors have enthusiastically  reported that
participating in SCORE enlivens the project experience.

Call For Participation (including contest rules and awards):
List of available projects:
Useful information for instructors of Software Engineering classes:
Information for teams interested in competing for the Formal Methods award:

* February 2010: Publication of the project topics on the SCORE website;
     team registrations open.
* March 2010: Teams may start to submit summary reports
     (submissions open).
* 30 November 2010: Registration for participation closes.
* 15 January 2011: Submission for the summary reports closes.
* 15 February 2011: Selection of the semi-finalist teams, among which
     the finalists of the contest will be selected.
* 28 February 2011: Deadline for the submission of the
     final deliverable.
* 28 March 2011: Announcement of the finalists, who will be invited
     to ICSE 2011.
* ICSE 2011 (May 21-28 2011): Final evaluation and presentation of
     the awards.

The submission deadlines are designed to accommodate participation
by teams in one-semester software engineering courses worldwide.

Matteo Rossi, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Michal Young, University of Oregon, USA
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