[ecoop-info] 2nd Call For Papers: 2022 Conference on Software Engineering Education & Training (#cseet2020)

bastian.tenbergen at oswego.edu bastian.tenbergen at oswego.edu
Mon May 3 20:23:41 CEST 2021

         *** CALL FOR PAPERS ***
              CSEE&T 2022
           2022 Conference on 
Software Engineering Education & Training
           in partnership with
    HICSS - The Hawaiian International 
      Conference on System Sciences
            January 4-7, 2022
             Maui, Hawaii, USA

*Call for Papers*


HICSS and CSEE&T invite original contributions and experiences regarding
and teaching software engineering. Although distinction between computer
education and software engineering education should be recognized, the
of systems’ development education and software engineering is welcomed. 

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
 -- Soft Skills Education (SSE)
 -- Social and Cultural Issues (SCI)
 -- Continuous Education (CED)
 -- E-Learning, Online Training, And Education (OTE)
 -- Assessment, Evaluation and Measurements (AEM)
 -- Methodological Aspects (MAE)
 -- Empirical Studies (EST)
 -- Novel Delivery Methods (NDM)
 -- Vision and Future of Education (VFE)
 -- Teaching conceptual modeling (TCM)
 -- Quality Assurance and Reliability(QAR)
 -- Cooperation between Academia and Industry (CAI)
 -- Global and Distributed Education (GDE)

Papers are limited to 10 pages including references and must adhere to HICSS
Paper specifications. 
Limit is five (5) papers per (co-)author. (Details:

We have seen technology changing society in many ways, and unquestionably,
the global pandemic has
accelerated distance working and education. Social distancing has demanded
the adaptation or
creation of services, which means systems and software. Education and
Training have become essential
to support these technological demands. A high-quality environment for
knowledge sharing about
Software Engineering Education and Training is a necessity for scientists,
developers, practitioners,
educators, and students, to promote the adaptation, creation, and
improvement of systems and software.

Therefore, after a productive meeting at HICSS in 2019, CSEE&T (Conference
on Software Engineering
Education and Training) welcomes you back to the pristine island of Maui in

See http://hicss.org for more details.

This is the second time that HICSS and CSEE&T collaborate in promoting a
special track.  The focus is
on “Improving Today’s and Future Systems and Software” through Software
Engineering Education and Training
for students and practitioners. This initiative shall provide a stimulating
and fruitful forum to debate
questions such as: How shall academia and industry support software
engineering education and training in
today’s context? How shall students and practitioners develop or improve
software engineering and systems
development skills? How shall educators and technology support such
development and improvement?

Conference Details can be found at:

*Important Dates*

*SEE&T Track Program*

Submission deadline           15    June      2021, 11:59pm HST
Notification of decisions     17    August    2021
Camera-ready versions due     22    September 2021
Author registration           01    October   2021

CONFERENCE IN MAUI            04-07 January   2022


Daniel Port
  Shidler College of Business
  University of Hawaii at Manoa
  United States
dport at hawaii.edu

Patrick Letouze
  Computer Science Department
  Universidade Federal do Tocantins
patrick.letouze at gmail.com


All accepted submissions are subject to registration and presentation at the
conference as a condition for publication.
By submitting and registering, you agree to be added to the CSEE&T mailing
list. We will never share your data. 

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Please excuse multiple postings.


Dr. Bastian Tenbergen
Asst. Professor of Software Engineering

Department of Computer Science
427 Shineman Center
State University of New York at Oswego
7060 State Route 104
Oswego, NY, 13126, USA
T +1 (315) 312-6605
E  bastian.tenbergen at oswego.edu

“Understand well as I may, my comprehension can only be an infinitesimal
fraction of all I want to understand.” 
     – Ada Countess of Lovelace, Mathematician and “Mother of Computing.”

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