Debra J. Richardson,
University of California, Irvine (USA)
Posters provide an excellent opportunity to show late-breaking results and
ongoing work or finished results during the conference. Note that not all
types of work in software engineering can be presented effectively using
posters during the conference. Prospective submitters should carefully
consider how their work may be presented.
15 February 1997
5:00 p.m. (17:00) PST.
Submissions will be reviewed by a panel of experts in the field using the
standard ICSE criteria: originality, importance and generality of
contribution, soundness of rationale or demonstration, quality of written
and graphic presentation, and appropriate citation of relevant literature.
Authors should prepare a four page description of their poster for review.
The description should provide: (a) a summary of the technical content of
the poster and (b) a description of how the material will be presented on
Authors will be notified of acceptance or rejection by the end of
At the Conference
Posters will have display space (approximately 2.5 m by 1.2 m), with a
table for other materials, optionally including an informal demonstration
and/or videotape. Author(s) will be expected to be present at scheduled
times for informal discussions at their posters. (The conference will not
provide any electronic equipment for demonstration or presentation of
cd-rom or videotapes; use and security of such equipment is fully the
- The poster should effectively communicate the material without the presence
of the author, as posters will remain posted throughout the entire
conference. Dedicated interactive poster sessions, where presenters will
be available at their posters to discuss the work and answer questions will
be scheduled during conference breaks and other appropriate times.
- Your submission must be in English.
- Electronic and fax submissions are not accepted.
- Submissions which arrive after the deadline will not be considered.
- Your submission should contain no proprietary or confidential material
and should cite no proprietary or confidential publications. Your
submission should not be a demonstration of a commercial product.
- Responsibility for permissions to use video, audio or pictures of
identifiable people rests with you, not ICSE 97.
- If your submission is accepted, it will not be published without copyright
release forms signed by the first-listed author or a representative of the
first author's institution.
- We strongly suggest the use of express mail or a courier service, for
speedy delivery. Customs labels should bear the words "Educational
materials with no commercial value."
Please follow the steps in this checklist to ensure completeness of your
- Read the Invitation To Submit.
- Fill out Cover Page One.
- Prepare an Informal Sketch of the poster for review, as described above.
- Collect Cover Page One and the Sketch in a packet; make
6 copies of the packet. Use 8.5 x 11 inch or A4 paper.
- Make sure each copy of the packet is STAPLED, not loose or held by clips.
- You may include a self-addressed reply postcard which will be mailed to
acknowledge receipt of your submission.
- Send the 6 copies of your submission packet and the reply postcard,
to the Posters Coordinator at the Send To address shown below.
Debra J. Richardson
Information and Computer Science
University of California, Irvine
Irvine, California, 92717-3425, USA
For more information
Contact the ICSE 97 Posters Coordinator.
1997 International Conference on Software Engineering
Last modified: 22 Feb 1997