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Student Volunteer Applications


By February 28, 2001 for notification.


The student volunteer program is an exciting opportunity for students from around the world to associate with the top researchers and practitioners in software engineering. ICSE is the premier event in the software engineering arena. About a thousand attendees are expected. In return for at least twenty hours of time, student volunteers will receive a complimentary registration and other benefits. We invite students to get involved and contribute toward making ICSE a big success and an event to be remembered.


As a student volunteer, you will receive various benefits:

  • free conference registration
  • free T-shirt
  • free continental breakfasts
  • free copy of conference proceedings
  • possible attendance of one tutorial (not yet guaranteed)
  • a whole lot of fun and new friends!


Student volunteers are expected to contribute at least 20 hours of help, during which conference activities such as paper sessions, exhibits, and tutorials, etc., may not be attended. In the past, volunteers have helped with:

  • pre-conference preparation
  • the information desk
  • tutorials
  • workshops
  • the Window on the World (WOW) daily conference newsletter
  • post-conference cleanup

The student volunteers chairs will coordinate the student volunteers and work as editors of the daily newsletter.

Student volunteers need to be enrolled in a full-time undergraduate or graduate program at the time of the conference.

Signing Up

ICSE will require 38 volunteers. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please do the following:

  • Send contact information and evidence of full-time enrollment to the address below.
  • Subscribe to the student volunteer mailing list.
  • Send email to icse2001sv@varlet.uvic.ca to introduce yourself to others on the mailing list.

If we receive more applications than needed, we will select a number of applicants on a lottery basis. We are looking forward to hearing from you!

Acceptance Notification

By February 28, 2001 for notification.


Michael Godfrey

University of Waterloo
Department of Computer Science
200 University Avenue
Waterloo. ON, Canada
N2L 3G1

Voice: +1-519-888-4567 (x4437)
Fax: +1-519-885-1208
E-mail: migod@plg.uwaterloo.ca

Jens H. Jahnke

Department of Computer Science
University of Victoria
P.O. Box 3055, STN CSC
Victoria, BC, Canada
V8W 3P6

Voice: +1-250-472-4542
Fax: +1-250-721-7292
E-mail: jens@csr.uvic.ca

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