Industrial Participation and Sponsorship for ICSE 2002
We would particularly like to invite and encourage participation by industry, in the form of paper, panel and tutorial submissions. Significant experiences, positive or negative, with the application of methods, metrics, technology and tools in real world situations will be especially welcome. Issues related to the customization and adoption of software engineering techniques, or their adaptation to specific industries, will also be valued.
Industry can show their support for industrial strength software engineering theory and practice by sponsoring different parts of the program, hosting specific events or elements, or sponsoring the conference as a whole. Different levels of sponsorship will provide visibility of company logo and name on the conference materials and associated items, as well as some number of complementary registrations for employees of the sponsors.
This is a formidable opportunity for the Latin American industry to participate in a fundamental event in the yearly calendar of Software Engineers world-wide. As a region that has historically been unfavored by its remoteness with regard to the frequent location of the mainstay conferences, ICSE 2002 in Buenos Aires is a windfall. Start your plans today, participate and support what must become the landmark of software engineering conferences in the region. Your progress, special needs, and particular problems are a 'must-see' for attendees from all over the globe. We expect your collaboration to make this the most successful ICSE yet. Help us make this the event the industry deserves and get in return a snapshot of the state of the art in Software Engineering that will boost your personnel with new ideas and renewed energy. Send ideas on local participation and all proposals to Martin Griss or Jorge Boria.
For more information, contact Martin L. Griss, Industry Chair, or Jorge Boria, regional liason:
Martin L. Griss, Hewlett-Packard Laboratories
Jorge Boria, TeraQuest Metrics
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