ICSE 2002 Posters and Informal Research Demo Proposals
Posters and informal demonstrations at ICSE2002 will provide the opportunity to exhibit speculative or untested ideas and to discuss these ideas with conference participants. Posters and informal demonstrations are appropriate for work that is very new, in a prototype stage, or otherwise not as fully developed as a formal research demonstration. Submissions by young researchers and PhD students at early stages of their research are especially encouraged.
Exhibitors are expected to attend the poster and informal demonstration exhibition during breaks for exchange of ideas and discussion with ICSE2002 participants. Exhibitors are responsible for preparing their own posters. The conference will provide the easels for displaying the posters and informal demonstrations, but will not provide any computing equipment such as computers, disk drives, or monitors.
Accepted posters and informal demonstrations will be included in the conference proceedings.
The poster proposals should clearly indicate the novelty of the approach and indicate how the ideas will be presented graphically on the poster. The informal demonstration proposals should outline the supported technique or method and discuss how the exhibited tool and environment supports it. The proposals will be evaluated on their originality, importance and generality of contribution, soundness, quality of written and graphic presentation, appropriate consideration of relevant literature, and their relevance to the conference.
How to Submit
The format of poster and informal demonstration proposals (two pages or fewer each) may be ASCII text (plain or HTML), or Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) files.
In addition to the proposal you must also submit a one-half page (e.g. one column of a two column page of text) summary for inclusion in the conference proceedings.
Submit the proposals via e-mail to the address below.
Martina Marré, <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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