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International Conference on Software Engineering
Orlando, Florida, USA
May 19-25, 2002

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ICSE 2002 State-Of-The-Art Presentation Proposals


The SOA track will enable experts to present their views on the future of existing and emerging trends in software engineering.


We are looking for SOA proposals in both traditional and emerging areas of software engineering. Submissions are encouraged on topics that comprise mainstream software engineering (e.g., software requirements, architecture, design, process, analysis, testing). Submissions are also encouraged in areas that traditionally have been considered outside of software engineering (e.g., robotics, nano-technology, medical informatics), but that are likely to have significant implications on this field in the future. The proposed topics may be broad in scope (e.g., Program Verification Techniques) or they may address specific problems deemed to be of interest and importance (e.g., XML-Based Web Portals).

Review Process

The SOA committee will review each SOA proposal. Acceptance will be based on an evaluation of the authors' qualifications, the proposed topic's relevance, and the extent to which the topic is deemed to be thought-provoking and likely to generate discussion. The accepted SOA proposals will be complemented by several invited SOA talks.

Important Dates

Submissions Due October 21, 2001
Notification November 30, 2001

Contact Information

Nenad Medvidovic, SOA Chair
Computer Science Department
Henry Salvatori Computer Center 338
University of Southern California
Los Angeles, CA 90089-0781

Phone: +1-213-740-5579
Fax: +1-213-740-4927

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