Paper and proposal submissions are now closed. Check our workshops program for details of calls for workshop submissions.

Technical Papers - Research and Experience - SUBMISSIONS CLOSED
Technical papers should describe innovative and significant work in the research and practice of software engineering. Research papers should describe a novel contribution to software engineering. Experience papers should describe a significant experience in applying software engineering technology. Technical papers report on a range of topics relevant to the software engineering community, including software engineering principles, theories, techniques, tools, and empirical evaluations.

While there will not be a separate Education and Training track at ICSE 2004, authors are strongly encouraged to submit papers on education and training to the main track of technical papers. Past experience with education and training papers suggests that most such submissions should be designated as "experience" papers in the submission form used on the submission Web site.

ICSE 2004 is also inviting proposals for Panels. We particularly welcome proposals for highly interactive Panel events that emphasise question and answer sessions and encourage lively debate. Panel proposals should be submitted by email to the Program Co-Chairs. (Deadline 11:59 Apia Time 27th October 2003)

Doctoral Symposium - SUBMISSIONS CLOSED
The Doctoral Symposium is a forum for Ph.D. students to discuss their research goals, methods and results at an early stage in their research. It is an opportunity for student participants to interact with other students at a similar stage in their careers, established researchers and the broader software engineering community.

Research (formal) Demos - SUBMISSIONS CLOSED
Research demonstrations enable participants to view research systems in action and to discuss these systems with their creators. These demonstrations are intended to show early, non-commercial implementations of novel software engineering concepts.

Informal Demos and Posters - SUBMISSIONS CLOSED
The Informal Demos and Poster program complements the main program by offering an opportunity for authors to present late-breaking or as-yet incomplete research results, or significant work-in-progress.

We are currently accepting proposals for tutorial sessions. The ICSE tutorial program provides conference participants with the opportunity to gain new insights, knowledge, and skills in a broad range of areas of software engineering. Participants at the tutorials include software practitioners, managers, teachers, researchers, and students seeking to gain a better understanding of software engineering.

We are currently accepting proposals for workshop sessions. Workshops provide a forum for a group of (typically 25 to 40) participants to exchange opinions on topics in research and/or applications. Position statements will be invited.

Student Volunteers - SUBMISSIONS CLOSED
Student volunteers are an indispensable part of any ICSE conference. This year is no exception. We're looking for enthusiastic and reliable people from around the World to help us make ICSE 2004 the best yet.

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