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We invite tutorial proposals that will benefit practitioners and academics who seek to understand and investigate the multifaceted aspects of Global Software Engineering (GSE). Thus, we encourage tutorial submissions that can develop practitioner or researcher skills in the field of Global Software Engineering, which includes topics in social, behavioral and human sciences, collaborative work, Human-Computer Interaction, and Software Engineering, in particular, technology, and processes that can deal with distance, time, cultural and communication barriers.
Requirements for Tutorial Proposal Submission
• Objective: Title, expected goals, objectives and motivation of the tutorial.
• Proposal Outline: A detailed outline of the presentation (max 4 pages). Shall include a list of covered topics.
• Instructor qualification: A brief description of the instructor(s) indicating the relevant qualifications and teaching experience.
• Tutorial level: Introductory, Intermediate or Advanced.
• Intended audience: it should be indicated to whom the tutorial is aimed.
• Proposals must be submitted in the MS Word or PDF format.
• Designed as half-day sessions, including coffee breaks.
All submissions will be evaluated using the following criteria:
• Relevance, interest, and value of the topic to ICGSE attendees.
• Completeness, clarity, and quality of the tutorial proposal.
• Expertise of the presenters in the proposed topic.
• Effectiveness of the proposed presentation approach.
Conference attendees usually consider the reputation of the presenters as one of their criteria for selecting a tutorial. It is expected that the presenters listed in the submitted proposal will be at the conference to present their tutorials. The presenters agree to provide participants with teaching materials that include:
• A detailed outline and explanatory text equivalent to the oral component of the tutorial.
• Copies of the slides, relevant articles or books may be provided as supplementary information but do not replace the text material of the handout.
• Presenters must obtain the copyright permission for their material.
Five or more participants must register for the tutorial for it to run.
Tutorial proposals are due: February 5th, 2016
Email submissions to both Tutorial Chairs, Ban Al-Ani, ADP, (email@example.com) and Roberto Silva Filho, GE Global Research, (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Submission information is available in PDF here.
For information regarding other relevant dates, please visit the Important Dates page.