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QSIC 2003 Call for Papers -- Deadline Approaching

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Apologise if you receive multiple copies of this call  for paper.

       -------------------------------------------------------
      |                                                       |
      |              QSIC 2003: Call for Papers        |
      |                                                       |
      |   Third International Conference on Quality Software  |
      |                                                       |
      |    Friendship Hotel, Beijing, September 25-26, 2003   |
      |                                                       |
      |             http://lcs.ios.ac.cn/~qsic03              |
       -------------------------------------------------------

Software is playing an increasingly important role in our day-to-day
life.  However, software today -- unlike automobiles, bridges, or
office towers -- is produced without the benefit of established
standards. It is well known that there are still unresolved errors in
many of the software systems that we are using every day. The aim of
this conference is to provide a forum to bring together researchers
and practitioners working on improving the quality of software, to
present new results and exchange ideas in this challenging area.

We solicit research papers and experience reports on various aspects
of quality software. See a list of topics of interests and submission
guidelines below. Submissions must not have been published or be
concurrently considered for publication elsewhere. All submissions
will be judged on the basis of originality, contribution, technical
and presentation quality, and relevance to the conference. The
proceedings will be published by IEEE Computer Society Press. Selected
papers will appear as a special issue of Information and Software
Technology, an international journal published by Elsevier.
  ------------------------------------------------------------------------

Topics of submissions include, but not limited to:

   * Automated software testing
   * Configuration management and version control
   * Conformance testing
   * Cost estimation
   * Debugging
   * Economics of software quality and testing
   * Formal methods
   * Metrics and measurement
   * Model checking
   * Performance and robustness testing
   * Process assessment and certification
   * Quality evaluation of software products and components
   * Quality management and assurance
   * Quality measurement and benchmarking
   * Reliability
   * Review, inspection, and walkthrough
   * Risk management
   * Safety and security
   * Software quality education
   * Specification-based testing
   * Static and dynamic analysis
   * Testability
   * Testing of object-oriented systems
   * Testing of concurrent and real-time systems
   * Testing strategies, tools, processes, and standards
   * Tool support for improving software quality
   * Validation and verification
   * Application areas such as e-commerce, component-based systems, digital
     libraries, distributed systems, embedded systems, enterprise
     applications, information systems, Internet, mobile applications,
     multimedia, and Web-based systems
  ------------------------------------------------------------------------

Submission Guidelines

Manuscripts should be typeset in English, and can be submitted as
either long papers (within 3000-5000 words, between 6 and 10 pages, in
fonts no smaller than 10pt with single-line spacing) or short papers
(less than 3000 words and no more than 5 pages). The cover page of the
manuscript should include:

   * the type of submission (research paper or experience report),
   * the title of the paper with 150-word abstract and 3 to 6 keywords,
   * three most relevant topics, preferably chosen from the above list of
     topics of interests,
   * the affiliation, correspondence address, email address, phone and fax
     numbers of each author, indicating the contact author if different from
     the first author.

Submissions will be carried out electronically via the Web. Submission
instructions will be available at http://lcs.ios.ac.cn/~qsic03. Papers must
be submitted as PostScript documents that are interpretable by Ghostscript,
or in PDF format. In case this requirement is a difficulty please contact
the program co-chairs by sending a message to [log in to unmask]
  ------------------------------------------------------------------------

Important Dates

   March 10, 2003:    Submission deadline
   May 16, 2003:      Acceptance notification
  ------------------------------------------------------------------------

Organizer

   Institute of Software, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

Co-Organizers

   Software Engineering Group, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
   Centre for Software Engineering, Swinburne Univ of Technology, Australia
  ------------------------------------------------------------------------

Keynote speakers

David Harel             Weizmann Institute of Science
Ivar Jacobson           Rational Software Corp.
  ------------------------------------------------------------------------


Steering Committee

Chair

    T.H. Tse            The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Members

    T.Y. Chen        Swinburne University of Technology
    Peter C. Poole   Emeritus Professor, University of Melbourne
    C.V. Ramamoorthy University of California at Berkeley
    Stephen S. Yau   Arizona State University
  ------------------------------------------------------------------------

Program Committee

Co-Chairs

   Hans-Dieter Ehrich    Technical University of Braunschweig
   Huimin Lin            Institute of Software, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Members

   Doo-Hwan Bae       Korea Advanced Inst. of Sci. and Technology
   David Basin        University of Freiburg
   Antonia Bertolino  Italian National Research Council
   Maarten Boasson    University of Amsterdam
   Marcos Borges      University of Federal Rio de Janiro
   Lionel Briand      Carleton University
   Ugo Buy            University of Illinois at Chicago
   David Card         Software Productivity Consortium
   David Carrington   University of Queensland
   Jason Chen         National Centeral University
   S.C. Cheung        Hong Kong Univ of Science and Technology
   William Chu        TungHai University
   Jin Song Dong      National University of Singapore
   Khaled El-Emam     Canadian National Research Council
   Jose Fiadeiro      University of Leicester
   Volker Gruhn       University of Leipzig
   Jifeng He          United Nations University
   Stanislaw Jarzabek National University of Singapore
   Lorraine Johnston  Swinburne University of Technology
   Mathai Joseph      Tata Consultancy Services
   Ho-Won Jung        Korea University
   K. Kishida         Software Research Association
   Bodgan Korel       Illinois Institute of Technology
   Francis Lau        University of Hong Kong
   Insup Lee          University of Pennsylvania
   Kecheng Liu        University of Reading
   Jian Lu            Nanjing University
   Tom Maibaum        King's College of London
   Aditya P. Mathur   Purdue University
   Hong Mei           Peking University
   Ugo Montanari      Universita' di Pisa
   Gregg Rothermel    Oregon State University
   Isidro Ramos       Universidad Politecnica de Valencia
   Wilhelm Schafer    University of Paderborn
   Tetsuo Tamai       University of Tokyo
   Barrie Thompson    University of Sunderland
   Wei-Tek Tsai       Arizona State University
   Ji Wang            National Lab for Parallel & Distributed Processing
   Roel Wieringa      University of Twente
   Martin Woodward    University of Liverpool
   Y.T. Yu            City University of Hong Kong
   Kang Zhang         University of Texas at Dallas
   Bosheng Zhou       Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics
  ------------------------------------------------------------------------

Organizing Committee

Co-Chairs

   Kai-Yuan Cai       Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics
   Jian Zhang         Institute of Software, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Treasurer

   Haiming Chen       Institute of Software, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Mmebers

   Sudipto Ghosh     Colorado State University

   Frank Padberg      Karlsruhe Universitat

   Jean-Guy Schneider Swinburne University of Technology

   Baowen Xu          Southeast University

  ------------------------------------------------------------------------

Conference venue

   The Friendship Hotel (http://www.BJfriendshiphotel.com) is located
in Zhong Guan Cun, the heart of IT in China, with easy access to the
city center and sightseeing spots by public transportations. The
hotel is claimed to be the largest garden-style hotel in Asia. Part of
it was provided by the Chinese government to HM Norodom Sihanouk of
Cambodia as Palace-on-exile in the late-60's and early 70's.
  ------------------------------------------------------------------------

Enquiries

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