ACM/SIGSOFT 2002: ACM SIGSOFT 2002 - Tenth International Symposium on the Foundations of Software Engineering (FSE-10). November 18-22, 2002. Charleston, South Carolina, USA, ACM, Charleston, South Carolina, USA 2002.

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Subject: [Fgcscw] CFP: SIGSOFT 2002/FSE-10: Deadline approaching

*The FSE-10 submission deadline is approaching: Friday March 15.

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Call for Papers

Tenth International Symposium on the
Foundations of Software Engineering (FSE-10)

November 18-22, 2002
Westin Francis Marion Hotel
Charleston, South Carolina, USA

SIGSOFT 2002 brings together researchers and practitioners from
academia and industry to exchange new results related to both
traditional and emerging fields of software engineering. We invite
submission of technical papers which report results of theoretical,
empirical, and experimental work, as well as experience with
technology transition.

TOPICS OF INTEREST. We encourage submissions in any field of software
engineering, including, but not limited to:

   * Component-Based Software Engineering
  * Distributed, Web-Based, and Internet-scale Software Engineering
  * Empirical Studies of Software Tools and Methods
  * Feature Interaction and Crosscutting Concerns
  * Generic Programming and Software Reuse
  * Requirements Engineering
  * Software Analysis and Model Checking
  * Software Architectures
  * Software Configuration Management
  * Software Engineering and Security
  * Software Engineering Tools and Environments
  * Software Information Management
  * Software Metrics
  * Software Performance Engineering
  * Software Process and Workflow
  * Software Reengineering
  * Software Reliability Engineering
  * Software Safety
  * Software Testing
  * Specification and Verification
  * User Interfaces

SUBMISSION. Paper submissions will be made electronically via the
Web, at the conference web site. Both an abstract and the full paper
must be submitted together by the submission deadline. People without
Web access must make advance arrangements with the Program Chair by
email at least one week before the submission deadline. Papers must
not exceed ten (10) 8.5"x11" single spaced pages using a 10-point or
larger font. Complete formatting instructions for accepted papers
will be provided on the web site under Instructions for Authors.
Accepted papers must be accompanied by a signed ACM copyright release
form. Templates for papers are available at the conference web site.

EVALUATION. Paper submissions will be reviewed by the program
committee for originality, significance, soundness, and quality of
presentation. Papers must clearly present an original contribution to
the state-of-the-art. Experience papers are welcome, but they must
clearly present general lessons learned that would be of interest and
benefit to a broad audience of both researchers and practitioners.
Papers must describe work that has not been submitted to or presented
at another forum.

TUTORIALS and WORKSHOPS. Contact the Tutorials Chair for information
on tutorials and the workshop co-chairs for information on the

  Workshop on Program Analysis for Software Tools and Engineering
  (PASTE '02)

   Workshop on Self-Healing Systems

STUDENT RESEARCH FORUM, including Student Posters

   FSE-10 Paper Submission Deadline: March 15, 2002
   FSE-10 Author Notification: June 3, 2002
   FSE-10 Student Poster Submission Deadline: August 15, 2002
   FSE-10 Camera Ready Deadline: September 2, 2002
   SIGSOFT 2002: November 18-22, 2002
   PASTE '02: November 18-19, 2002
   Workshop on Self-Healing Systems: November 19, 2002
   FSE-10: November 20-22, 2002

Sponsored by ACM SIGSOFT. In cooperation with ACM SIGPLAN.

General Chair
  Mary Lou Soffa, Univ. of Pittsburgh,

Program Chair
  William Griswold, Univ. of Calif., San Diego,

Program Committee
  Joanne M. Atlee, U. of Waterloo
  Premkumar Devanbu, U. of Calif., Davis
  Matthew Dwyer, Kansas State U.
  Michael Ernst, MIT Laboratory for Computer Science
  John Field, IBM T.J. Watson Res. Center
  David Garlan, Carnegie Mellon U.
  Martin Glinz, U. of Zurich
  Andre van der Hoek,  U. of Calif., Irvine
  Paola Inverardi, U. of L'Aquila
  Jens Jahnke, U. of Victoria
  John C. Knight, U. of Virginia
  Axel van Lamsweerde, U. Catholique de Louvain
  Kenichi Matsumoto, Nara Institute of Science and Technology
  Atif Memon, U. of Maryland
  Kumiyo Nakakoji, SRA-KTL Inc./NAIST
  Adam Porter, U. of Maryland
  Sriram Rajamani, Microsoft Research
  Gruia-Catalin Roman, Washington U., St. Louis
  Gregg Rothermel, Oregon State U.
  Barbara G. Ryder, Rutgers U.
  Andreas Zeller, U. of Saarland

Tutorials Chair
  Wilhelm Schaefer, U. of Paderborn,

Student and Diversity Programs
  Mary Jean Harrold, Chair, Georgia Tech,
  Lori Pollock, Student Research Forum, U. of Delaware,

Publicity Chair
  Debra A. Brodbeck, U. of Calif., Irvine,

Local Arrangements
  Paul Buhler, College of Charleston,
  Margaret Francel, The Citadel,
  Christopher Starr, College of Charleston,

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