Industry / Government Submissions

Paper Submission Deadline (Industry/Government Submissions): December 15 December 29th, 2013
Notification to Authors (Industry/Government Submissions): January 31 February 14th, 2014
Camera-Ready Deadline (Industry/Government Submissions): February 28, 2014
Submission Site: EasyChair

ASWEC 2014 is looking for experience reports, case studies and research presentations that discuss the application of Software Engineering practices in the real context. This provides opportunities to software engineers and thought leaders to share, network and learn from each other through the presentation of industry success and failure cases. Industry presentations will provide important insights into future research directions and share practices which worked and which did not work. We invite submissions that discuss lessons learned and share experiences about the benefits and limitations of Software Engineering practices. Industry/government submissions should be based on actual practice, and should cover all sides of the story – strengths and weaknesses, successes and challenges relevant to Software Engineering practices. Prospective presenters are invited to submit an abstract (500-1000 words approximately) which outlines the proposed presentation with some key takeaways; additional material such as proposed slides or more discussion may also be submitted. All industry/government submissions will be reviewed by the program committee. Authors of accepted presentations should then provide content (such as the intended presentation slides, or a paper) that will be published in the conference proceedings that are distributed to participants; a “permission to publish” form will need to be signed by the authors or their organizations. Authors also have the option, if they choose, of allowing the published material to be archived in the INFORMIT digital library that is accessible free by members of Engineers Australia, and at a fee by others. One author from each accepted submission is required to register as a delegate and present at the conference.