Tutorial Track Program Chair
Subhajit Datta [Singapore University of Technology and Design]
Scope (Tutorial Track)
We solicit tutorial proposals from educators, researchers, and practitioners to present an in-depth study on any topic relevant to software engineering. We are specially interested in proposals which discuss topics that software engineers may find useful in the near future. Tutorial slots are available for half-day or full-day sessions.
To submit a tutorial proposal, please provide the following information in standard ACM format, in no more than 3 pages excluding references. You can use either Word template or Latex format. Make sure that you use US letter page format.
1. Title of Tutorial
2. Background of presenter(s)
Following details are required for each presenter:
2.1 Name, email address, and affiliation
2.2 Short-bio (less than 250 words) citing expertise in the area of the proposed tutorial topic
2.3 Previous experience in presenting tutorials. Please include venue, co-presenter, and duration for each of the previous t tutorials.
3. Extended abstract
This should include the following:
3.1 The concrete objective of the tutorial
3.2 Why the tutorial topic is of interest to the software engineering community
3.3 Details of the topics - like summary of the papers to be presented
This should include the following details:
4.1 Proposed duration
4.2 If multiple speakers are presenting, then division of topics between the speakers
4.3 Intended audience - level (basic or advanced), prerequisites, if any
4.4 Pointers to related materials
4.5 Details of tool demonstration, if any.
4.6 Details of hands-on exercise, if any.
Submission site: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=isec2016
A 2-Page Extended Abstract of the Tutorial will be published in the ACM Digital Library
9TH INDIA SOFTWARE ENGINEERING CONFERENCE
BITS PILANI - GOA CAMPUS, 18-20 (Thursday-Saturday) February 2016