Register Now for ICSE 2011 Technical Briefings


ICSE Technical Briefings provide a venue for communicating new insights, knowledge, and skills in a broad range of areas of software engineering. Participants at the technical briefings include practitioners, managers, teachers, researchers and students seeking to gain a better understanding of particular aspects of software engineering. Technical Briefings are a great way to get a broad overview of multiple topics in a single day. Prior experience in the topic areas is not necessary.

The Technical Briefings program will be held on Tuesday, May 24, 2011, the day before the main conference. Individual briefings will be on particular topics and will be 90 minutes long. There will be three parallel tracks, for a total of 12 briefings.

A common question is "Are Technical Briefings the same as tutorials?" The answer is that they are a new and improved type of tutorial. In the previous ICSE tutorial model, attendees had to commit to just one topic for a whole or half day. Instead, with the Technical Briefings program, registrants can attend four full technical briefings in just one day or hop between all twelve. Attendees do not have to decide which briefs to attend in advance, and, best of all, attendees get all this for just one price!

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Technical Briefing Topics for 2011:

  • Requirements Traceability in Software Intensive Systems
  • Studying Software Engineering as a Human Activity
  • Optimizing Software Testing
  • Software Engineering for Secure Systems
  • Mining Software Engineering Data
  • Towards Industrialization of Business Application Development Using a Model-driven Approach
  • Symbolic Execution and Software Testing
  • Empirical Software Engineering, Version 2.0
  • REST: The Emerging Architectural Style for Service Oriented Computing
  • Patents and Software Engineering
  • Software Visualization - Principles and Practice
  • Context-bounded Verification of Concurrent Software

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