Industrial experience papers should describe practical experiences related to software process improvement with relevance to other practitioners.
10 selected experience/industry papers will be published in a special issue of the Wiley SPI in Practice Series. 6 selected experience papers will be published in a special volume of Elsevier science and 6 selected papers will be published in a special volume of the IET software journal. Further 4-6 papers addressing people issues in SPI are selected for a volume of an international people magazine. All accepted experience/industry papers will be published in a Publizon book.
All papers will be reviewed by two members of the industrial program committee. Papers will be evaluated according to significance of the contribution, clarity and adaptability of concepts. Please be aware if papers do not conform to the typing instructions, they will not be accepted
How to Submit
Please follow the following steps for submitting a paper:
Your experience paper should comprise 8 to 9 pages.
The paper has to be uploaded at the EuroSPI conference website (see below).
Authors of accepted papers will be asked to write a final paper of 8 to maximum 10 pages and to prepare a 20 minutes PowerPoint presentation.
The final paper have to be uploaded at the EuroSPI conference website again to be included in the EuroSPI2 proceedings.
Please read first the author submission guide. More...
Deadlines for experience/industry paper submission:
24.02.2012 - The first draft of the experience/industry paper should not exceed 8 pages. Please use the above word template and upload the paper by using the below Experience/Industry Paper Upload function. If it´s not possible for you to use the upload function, please send the paper to rmess(at)iscn.com
23.04.2012 - Contribution of final experience paper. Please upload the corrected version of your paper again. If it´s not possible for you to use the upload function, please send the paper to rmess(at)iscn.com
25.05.2012 - Until 25.5.2012 an early registration is possible. Authors need to register by the early date, otherwise the contribution will be de-selected.