|CNF: QW2001 Call For Participation email@example.com (SR) (2000-12-06)|
|Date:||6 Dec 2000 00:19:23 -0500|
|Posted-Date:||06 Dec 2000 00:19:22 EST|
CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
INTERNATIONAL INTERNET & SOFTWARE QUALITY WEEK 2001 (QW2001)
Conference Theme: The Internet Wave
San Francisco, California USA
May 29 - June 1, 2001
The 21st century introduced new technologies and new challenges.
We need answers to critical questions: What are the software quality issues
for 2001 and beyond? What about quality on the Internet? What about embedded
System Quality? What about E-Commerce Quality? Where do the biggest Quality
problems arise? What new Quality approaches and techniques will be needed
QW2001 will bring focus on the future of software quality with a careful,
honest look at the recent past, and a future-oriented view of the coming
The QW2001 program consists of four days of mini-tutorials, panels, technical
papers and workshops that focus on soft-ware test automation and new internet
tech-nology. QW2001 provides the Software Testing and QA / QC community with:
o Real-World Experience from Leading Industry and Government Technologists.
o Quality Assurance and Test involvement in the development process.
o E-commerce Reliability / Assurance.
o State-of-the-art information on software & internet quality methods.
o Vendor Technical Presentations.
o Six parallel tracks with over 80 Presentations.
Abstracts and Proposals Due: 15 December 2000
Notification of Participation: 25 February 2001
Camera Ready Materials Due: 31 March 2001
Final Paper Length: 10 - 20 pages
Slides / View Graphs: Max 15 pages ( < 2 slides/page)
We are soliciting 45 and 90-minute presentations or participation in panel
discussions on any area of testing and automation, including:
E-Commerce Reliability / Assurance Object Oriented Testing
Application of Formal Methods Outsourcing
Automated Inspection Methods Process Improvement
Software Reliability Studies Productivity and Quality Issues
Client / Server Testing Real-Time Software
CMM/PMM Process Assessment Test Automation Technology and
Cost / Schedule Estimation Experience
Website Monitoring Web Testing
Test Data Generation and Techniques Real-World Experiences
Test Documentation Standards Defect Tracking / Monitoring
GUI Test Technology and Test Risk Management
Management Test Planning Methods
Integrated Test Environments Test Policies and Standards
Application Quality of Service (QoS) New and Novel Test Methods
Website Load Generation and Analysis Website Quality Issues
Abstracts should be 1 - 2 pages long, with enough detail to give members of QW
2001's International Advisory Board an understanding of the final paper /
presentation, including a rough outline of its contents. Please indicate if
the most likely audience is technology, process, application, or internet
1. Prepare your Abstract as an ASCII file, a MS Word document, in
PostScript, or in PDF format. Email your submission to: <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
2. Please include with your submission:
> Three keywords / phrases describing the paper.
> A brief biographical sketch of each author, and a photo of each
3. Fill out the Speaker Data Sheet giving some essential facts about you
and about your proposed presentation at:
4. As a backup to Email you can also send material by postal mail to: Ms.
Rita Bral Software Research Institute 901 Minnesota Street San
Francisco, CA 94107 USA
SOFTWARE RESEARCH INSTITUTE, 901 MINNESOTA STREET, SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94107 USA
Phone: [+1] (415) 550-3020
FAX: [+1] (415) 550-3030
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