The session is an informal and highly interactive environment
that gives ICSE participants the opportunity to engage one another
in discussions about ongoing work and critical issues in key areas.
Authors get early exposure of their work-in-progress, and ICSE
attendees get rapid, low overhead introductions to emerging ideas
and technologies in software engineering. Authors also receive critical
feedback that they can use to shape future full ICSE papers.
- SUBMISSION: 30 October 2005
- NOTIFICATION OF ACCEPTANCE: 20 December 2005
- CAMERA-READY COPY DUE: 24 February 2006
- Betty Cheng, Michigan State University,
- Beijun Shen, ECUST,
ICSE 2006 Emerging Results Session cover the same interest areas as the
Technical Papers, Experience Reports, Workshops, Panels program. Submissions
should cover work that has a solid technical basis, but perhaps has not
been fully validated.
Review and Evaluation Criteria
submission will be reviewed by at least two members
of the Emerging Results committee.
The Emerging Results committee will review each submission using
the standard ICSE criteria: originality, importance and generality
of contribution, soundness of rationale, quality of written and
graphic presentation, and appropriate consideration of relevant
Emerging Results submissions should conform
to the ICSE 2006 Format and Submission Guidelines.
Submissions should consist of a single four page document with
the following three parts:
- Overview of problem and motivation (include related work)
- Brief description
of preliminary results
- Discussion of impact of results and tentative
Accepted Emerging Results submissions will be allocated four pages
in the proceedings and must conform to the ICSE
2006 Format and Submission Guidelines. In
addition to publishing their short papers in the conference proceedings,
authors will present their work in the form of a poster during dedicated
time slots throughout the conference.
We will not provide any computing equipment such as computers, disk drives,
or monitors. We will, however, provide poster board, easel, and a table
for handouts and/or early drafts of technical reports.
- Betty Cheng (Co-Chair), Michigan State University,
- Beijun Shen (Co-Chair), ECUST, Shanghai, China
- Mikio Aoyama, Nanzan
- Tevfik Bultan, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
- Marsha Chechik, University of Toronto, Canada
- Rogerio de Lemos, University
of Kent at Canterbury, UK
- Ali Ebnenasir, Michigan State University, USA
- Carlo Ghezzi, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
- Hausi Muller, University
of Victoria, Canada
- Yannis Smaragdakis, Georgia Institute of Technology,
- Gene Spafford, Purdue University, USA
- Kevin Sullivan, University of
- Eric Wohlstadter, University of British Columbia, Canada
- Li Zhang, Beijing
University of Aeronautics & Astronautics (BUAA),
- Andrea Zisman, City University. London, UK