The 26th Annual IEEE Software Technology Conference
Long Beach, California, USA
29 March - 3 April 2014
Our theme this year is Meeting Real World Challenges through Software Technology. As technologists and as citizens, we are faced with myriad challenges from defending national security, to ensuring the robustness of our critical infrastructure, to sustaining and enhancing large portfolios of legacy systems – all within ever tighter resource constraints. Many of our attendees and their customers, rather than creating brand new software-intensive systems, will rather be updating code in embedded systems, integrating new capabilities, or otherwise retrofitting existing deployed systems. If investments are made in new development, those systems will need to be resilient and sustainable for a longer period of time.
Attending this Conference will provide both you and your organization with immediately usable insights and practical solutions from software technology professionals facing the same challenges you face as you strive to ensure your organization's success and your own professional growth. The Software Technology Conference has a twenty-five year history of providing such value.
We invite you to connect with your colleagues and share your ideas, success stories, and lessons learned in applying software technology to meet our common challenges, by submitting an abstract for consideration as one of our conference session or tutorial speakers.
Suggested Topics Include
- Engineering Software Intensive Systems-of-Systems
- Software Resiliency
- Software Engineering Processes, Including Process Improvement and Quality Management
- Software Product Lifecycle Management, including Configuration Management (CM)
- Software Sustainment
- Cloud Computing
- Big Data
- Data Mining and Business Intelligence
- Service Oriented Architectures
- Enterprise Software Engineering
- Agile Development Methods
- Open Source
- Modeling and Simulation
- Software Architecture and Architectural Frameworks
- Requirements Management
- Model-Based Software Engineering
- Verification, Validation, and Testing
- Data Management
- Software Risk Management
- Software Reliability
- Cybersecurity Issues and Approaches for Complex Systems
- Software Assurance
- Software Engineering Competency, Education and Training
- Program/Project Management for Complex Software Intensive Systems
- Software Acquisition
- Technology Transfer Between Academia and Industry
- Research in Software Engineering
- Software in the context of:
- Autonomous Systems
- Mobile Applications
- Energy Management and Sustainability, including Renewable Energy
- Space and Communications Systems
- Medical Systems
- Gaming and Entertainment Systems
- Transportation Systems
- Sensors Integration and Application for a Net-centric Environment
- Disaster response
- Information Technology Systems
- Large-Scale Systems Integration
Abstract deadline: DEADLINE EXTENDED TO 30 October 2013
Acceptance Notification: December 2013
Final Presentation Deadline: 28 February 2014
Don't forget to take advantage of these other opportunities!
- Become an Abstract Reviewer – continued excellence in presentations is assured with your assistance in helping choose cutting-edge presentations and identifying "hot topics". Sign up through the website by 15 October 2013.
- Exhibitor Registration Begins 3 September 2013 – Select the best spot now!
- Conference registration will open soon – Check for details!