| This page has information on:
Submitting a Technical Paper
If you wish to propose any other forms of participation, please contact the RE'03 chairs at firstname.lastname@example.org
Submitting a PaperSubmission of papers will be entirely electronic. To submit a paper, please visit the RE'03 paper submission site. You will need to prepare a PDF file containing your paper formatted according to the standard IEEE proceedings format (see http://computer.org/cspress/instruct.htm). Submissions exceeding 10 pages will not be accepted. Each submission must contain an abstract. It must also contain, written below the abstract, an indication of the paper type (``Research'' or ``Experience'').
We also request that you submit an abstract (ASCII text, max. 150 words) one week before the full paper deadline, to help us with allocating reviewers.
Accepted papers must be accompanied by a signed IEEE copyright release form.
Submitting an Industry Track Contribution
Call For Industry Track ContributionsThe Industry Track of RE 03 accepts submissions that describe the innovative use of particular techniques, practices, or tools in a practical setting. Submissions may also discuss problems from practice to be dealt with by research, or present a view on desired future directions of requirements engineering.
Submissions must be ONE (1) page only. The submission must not contain abstract nor literature references but can contain a pointer to a web page where more information can be found. The format of the contribution must conform to IEEE instructions (see the submission page of http://www.re03.org) for a pointer to this format).
Accepted submissions will be published in the RE 03 proceedings.
Submission by email to Nader Kameli, at Nader.Kameli@guidant.com
Submitting a Workshop ProposalA series of workshops will be held in conjunction with the RE'03 conference to encourage interaction between academia and industry, researchers and practitioners. In general, workshop topics should be in-line with the conference topics. Workshop proposals should clearly state the topic and overall objectives of the workshop; a short curriculum vitae of the proposed organizer(s) should also be included. We are particularly interested in workshop proposals that cover topics that may have controversial viewpoints or are new to the requirements engineering field, where focused dialogue among participants may lead to interesting follow-on research or empirical investigations. Note that the workshops are intended to stimulate and prepare the workshop participants for the main conference in order to promote dialogue among participants before, during, and after the conference.
RE03 Workshop Proposal GuidelinesAll workshop proposals should contain the following information. (Template in Word, Latex)
Objective of Workshop:
Workshop Paper Format and Evaluation:
Duration:1 or 2 day?
Workshop Proposer(s) background(s):
All proposals will be evaluated based on the following criteria:
All proposals should be sent (in PDF format) to Prof. Betty H.C. Cheng at email@example.com
Submitting a Tutorial ProposalRE '03 is seeking proposals for full-day (6-hour) and half-day (3-hour) tutorials to be offered on
Tutorial proposals will be evaluated on the basis of anticipated interest and benefit to RE '03 participants. Tutorials may cover any topic of significant interest to participants including:
Submitting a Doctoral Symposium Paper
The RE'03 Doctoral Symposium is intended to bring together PhD students working on foundations, techniques, tools and applications to requirements engineering and give them the opportunity to present and discuss their researcto present and discuss their research in a constructive and international atmosphere. The goals of the symposium are:
Student participants should consider participating in the doctoral workshop at least six months before completion of their dissertation, but after having settled on a research area or thesis topic.
The Proceedings of the RE'03 Doctoral Symposium will be published as an adjunct to the Proceedings.
Review process: Each prospective student participant will submit a package of materials for considerakage of materials for consideration. The participants will be selected on the basis of their anticipated contribution to the symposium goals as well as the potential benefit to the students. Among the criteria that will be considered in reviewing submissions are:
Ground Rules: All submitted materials must be in English. All materials must be submitted electronically in the formats listed above. Your submission should contain no proprietary or confidential material and should cite no proprietary or confidential publications. Advisors of student presenters will not be allowed to attend their student's presentations.
Submitting a PosterRE'03 invites submission of high-quality posters describing novel research or experience in Requirements Engineering. The Poster programme complements the main programme by offering an opportunity for authors to present late-breaking or as-yet incomplete research results, or significant work-in-progress.
Poster authors are required to submit a two-page proposal summarizing the work and the results. Poster proposals will be judged on relevance, originality and significance. The proposal should describe the substance of the work, not how it will physically or visually appear in the poster format. It may include a small number of references, and even a figure or two. It is advisable to include an email address and a URL leading to more information about the work. Accepted proposals will be given poster space in an exhibit area during the conference. At least one author must register for the conference. There will be designated hours during which the author(s) are expected to be at their posters to present their work. Posters will be on display during the conference in a poster room. Additionally, there will be a poster presentation track, where each poster will be presented before an audience. Posters will be published in the RE 03 proceedings (2 pages per poster).
Submissions of the poster proposal should be in PDF format (no more than 2 pages). Please send submissions by email attachment to Didar Zowghi, RE'03 Poster and Research Demo Chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Submitting a Research DemoRE'03 invites submissions of high quality research demonstrations presenting recent research results or supporting tools, techniques or methods of Requirements Engineering.
A one-page proposal describing the demo is required. Demo proposals will be judged primarily on relevance. Accepted proposals will be given display space in an exhibit area during the symposium. Additionally, there will be a session in which each demo will be presented before an audience. Demos will be published in the RE 03 proceedings (1 page per demo). At least one person must register for the conference for each demo.
Submissions of the research demo proposal should be in PDF format (no more than 1 page). Please send submissions by email attachment to Didar Zowghi, RE'03 Poster and Research Demo Chair, at email@example.com.
Submitting a Proposal for a Panel Session
If you have ideas for topics and speakers that would make lively and informative panel session, please contact Roel Wieringa, RE'03 Program Chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Last updated: 2003-05-18|