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EuroSPI 2011

Julkaistu 23.9.2010

EuroSPI 2011 konferenssi järjestetään Roskildessa Tanskassa (lähellä Kööpenhaminaa) 27-29.6.2011. Runsas tarjonta kuten ennenkin!

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* EuroSPI 2011 Conference *

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18th EuroSPI Conference

European Systems and Software Process Improvement and Innovation

27.-29. June 2011, Roskilde University (near Copenhagen), Denmark

2011.eurospi.net     Conference Web Site

www.eurospi.net Initiative Web Site

Contents:

1. Conference Theme

2. Conference Topics

3. Programme Committees

4. Who Should Attend

5. History of EuroSPI

6. Call for Research Papers

7. Call for Industry Papers

8. Call for Interactive Workshops

9. MANIFESTO for SPI

10. European Certification and Qualification Association (ECQA) 11. Roskilde University and Local Information 12. Registration Facilities

1. Conference Theme

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EuroSPI is unique in the way it brings both communities, researchers and industry, together. It is also unique in the way that we produce two proceedings, research papers with Springer and industry/experience papers with Wiley. We also publish key notes of the interactive workshops in Springer. Since 2010 we also cooperate with the international IGI journal for people issues.

Thus researchers are asked to write scientific papers with a practical background which could be re-used in industry.

Thus industry experts are asked to write experience / industry papers with a vision which could fruitfully push the ideas of researchers again.

This background corresponds with the theme as follows:

- \”Experiences with the Implementation\”: It is not enough to describe a new method or idea. We need proof or case studies that the method worked.

- \”Improvement and Innovation \”: The applied methods and techniques shall have a focus on innovating and improving processes and products.

- \”Related Benefits in the Organisation\”: The papers shall outline the measured / analysed benefit for the organisation.

2. Conference Topics

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Assessment and Process Models

ISO/IEC 15504

IEC 61508

ISO/IEC 15288

ITIL

ISO 20000

Agile Development

Global Software Development

Outsourcing Strategies

Experiences in Branches

Automotive

Finance

Medical

Software Development

Improvement Case Studies

Implementing SPICE

Implementing Safety

Requirements Management

Testing

Design

Knowledge Management

Team Learning

Measurement

Configuration Management

Risk Management

Requirements Elicitation

System Process Improvement

System Design Strategies

Product Design Strategies

Service Strategies

Networked Collaboration Principles

People Issues

Multicultural Issues

Social Responsibility

Ethics Management

Motivation and Acceptance

3. Programme Committees

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EuroSPI has an industry and a scientific programme committee.

Both committees are formed by more than 70 well known industry experts and researchers from 18 different countries.

Each contribution is peer reviewed by at least two different experts.

The conference has been recognised by world wide known scientic publishers:

18 selected research papers are published in the Springer CCIS (Communications in Computer and Information Science) series.

From 24 selected industry papers (published in the industry

proceedings) 12 will be selected for a special issue in the Wiley Interscience SPIP (Software Process Improvement in Practice) series.

From people issues related papers we will select 6 for a special volume in the IGI journal.

The programme committees are published on the web site:

2011.eurospi.net

4. Who Should Attend

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Quality  Manager

Improvement Manager

Researcher

Project Manager

Innovation Manager

Experienced Practitioner

Business Manager

5. History of EuroSPI

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EuroSPI\’s mission is to develop an experience and knowledge exchange platform for Europe where SPI practices can be discussed and exchanged and knowledge can be gathered and shared. This mission is implemented by four major action lines:

1. An annual EuroSPI conference supported by Software Process Improvement

Networks from different EU countries.

2. Establishing an Internet based knowledge library, newsletters, and a

set of proceedings and recommended books.

3. Establishing an effective team of national representatives (in future

from each EU country) growing step by step into more countries of Europe.

4. Establishing a European Qualification Framework for a pool of professions

related with SPI and management. This is supported by European

certificates and exam systems.

EuroSPI represents a European experience forum collaborating with nearly all SPINs in Europe. EuroSPI offers experiences which can be re-used creating benefits in your own organisation .

EuroSPI is a successful initiative since 1994.

Annual conferences were held

1994 in Dublin (Ireland),

1995 in Vienna (Austria),

1996 in Brighton (UK),

1997 in Budapest (Hungary),

1998 in Gothenburg (Sweden),

1999 in Pori (Finland),

2000 in Copenhagen (Denmark),

2001 in Limerick (Ireland),

2002 in Nuremberg (Germany),

2003 in Graz (Austria),

2004 in Trondheim (Norway),

2005 in Budapest (Hungary),

2006 in Joensuu (Finland),

2007 in Berlin (Germany),

2008 in Dublin (Ireland),

2009 in Alcala (Spain),

2010 in Grenoble (France),

2011 in Roskilde/Copenhagen (Denmark)

2012 in Krems/Vienna (Austria)

6. Call for Research Papers

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See the Upload and Working Guide for Authors (zipped PDF Document):

2011.eurospi.net/images/Documents/author_guide_v3.zip

Your paper must conform to the Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) format because the CCIS series uses the same format See the author guidelines of Springer.

The paper must be uploaded at the EuroSPI conference website, 2011.eurospi.net, and must not exceed 12 pages. Note that for a paper to be published in the proceedings the authors have to sign a copyright form and at least one of the authors has to present the paper at the conference. The papers will be published in print and electronically and we therefore need all the source files for the papers.

Authoring Guide

www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html

Deadlines for Research Paper Submission:

25.02.2011 – First submission of the full paper (following the Springer Verlag authoring guidelines). Please upload the paper with the Research Paper Upload function. If it´s not possible for you to use the upload function, please send the paper per email to rmess@iscn.com This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it •31.03.2011 – Distribution of review notes and notification of acceptance. For the review the following criteria and review form are used. Please download the document here.

22.04.2011 – Contribution of final paper. Please upload the paper with the Research Paper Upload function. If it´s not possible for you to use the upload function, please send the paper per email to rmess@iscn.com This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

31.05.2011 – Until 31.05.2011 early registration is possible. Authors need to register by the early date, otherwise the contribution will be de-selected.

7. Call for Industry Papers

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See the Upload and Working Guide for Authors (zipped PDF Document):

2011.eurospi.net/images/Documents/author_guide_v3.zip

You must follow the following steps in submitting a paper:

Your experience paper should comprise 5 to 8 pages.

The paper must be uploaded at the EuroSPI conference website:

2011.eurospi.net.

Authors of accepted papers will be asked to write a final paper of 8 to a maximum of 10 pages and a 30 minutes Poerpoint presentation.

The final paper must be uploaded at the EuroSPI conference website to be included in the Proceedings.

Paper Template

http://2011.eurospi.net/images/Documents/eurospi2003_paper.zip

Deadlines for experience paper submission:

25.02.2011 – The first draft of the experience paper should not exceed 8 pages. Please use the provided word template eurospi2011_espaper.zip and upload the paper by using the Experience Paper Upload function.  If it´s not possible for you to use the upload function, please send the paper per email to  rmess@iscn.com This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

31.03.2011 – Notification of acceptance. For the review the following criteria and review form are used. Please download the document here.

22.04.2011 – Contribution of final experience paper. Upload the paper by using the Experience Paper Upload function.  If it´s not possible for you to use the upload function, please send the paper per email to rmess@iscn.com This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

31.05.2011 – Until 31.5. 2011 early registration is possible. Authors need

to register by the early date, otherwise the contribution will be

de-selected.

8. Call for Workshops

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See the Upload and Working Guide for Authors (zipped PDF Document):

2011.eurospi.net/images/Documents/author_guide_v3.zip

A set of interactive workshops takes place. Each workshop includes

industry and research key notes and allows participants to

actively contribute. The outcomes of workshops are documented and

distributed to all workshop partcipants. The workshop key notes are

also published the Springer proceedings. Contribute your own

workshop idea and submit a workshop/ tutorial proposal.

Upload your proposal (Connect to Upload).

- full day workshop / tutorial

- 2 Pages abstract with title, content, 4 propoased workshop key notes,

- WS speaker CVs, and jpeg image picture of tutors

- Final Submission of Powerpoint slides

- Reviewed by a separate program committee consisting mainly of

industry representatives

Deadlines for workshop proposal submission:

25.02.2011 – First workshop abstract (2 A4 pages). Upload the abstract

with the workshop upload function. If it´s not possible for you to use

the upload function, please send the paper per email to  rmess@iscn.com

This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

31.03.2011 Notification of acceptance

31.05.2011 Until 31.5.2011 special for workshop speaker early registration

is possible. Workshop speakers need to register by 31.5., otherwise the

contribution will be de-selected.

11.06.2011 Final version of the workshop handout. If it´s not possbile to

use the upload function, please send the paper per email to

rmess@iscn.com This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

9. MANIFESTO for SPI

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On the 2nd September 2009 at University of Alcala, Madrid, Spain,

with a participation of experts from 14 countries an SPI manifesto

has been created.

The SPI maniesto will be promoted at each EuroSPI conference and

conference attandees will have a chance of contributing to SPI manifesto

knowledge topics and creating a future SPI body of knowledge.

Get in touch!

10. European Certification and Qualification Association

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EuroSPI also established an umbrella initiative for establishing a

European Qualification Network in which different SPINs and national

initiatives join mutually beneficial collaborations:

EQN , European Quality Network, LLP Program , 2005 – 2007

EU Cert Campous – LLP Program, 2008 – 2009

Europe wide launch of EU Cert – DEUCERT, LLP Program, 2010 – 2011

In collaboration with the European Union (supported by the EU LLP

Programme) a European certification association has been created for the

IT and services sector to offer SPI knowledge and certificates to industry,

establishing close knowledge transfer links between research and industry.

With the support of the E-Learning manager project (2008 – 2010) an

infrastructure for online learning has been set up for European

professions related with SPI.

The online campus and certification systems are fully operative

and members from 18 EU countries are driving the initiative.

11. Local Information

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Conference Location – Roskilde University – Denmark

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The EuroSPI2011 conference takes place at the Roskilde University, acting

as the host of EuroSPI2011.

The most important task of Roskilde University is to contribute to

experimental, innovative forms of learning and knowledge creation.

RU is characterised by:

- merging knowledge through interdisciplinary research and teaching

- pushing boundaries for knowledge through a problem-oriented approach

- focusing research and education on fields where the university has

international or national status

- bringing university and society together.

Roskilde is a place  where history and new research meet. Roskilde was the capital of Denmark until 1443. Since then, Copenhagen has been the

capital. One of the most important sites of Denmark is in Roskilde. It is

where the dead Danish kings are laid to rest. The city also have a yearly

music festival called Roskilde Festival. The festival is one of two

biggest in Europe.

The Roskilde festival takes place when the EuroSPI 2011 conference finishes.

Also Roskilde houses the largest Viking ship museum in the world.

Social Event

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EuroSPI has a great history for organising social events and

fostering the grounds of communication and collaboration.

EuroSPI will again find a solution where attendees will get in touch with

the research networks as well as with the Danish culture and history.

How to find the place

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By Plane

You can fly either to Copenhagen and take a train or taxi. Roskilde is 30

km from Copenhagen.

12. Registration Facilities

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Please use the online registration. It gives you two options,

paying by credit card or by bank transfer. In both cases

an original invoice will be sent by post.

The secretariat is:

EuroSPI2 2011 Registration Office

c/o ISCN Co-Ordination Office

Florence House, 1 Florence Villas

Bray, Co. Wicklow

IRELAND

E-mail: aclarke@iscn.com

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