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Testing Computer Software Conference (TCS2001): Call for Papers

From: Peter Zuckerman <paz_at_erols.com>
Date: Fri, 27 Oct 2000 18:41:12 -0400
Message-ID: <paz-2710001841120001@209-122-229-137.s518.tnt6.lnh.md.dialup.rcn.com>

                  
                CALL FOR PAPERS and PRESENTATIONS

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        Deadline for Submissions extended to November 15, 2000 
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           18th International Conference and Exposition on
                TESTING COMPUTER SOFTWARE (TCS2001)
            Theme: Meeting the New Challenges of Testing
 
             June 18-22, 2001 * Washington, D.C. * USA
       (Conference: June 20-22; Workshops/Tutorials: June 18-19)

In cooperation with:

   ASSOCIATION FOR COMPUTING MACHINERY (ACM) SIGSoft    AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR QUALITY (ASQ) Software Division    IEEE RELIABILITY SOCIETY
   SOFTWARE TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT CENTER (STSC)             PLAN NOW TO ATTEND ON JUNE 18-22, 2001!   We are soliciting 45 to 90 minute presentations on software testing!

Participate in the leading international conference on software testing. Learn how testing professionals and experts are using advanced methods and testing applications to improve the effectiveness of their testing, reduce testing costs and meet schedule deadlines. Share your own experiences in testing with others. Learn:      

While we encourage presentations that directly relate to the theme, other topics relevant to improving the testing process are encouraged and will be accepted.

Proposals for presentations should be 1 to 2 pages long, with enough detail to give an understanding of the presentation, including an outline of its contents. Indicate if the most likely audience is technical or managerial, and please make clear the topic's relevance to software testing.            

The attached contribution cover sheet is to be completed and returned with your submission.            

Submissions can also be made through the Conference website at: http://www.uspdi.org/tcs2001call/

             
                PRESENTATION PROPOSALS ARE DUE:

                      November 15, 2000

We are interested in hearing from you. If you want to submit a proposal for a presentation, or explore an idea for a presentation, please contact the Program Chair:

     
                      Denis Meredith
                   Meredith Consultants
                  3008 Churchville Road
               Churchville, MD 21028-1808
                Phone: [+1] 410-734-4590
               E-mail: DCMeredith_at_ACM.org
     (preferred submission method, ascii text only please)

IMPORTANT DATES:

Presentation Proposals: November 15, 2000
   Notice of Selection: January 31, 2001
    Materials Deadline: April 15, 2001
            Conference: June 18-22, 2001

If you are interested in attending the TCS2001 Conference, contact USPDI.

                  Conference Management by:

          U.S. PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE
             612 Ethan Allen Avenue, Suite 100
                  Takoma Park, MD 20912
                 Phone: [+1] 301-270-1033
                   Fax: [+1] 301-270-1040
                  E-mail: admin_at_uspdi.org
           Web: http://www.uspdi.org/conference

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          18th International Conference and Exposition on
 
                TESTING COMPUTER SOFTWARE (TCS2001)

            June 18-22, 2001 * Washington, D.C. * USA
                   Hyatt Regency (Bethesda)

                   CONTRIBUTION COVER SHEET
      
          * Note: This form is available on the Web: *
               http://www.uspdi.org/tcs2001call/

Title of Presentation:

Author:

Job Title:

Organization:

Address:

Phone No.:

Fax No.:

E-Mail:

Preferred time to speak (please list first and second choices):    

   Wed. a.m. _______ Thurs. p.m. ________ Don't care _______    

   Wed. p.m. _______ Friday. a.m. _______    

Is there any time when you cannot speak due to a conflict?

Audience: Practitioner ______________ Manager ______________

Level: Entry _______ Mid _______ Advanced _______    

Bullets for Conference Program:

These should be short statements of the three main topics in your talk. Example: (1) How to attack compatibility issues, (2) How to do testing within schedule, (3) How testing theory meets reality.

1.

2.

3.

Presentation Proposals Due: November 15, 2000 to

Denis Meredith, Program Chair
E-mail: DCMeredith_at_ACM.org
(preferred submission method, ascii text only please) Phone: [+1] 410-734-4590

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        One complimentary Conference registration is provided
                  for each accepted presentation.

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