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ISSRE'2001 Call For Participation

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Date: Sun, 30 Sep 2001 01:59:27 +0800 (HKT)
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                   Call For Participation
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12th International Symposium on Software Reliability Engineering
                        (ISSRE'2001)
                  http://www.issre2001.org

Tutorial Day: November 27, 2001, Hong Kong Productivity Council
Conference  : November 28-30, 2001, New World Renaissance Hotel

ISSRE is the premier and world-renown symposium for dissemination
of state-of-the-art software reliability research and engineering
practice.  ISSRE'2001 will have a special theme on Software
Reliability Engineering for Internet and E-Commerce Applications.

ISSRE'2001 program includes 100 presentations. Highlights are:

- 4 Keynote speakers

  Terrence Heng, Senior VP, Motorola
  Steve McConnell, CEO, Construx Software
  Kalyana Rao, Executive VP and CTO, Satyam Computers Services Ltd.
  Dalibor F. Vrsalovic, President, Intel On-line Services Inc.

- 4 Tutorials
  
  John Musa: "Developing More Reliable Software Faster & Cheaper"
  San Murugesan: "Building Quality & Reliability in E-Business" 
  Fevzi Belli: "Testing Graphical User Interfaces"
  Norm Schneidewind: "SRE of Web Site Construction"

- 16 Industry Presentations from US Airforce, NIST, Motorola,
  IBM Research, Cisco Systems, Korea Advanced Institute,
  Hitachi Ltd, Sony Corporation, etc.
  
- 38 Referred regular papers (selected from 100 submissions)

- 4 Panel sessions

- 21 Fast Abstract Talks

- 13 Student Posters (with Travel Awards sponsored by industry)

For registration and more details, please visit

http://www.issre2001.org

Advance Registration Deadline is Nov. 5, 2001.

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