ICSE 2019 Technical Briefings offer conference attendees the opportunity to gain new insight, knowledge, and skills in select software engineering areas of topical importance today. Four to six technical briefings, each 90 minutes in length and aimed at both industrial participants and academic participants, will be integrated into main conference program.
Each technical briefing is led by an expert in the relevant field, and typically consists of an overview of the problem, a description of current and emerging practical approaches and relevant research results, and a brief outlook at possible future trends and research directions.
Questions from attendees are encouraged.
No one needs to register to attend technical briefings; it is an explicit goal of the conference to make them accessible to all ICSE registrants.
So, if you want …
- … to gain valuable technical knowledge that you can use today;
- … your employees or students to get an overview of the state-of-the-art in emerging areas of software engineering; or
- … to remain competitive in your field …
… then consider attending these exciting presentations!
Specific technical briefings and presenters will be invited by the Technical Briefings Co-Chairs with input from the ICSE community on the topics that it might like to see discussed. Unlike in previous years, then, there will be no call for submissions of technical briefings. If you would like to provide input to the Technical Briefings Co-Chairs about a possible technical briefing topic, please send them your ideas via email: Andre van der Hoek and/or Sebastian Uchitel.