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ICSE 2015 call for contributions to

Technical Research Papers

Please find here a list of the accepted papers. Congratulations to the authors.


September 5th, 2014


December 20th, 2014 - Early phase rejection notification by Nov 15th, 2014 
(early notifications are only for non-PC and non-RC members)

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13 February, 2015

Submission site:

http://cyberchairpro.borbala.net/icsepapers/submit/ (CLOSED)

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icse 2015 topics cluod tag

We invite high quality submissions of technical research papers describing original and unpublished results addressing topics across the full spectrum of software engineering research. A list of topics can be found at Topics .

Submission instructions

Submissions must conform to the ICSE 2015 format and submission instructions. Papers must not exceed 12 pages, 10 pages for the main text, including figures, tables, appendices, etc, and up to 2 pages for references.

As part of the online submission process, we ask authors to self-identify

i) conflicts of interest with members of the PC and the RC committees (according to the COI rules at http://www.sigsoft.org/about/policies/pc-policy.htm) and

ii) submissions with one or more of the following categories: Analytical, Empirical, Methodological, Perspectives, and Technological.

For more submission details please visit: Submission .

Submission Evaluation Process

Each submission will be reviewed by the Program Co-Chairs to ensure compliance with the required submission format, compliance rules, and scope.

Submissions that do not meet these criteria will be rejected.

Submissions that meet the criteria of the conference will be reviewed and evaluated on the basis of originality, evaluation, soundness, importance of contribution, quality of presentation, and appropriate comparison to related work.

New to ICSE 2015.

To scale to the increasing number of ICSE submissions, to enable broader community participation, and to have access to additional reviewing expertise, ICSE 2015 will tap into the expertise of two committees working in tandem: a Program committe (PC) and a Review committee (RC).

The reviewing process will consist of two phases.

In the first phase, PC and RC members will help to provide two reviews per submission. Submissions with at least one supportive review will advance to the second phase where they will receive a third review by a PC member. This will be followed by an on-line discussion to clarify reviewers’ positions, assignment of an additional reviewer if necessary, and a physical meeting with PC members to decide the final list of accepted papers.

More details about the reviewing process can be found at F.A.Q.


Downloadable CFP:

Letter format

A4 format

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