ICGSE 2019
Fri 24 - Sun 26 May 2019 Montreal, QC, Canada
co-located with ICSE 2019

Industrial practitioners are invited to submit talk proposals to the Industry Talk Track of ICGSE 2019. This track seeks presentations / discussions about significant real-world issues related to global software engineering (GSE). We look for practical solutions that have helped to solve significant issues, experience with addressing issues and new challenges faced by industry practitioners that require help. We expect some practical solutions to be presented along with interesting problems but that is not mandatory. Presenting interesting problems as challenges to the research community are also welcome.

Important Dates

  • Talk proposals: Feb 15, 2019 (AoE)

The decision will be announced as soon as your proposal will be reviewed, but not later than Mar. 1, 2019.

Call for Contributions

In the conference program, Industry Talks will be blended with academic and experience report presentations to provide a forum for idea and experiences exchange. The content of the talk will not be included in the conference proceedings. For those, who would like to contribute with a written summary of your experience, please, submit to Experience Report Track, where your submission will be considered for publication after blinded peer-review by the Program Committee.

Topics of Interest

The topics of interest include but are not limited to (see more detailed list on the ICGSE 2019 CFP):

  • GSE issues and solutions for the future workforce consisting of millennials
  • Sourcing Models and Experiences
  • GSE for extremely distributed ad-hoc teams formed with crowdsourced and freelanced workers
  • Methods and processes for GSE
  • Distributed Teams and Projects
  • Global Business Strategy
  • Technology supporting distributed cooperative work
  • Agile and Lean in Global Projects
  • Emerging technologies to support GSE

How to Submit a Proposal

If you would like to join us and share your experience in a 15 minutes long conference presentation, please, prepare a 2-slide proposal containing one slide with your photo and the summary of relevant experience, and second slide with a summary of the proposed talk. Note, that the second slide shall clearly state the title of your talk and the main carry-away message; instead of adding an abstract text, consider placing a figure or a sample of the data to be shown during the presentation. For submissions, see the submission link in the sidebar.

Important Dates

  • Talk proposals: Feb 15, 2019 (AoE)

The decision will be announced as soon as your proposal will be reviewed, but not later than Mar. 1, 2019.

If you have any questions or comments, please contact alpanad@gmail.com.