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ICSE 2020
Sat 23 - Sat 30 May 2020 Seoul, South Korea

The ICSE 2020 Poster Track provides a prime opportunity for researchers and practitioners to present, showcase, and discuss their most recent advances, ideas, experiences, and challenges in the field of software engineering at the premier software engineering venue.

The main purpose of the ICSE 2020 Poster Track is to promote discussion of grand scientific challenges, future visions, potentially disruptive ideas, and recent advances towards cutting-edge research results with the broad scientific community attending the conference.

Call for Papers

Submissions by Invitation Only

The ICSE 2020 Posters Track is by invitation only. There is no open call for poster submissions. Some of the submissions to the Technical Track, SEIP Track, SEIS Track, and SEET Track will be invited by the chairs for poster presentations.

The authors of an invited poster need to submit a 2-page extended abstract which summarizes

  • the problem addressed by the poster;
  • the approach taken by the authors; and
  • the main results achieved so far.

Each submitted extended abstract should adhere to the ICSE 2020 Conference Proceedings Formatting Guidelines. The 2-page extended abstract of each accepted poster may, at the authors’ discretion, be published in the ICSE 2020 Companion Proceedings.

Posters must be submitted electronically at the submission site (https://icse2020-poster.hotcrp.com) by the submission deadline (see below). A submission will be desk rejected if it does not comply with the instructions and size limits. Unlike the other tracks, the Posters Track does not follow the double-blind review process. At least one author of each accepted poster is required to register for the ICSE 2020 conference and to present the poster.

Each accepted poster will be presented by its authors during the 3 days of the main conference.

Submission site

https://icse2020-poster.hotcrp.com

Important Dates

  • February 11th, 2020: Submission deadline for extended abstracts
  • March 9th, 2020: Notification
  • March 23rd, 2020: Camera ready