Call for Tutorials

ACMSE provides an excellent forum for both faculty and students to present their research in a friendly and dynamic atmosphere. The conference this year is being held in collaboration with SIGAPP and SIGDOC.

An integral part of the ACM Southeast Conference 2006 is the tutorial program. This is a broad conference. We encourage student participation and about half the attendees are students. Several of the faculty are interested in teaching and career development. Tutorials are welcome on the conference theme, or on other topics that would appeal to our audience.

Tutorials will typically be a half-day (2.5 presentation hours plus breaks). We may accept one proposal for a full-day tutorial if it offers unusually high promise and relevance.

The tutorial proposal should include the following:

The following submission guidelines must be strictly followed:

The presenter receives free admission to technical sessions, conference meals, and coffee breaks and an honorarium in lieu of actual travel expenses. The honorarium amount is $250 plus $25 for every registrant beyond the first five. Multiple presenters split the honorarium per their specification. Accepted tutorials will be offered based on sufficient registration (at least 5 full registrations) by early February, 2006. Tutorials that do not attract the required minimum attendance will not be offered. Please contact the Tutorials Chair (Cem Kaner) for additional information.

Cem Kaner
Professor of Software Engineering
Florida Institute of Technology
150 West University Blvd
Melbourne, FL 32901, USA

ACMSE 2006 is hosted by the Computer Sciences Department of the Florida Institute of Technology in Melbourne, Florida, U.S.A. The City of Melbourne is located on Florida's Space Coast, about 1 hour's drive south of the Kennedy Space Center and 1 ½ hours east of Orlando, Disney World and Universal Studios. The Melbourne International Airport has direct flights to Atlanta and several cities in Florida.