Sixth International C* Conference on Computer Science & Software Engineering
10-12 July, 2013
C3S2E'2013[*] is the sixth in a series of annual international conferences addressing the needs of the academic community in computing science and software engineering. The objective of C3S2E is to meet annually to exchange ideas on current issues and focus on new challenges from both the theoretical and application aspects of CSE. C3S2E encourages the participation of practitioners from governmental and non-governmental agencies, industry, and academia not only from CSE but also from other disciplines with the potential of collaboration. The meeting offers participants a chance to broaden their insight into the multi-facets of CSE and emerging technologies while exploring R&D ideas in other disciplines as well, where CSE can make meaningful contributions.
C3S2E invites quality papers describing original ideas and new findings on applied technological and theoretical aspects of CSE or in other disciplines with potential for applying and extending the CSE horizons. In particular we welcome submissions describing work on integrating new technologies into products and applications, on experiences with existing and novel techniques, and on the identification of unsolved challenges. We consider this meeting to be a unique and important forum to discuss insights into applying and extending all aspects of computing and software engineering methodologies in novel situations.
In addition to a "Main Track", C3S2E'2013, will have focused sessions in the following tracks, Details for the tracks are given in the track pages accessible by clicking on the link for the track in the right margin. Each track is headed by track chair(s) who could be reached for additional details. Each track is indicated in ConfSys site for C3S2E'2013 by the name of the track. Authors should choose the appropriate track for their submissions.
A number of invited speakers would round up the final program of C3S2E'13.
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|ConfSys user Sign-Up begins:||Always on|
|Paper submission begins:||2013-01-01|
|Paper submission deadline(new):||2013-05-04 - Extended Deadline|
|Registration & Camera-ready upload start:||2013-06-03|
|Camera-ready copies deadline:||2013-06-30|
|Conference dates:||2013-07-10 -- 2012-07-12|
ISEP, Porto, Portugal
Concordia University, Montreal, Canada;
with the cooperation of ACM, BytePress.org, Concordia University and ConfSys.org
Jorge Bernardino: CISUC-Polytechnic Institute of Coimbra, Portugal
Ana Almeida: ISEP, Porto, Portugal
Sudhir Mudur: Concordia University(Canada)
Bipin C. Desai (Concordia University, Montreal, Canada)
Please prepare the full paper in proportional font size of 12 or 12(Times Roman font or equivalent) with spacing of 1.5 lines. The paper, for review, should be about 5000 words (15-20 pages).
The upload to ConfSys should be in PDF format. Please do not use any special characters or foreign language fonts. Reviewers may not be able to open such documents. Please observe the following:
FORM OF MANUSCRIPT
Manuscripts should be formatted for single sided letter or A4 sized paper, with spacing of at least 1.5 lines with a 2.5cm margins on all sides. Number pages consecutively with the first page containing the title, the authors, the affiliation, a short abstract from 100 to 250 words, and five to ten key words. Also, indicated all the topics for the paper from the list of topics for the conference in ConfSys. Since these topics as well as the abstract will be used by ConfSys to help the program committee members choose appropriate papers, it is essential to make them as indicative of the contents of the paper as possible.
Please see the guides and samples given in the right margins.
STATEMENT OF EXCLUSIVE SUBMISSION
Submissions must be original. The work cannot have been published previously or be pending publication in another forum and submissions cannot be under review by any other forum.
It is expected that all authors accept the following statement:
This paper (or a similar version) is not currently under review by a journal or conference, nor will it be submitted to such until the result of this review has been communicated. Furthermore, the author(s) agree to abide by the decision of the Program chairs and would participate in the meeting should the paper be accepted.
The author who submits a paper is expected to inform all co:authors of the submission and has their approval.
Authors should submit only papers that have been carefully proofread and polished. Papers that are clearly unacceptable will be returned by the editor without being reviewed. Authors must clearly acknowledge the contributions of their predecessors.
Submissions will be evaluated on their originality and significance.
Though a group of authors may submit multiple papers, we expect that each paper would be presented by a separate co:author to allow for a wider point of views during the presentations and discussions. The authors are expected to upload the paper in PDF format.
PDF format Guidelines
The program committee reserves the right to consider any paper, to be accepted as a short paper or to be presented in a poster or the workshop session. One of the authors of each accepted paper is expected to present the paper in person.