Important Dates

Abstract submissionOctober 1, 2007 - completed
Abstract feedbackOctober 21, 2007 - completed
All submissions dueDecember 1, 2007 - completed
Paper feedbackJanuary 10, 2008 - completed
Camera readyFebruary 1, 2008 - completed
Short paper submissions dueFebruary 11, 2008 - completed
Short paper feedbackFebruary 21, 2008 - completed
Short paper Camera readyMarch 10, 2008 - completed
Early RegistrationMarch 14, 2008 - completed

Welcome!

The Conference on Software Engineering Education and Training seeks to answer the question: as educators, how do we adjust our teaching to meet the personal preferences and technical challenges of the net generation of software engineers?

Registration for CSEET is now open.

Slides from the speakers can be found on the speakers page and on the ASEET page



Keynote Speakers

CSEET '08 will feature the following keynote speakers.

A Global Software Project for a Globalized World Exonovation:
Leveraging The Innovation of Others
Software Engineering Education:
How Far We've Come and How Far We Have To Go
Dr. Bertrand Meyer
(ETH Zurich)
Mr. Michael Tiemann, VP
(Red Hat)
Dr. Nancy R. Mead
(CMU)
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ASEET

A special one-day Academy for Software Engineering Educators & Trainers will be held the day prior to the start of CSEE&T 2008. The purpose of the Academy is to provide an opportunity for software engineering educators and trainers to learn from master instructors in a highly dynamic, hands-on, interactive environment. Speakers feature Barry Boehm, Victor Basili, Jared Richardson, and Dieter Rombach. See the ASEET page. Slides from this session are available for download.

Barry Boehm
University of Southern California
Victor Basili
University of Maryland
Jared Richardson
6th Sense Analytics
Dieter Rombach
Universitšt Kaiserslautern

Workshops, Papers, and Sessions


Joe Jarzombek,
Department of
Homeland Security

Slides

Watts Humphrey, chair
Teaching Industrial
Strength Software
Engineering
CSEET 2008 features the following special tracks Other tracks for the conference include: More information on proposals for workshops, papers, etc. can be found at the track info page.

Also, the Tuesday lunch hour features speaker Joe Jarzombek from the Department of Homeland Security, speaking on Cyber Security and Software Assurance: Enhancing the Relevance of Education and Training. Slides from presentation

See the program page for the full schedule.




Call For Papers

The theme of the 2008 IEEE Conference on Software Engineering Education and Training (CSEE&T '08) is "Educating the Net Generation of Software Engineers." The theme acknowledges the vital role that Internet technologies and applications play in the society and the importance of properly educating and training the "Net" generation of software engineers... see Call for Papers

Submissions for CSEET '08 are closed, except for Short Papers. Information on submissions

Best papers of the conference will be published in the Journal of Systems and Software


Location and Travel


St. Philips Cathedral
in Charleston, SC
CSEE&T '08 will take place April 14-17, 2008 at the Francis Marion Hotel in Charleston, South Carolina.

For information on CSEE&T in general, refer to the IEEE-CS CSEE&T conference website