9th Joint Meeting of
the European Software Engineering Conference and
the ACM SIGSOFT Symposium
on the Foundations of Software Engineering

Call for Tutorial proposals

ESEC/FSE 2013 will feature eight 90-minute tutorials on topics related to software engineering. We have now started soliciting proposals and nominations for tutorials. So ask yourself: What is the topic that I always wanted to learn about? What is the topic that I'd like others to learn about? Who could be the right person for a lecture on that topic?

The proposed topic may describe a software engineering activity, such as requirements engineering, or it may describe a related method or technique applied to software engineering problems, such as NoSQL databases, cloud computing, user experience, and software engineering for mobile applications.


A submission should include a title, a paragraph describing the topic, a paragraph explaining why the topic would be of interest to a broad section of the software engineering community, and the names and short biographies of potential speakers. A submission should be no longer than 1 page and should be in PDF format. You may nominate a topic without a potential presenter, you may nominate yourself as a presenter or you may nominate others as potential presenters. The Tutorials committee will review the submissions and will select topics and potential presenters.

Tutorial proposals should be submitted via Easychair. Suggestions of potential presenters and other questions should be directed to Tony Wasserman, Tutorials Chair at any time prior to the due date.

Important Dates

Tutorials Track Chair

Tony Wasserman
Carnegie Mellon University — Silicon Valley, USA

Program Committee

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