Statistics: The Opening Slides with the statistics on the attendance and the paper acceptances can be found here.
ICSE 2010 Photos Online - the official ICSE 2010 photos and many others are now online at http://www.flickr.com/photos/icse/sets/ Photos can be selectively downloaded and used with acknowledgement. If in doubt, contact SBS for clarification.
For a pdf of Fred Schneider's Slides, Click here.
The photo gallery will be available soon with all the photos from the conference, including the official ones.
T-shirts & Polo-shirts are available to order at Registration. Collection on Thursday or earlier if necessary.
Tours are running every day and can be booked at Registration.
All events are available for booking on the day - check your program for the excellent list of tutorials and workshops.
WELCOME to Cape Town, to South Africa and to ICSE 2010. We hope you have a WONDERFUL conference. Jeff, Judith and all the organizing committee.
The full conference program, including all workshops, tutorials, symposia, business meetings, tracks and social events is now on-line. Each line item can be clicked to get more information about that session. Click on the yellow button below to read more.
Visa letters are requested on the registration form, not via email. See the Travel Arrangements page for more details.
Program available for main tracks divided into sessions. All authors are reminded to register before the Early Bird deadline 28 February.
AUTHOR Kit available. The author kit is now available online for the preparation of camera-ready copy for the proceedings.
IFIP TC2 is awarding a prize of 1024 Euro for the best paper at ICSE 2010 to recognize excellence of an outstanding researcher in software, theory or practice and is named after Manfred Paul.
Workshops: 24 workshops have been selected covering a wide range of topics. Workshops are interactive and cover established or new areas of research. Papers are due in early January.
Tutorials: 18 Exciting tutorials aimed at increasing participants insights, knowledge and skills in a broad range of software engineering topics have been selected.
Professor Fred Schneider keynotes on Beyond Hacking: An SOS! Fred Schneider is the Samuel B. Eckert Professor of Computer Science at Cornell and Chief Scientist for the NSF "TRUST" Science and Technology Center. He addresses the Science of Security which is similar to software engineering, but derives from very different assumptions about requirements and the environment.
Microsoft Research is a Platinum Supporter: At $25 000, the giant research company has shown that it supports software engineering. It is also mounting a Demo evening of Software Engineering Tools on Wednesday, with researchers flying in specially for the event. All invited!
ICSE Proceedings: This year, the proceedings will be split into Volume I and Volume II according to CRC dates. See the Format and Guidelines page for details.
Program Webmaster: ICSE 2010 welcomes Brian Toone of Samford University who will be handling the complicated task of putting together the ICSE program on the website with 1000+ authors, 500+ papers and 40+ events.
Archbishop Desmond Tutu will open the Conference: Bishop Tutu is one of South Africa's most famous sons, recipient of the 1984 Nobel Peace Prize, and author of the book "Reconciliation: the Ubuntu Theology".
Submission Deadlines Updated: For the six months from the first submissions on 6 September to the final CRC on 3 March, over 150 volunteer reviewers from 25+ countries will be handling more than 700 submissions.
CSSA accredited as the local host of ICSE 2010: Tony Parry, CEO of the Computer Society South Africa, is delighted at the synergy this will create and the opportunity for CSSA members to participate in ICSE at the preferential membership rates.
Cape Town in Time Magazine again: The fishing village of Kalk Bay, nestling along the edge of False Bay on the way to Cape Point, was the subject of an article in Time Magazine 25 May 2009.
Professor Sir David King to address ICSE 2010: Director of the Smith School of Enterprise and Environment at Oxford, Sir David was until 2007 the UK Government’s Chief Scientific Adviser and Head of the Government Office of Science.