QUATIC'2016 CFP - International Conference on the Quality of ICT [Lisbon, Portugal, 6-9 Sept., 2016]

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*<< QUATIC'2016 >>*

*International Conference on the *

*Quality of Information and Communications Technology*

* *

Lisbon, Portugal, September, 6-9, 2016



QUATIC is a forum for disseminating advanced methods, techniques and tools
for supporting quality approaches to ICT engineering and management.
Practitioners and researchers are encouraged to exchange ideas and
approaches on how to adopt a quality culture in ICT process and product
improvement and to provide practical studies in varying contexts.

Now commemorating its 10th edition, QUATIC is among the 20 top venues on
ICT Quality <http://www.quatic.org/lists/lt.php?id=Y0tTAx8KHwADDl4>
topics, as recorded by Google Scholar. QUATIC papers' scientific impact
has been increasing year after year. The call is open and we invite you to
submit. Please feel free to distribute this CFP among your team and
colleagues. For additional information, namely on previous editions, please
refer to QUATIC Conference Series page at


The conference considers the existence of several areas of interest that
gather a set of related topics, organized around several perspectives of
ICT Quality. Therefore, QUATIC conference program is organized on a series
of Thematic Tracks, each corresponding to a specific topic of interest:

- Quality Aspects in Requirements Engineering

- Quality Aspects in Model Driven Engineering

- Quality Aspects in Agile Methods

- Quality Aspects in Process Improvement and Assessment

- Quality Aspects in Verification and Validation

- Quality Aspects in Software Engineering using Evidence-Based Approaches

- Quality Aspects in Big Data Systems

- Quality Aspects in Safety Critical Systems

- Quality Aspects in Service Management

The conference will also have a Business Day
to foster the dissemination of best practices and allow a lively discussion
of hot topics and quality concerns in specific application domains. During
this day, conference sponsors will share their knowledge and promote
hands-on contact with new tools.

Another co-located event, SEDES
, will bring together Software Engineering PhD students to present and
discuss their work.

*Proceedings publication*

Papers accepted at the Thematic Tracks will be published by the IEEE
Computer Society Conference Publishing Services (CPS) and made available in
the IEEE Xplore
. As in previous editions, they will become indexed by SCOPUS
, ACM Digital Library
, DBLP <http://www.quatic.org/lists/lt.php?id=Y0tQBh8KHwADDl4>
and DOI System. Authors of the best papers accepted in the Thematic Tracks
will be invited to submit extended versions for presentation in the Main
Track. In that case, the extended version will be published in the QUATIC
proceedings instead of the regular version. During the closing session of
QUATIC'2016, awards will be given to the best papers presented during the
meeting. Authors of selected papers presented in the Main Track will be
invited to submit extended and improved versions to be published in ASQ's
Software Quality Professional
journal. Some Thematic Tracks also have plans for a follow-up regarding the
conception of special issues on indexed journals.

*Important dates*

Thematic Tracks

- *Paper submission: April 10, 2016*

- Authors' notification: May 15, 2016

- Camera-ready: June 19, 2016

Main Track

- Invitation to main track: May 15, 2016

- Extended paper submission: May 29, 2016

- Authors' notification: June 19, 2016

- Camera-ready: July 3, 2016


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