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Call For Speakers


Accepted proposals

Airat Sadykov, 3147 Medical Software Development: international standards requirements and practice
Aleksey Sidnev, 2718 Runtime prediction on new architectures
Alena Panshina, 3060 Easy multiplatform data synchronization
Alexander Gornyy, 2867 JIRA isn’t a tracker but an ecosystem
Alexander Kataev, 3358 On architecture of face detection and tracking real-time system
Alexander Kazansky, 2618 Static Analyzer Utilization Efficiency in the Projects with a Large Number of Lines of Code
Alexander Kirsanov, 3160 Robotics Reactive Programming with F#/ Mono
Alexander Markov, 3209 Exception Handling in Java and Log Analysis with Splunk
Alexander Polovtsev, 3296 Visualization of parallel program execution for software behavior analysis and defect detection
Alexander Shalimov, 3329 EasyWay: Simplifying and automating enterprise networks administration with SDN/OpenFlow
Alexander Stavonin, 2599 How to automatize complex application tests in OSX.
Alexander Stavonin, 2597 Rust’s killer features
Alexander Ulanov, 3308 A practice of enterprise architecture at Yota telecom operator
Alexey Florinsky, 3016 How to Create a Company Knowledge Base for novices
Alexey Fyodorov, 2912 Compatibility is a myth!
Alexey Gaponov, 3175 Repainting a Hippopotamus. Redesigning a Mature Desktop Application UI
Alexey Kretov, 3233 Developing a system to automatically inject cryptographic protection into already compiled iOS apps
Alexey Lustin, 3270 Business Value of Big Data (BigData as a Service for 1C:Enterprise platform)
Alexey Mitsyuk, 2882 Effective analysis of user behavior using software process mining
Alexey Ragozin, 2921 Rapid development GUI for large data volumes with CQRS
Anatoly Khomonenko, 3413 Stochastic Models for Cloud Computing Performance Evaluation
Andrey Indukaev, 3421 Mobility of Academic Russian Computer scientists
Andrey Nevolin, 3225 Performance optimization and fault-tolerance improvement of iRODS Data Grid system
Andrey Rodkin, 2631 SAP BusinessObjects Business Intelligence 4.x universes testing automation
Andrey SADOVYKH, 3346 JUNIPER: Towards Modeling Approach Enabling Efficient Platform for Heterogeneous Big Data Analysis
Anton Orlov, 2946 UI Testing Automation in the context of BDD principles
Anton Semenchenko, 3145 When it’s worth moving from Agile to Waterfall
Artem Lomakin, 2794 Risks and opportunities of the fast-growing development team
Artem Zyryanov, 3105 Managing technical debt: from Theory to Practice
Ben Straub, 2479 Git Workflows
Daniil Berezun, 2993 Precise Garbage Collection for C++ with a Non-Cooperative Compiler
Denis Silakov, 2661 ABF – A Farm For Developing And Building Cross-Distribution Linux Software
Denis Stepanov, 3054 Hierarchical Framework for Target Motion Analysis Algorithms
Dmitri Kirianov, 3193 The Splendors and Miseries of MOOC in Russia
Dmitri Nesteruk, 2821 A Look at Modern C++
Dmitry Bezugly, 3409 Shortening Development LifeCycle adopting System-Of-System principle
Dmitry Evdokimov, 3045 Mobile banking: theft over the air
Dmitry Irtegov, 3090 About one approach to building low latency network file system
Dmitry Kandalov, 3063 Project history visualization
Dmitry Korzun, 3364 Service Formalism and Architectural Abstractions for Smart Space Applications
Dmitry Lobasev, 2647 CaseStudy of implementing Kanban-system at large, complex environment (Russian bank, team of 45)
Dmitry Osintsev, 3362 Applying Hybrid OpenMP/GPGPU Approach for Speedup 3D Velocity Field Calculation from Seismic Data
Dmitry Peterson, 3031 Bases in the development of geolocation applications
Dmitry Soshnikov, 3397 Functional Reactive Programming: from Natural User Interface to Natural Robotics Behavior
Dmitry Voloshin, 3172 Training of young IT specialists by own resources
Elena Belyaeva, 3468 How to make delivery status transparent to everybody?
Elena Ovchinnikova (Mandrikova), 3483 Group dynamics and communications in software engineering: is it possible to learn this?
Eugene Kovalik, 2505 Multistage Sales of IT products and services: why should we think about lead nurturing?
Evgenia Petrova, 2644 We have to put up with our customers, whether we like them or not. Ways to ease the pain.
Evgeny Novikov, 3360 Static Verification of Linux Kernel Modules: Current State-of-the-Art and Beyond
Evgeny Pavlov, 3182 Usage of the open source Clang static analyzer to detect issues in the source code
Evgeny Tkachenko, 2531 Development without any bugs
Evgeny Vinogradov, 3375 DIY-programming and antifraud: how can you give to business users a way to code
Igor Bespal’chuk, 2753 Software architecture term and architectural design management
Igor Kleiner, 2533 Sublinear Algorithms for Big Data
Igor Sukhorukov, 2878 Collect and analyze logs and metrics of distributed application using Elasticsearch/Logstash/Kibana
Igor Vorobtsov, 2779 Porting the Boundary Elements modeling of poroelastic dynamic application to distributed memory systems
Ilia Kuznetsov, 2789 Breaking the mould: Lean Product Management and MVP in a large company
Ilya Akatnov, 3214 Distribution management of large heterogeneous software
Ilya Aleshkov, 2628 Video Capturing for Unity-powered games on Android
Ilya Slobodin, 2880 Build from single source or fork? How to choose the right approach to creating cross-platform CAD applications?
Ilya Tokar, 2844 Compiler optimization of application’s energy-efficiency
Inna Smirnova, 2616 Testing “in the province”
Irina Skurskaya, 2567 Exploratory testing: “three-in-one” or how to cover all functionality.
Irina Vinogradova, 3211 QUESTions – how to get clear answers to the difficult questions about projects and products
Ivan Ilin, 2587 Team management in IT: transition from local practices and processes to team culture
Julia Manueva, 2595 Development of Semantic Module in in the Computer Sign Language Interpretation System
Kirill Danilov, 3036 Energy efficient Tizen app development for Samsung Gear
Kirill Danilov, 3008 What’s new in Android
Kirill Krinkin, 2875 Virtualization of Hardware Security Modules in Linux Containers
Konstantin Osipov, 2750 Tarantool: a Russian open source experience
Leonid Migunov, 2620 Testing process organization and management in high risks environment
Lyubava Shatokhina, 2933 Mastering Computer by Elderly People
Madhur Kathuria, 3430 Battlefield Agility
Mark Standeaven, 2604 The Art of Assuring Software Quality in a Distributed World
Maxim Dorofeev, 3464 Project retrospectives (Norm Kerth version)
Maxim Korobtsev, 2517 Gamified Management
Maxim Leykin, 3287 Application of Bluetooth Low Energy and Wi-Fi protocols for creating temporary social networks
Michael Gunin, 3245 Bootstrapping a Complex Technological Product: Challenges and Solutions
Michael Pozhidaev, 2576 The framework for accessible applications: text-base case for blind people
Mikhail Nemtsan, 2725 How to bridge the gap between business and development
Nadezhda Evstifeeva, 3019 Fitness for project waist through Lean-based waste elimination
Natalya Rukol, 3135 Manageable software testing process
Natalya Serdyuchenko, 3066 The cooking secrets of UAT.
Nikolay Anokhin, 3184 Using browsing history to identify Internet users’ interests
Nikolay Slezkinskiy, 3241 7 trading apps, common product suite, different platforms — and single visual style.
Oleg Dyrdin, 3096 Formal selection criteria for database technology using UML and IDEF models.
Oleg Vlasenko, 2776 How to find programmers in such place which their had been searching, but not been found
Olesya Voronovich, 3169 Work distributed SCRUM-team. Pitfalls. Our experience
Olga Kazina, 2941 Client management: non-standard cases of customer relationships in offshore software development
Olga Pavlova, 3149 Digital customer experience management, B2C
Philip Torchinsky, 3000 Develop for Android faster with Kotlin
Roman Alyoshkin, 2957 Each projects deserves it’s methodology of development
Rustam Abdyukhanov, 2704 Hearing correction software for online educatione development
Savchenko Dmitry, 2960 Component-based development of cloud applications: a case study of the Mjolnirr platform
Sebastiano Armeli, 3119 ES6 : the future is here
Semyon Grigorev, 3077 String-Embedded Language Support in Integrated Development Environment
Sergey Dmitriev, 2543 20 anti-patterns that prevent you from achieving maximum effect of your scrum or kanban implementation
Sergey Zykov, 3025 Software Engineering Curricula for the Innovative City: Lessons Learned at Carnegie Mellon
Slava Muchnick, 2807 End-to-End Application Security: Feasibility, Affordability and Common Misconceptions
Stanislav Sidristy, 2512 Unmanaged .Net: inside CLR structures
Svetlana Lazareva, 2979 Identification of operating applications, based on statistic parameters of storage I/O requests
Tuukka Ahoniemi, 2677 Cross-Platform Software Considerations for Internet of Things
Vadim Shishkin, 2852 Using the executive models for aviation embedded information and control systems software complex debug
Vasiliy Kurkov, 3195 How to reveal flaky tests in compiler testing?
Victor Batraev, 2702 How to transform boxed product into scalable Software-as-a-Service solution on an example of Acronis Backup-as-a-Service.
Victor Naumov, 2858 Managing the legal risks in software development
Viktoria Piliptcevich, 2584 Components of a good course of training of business analysts in Agile Scrum methodology
Vincent Lepinay, 3385 Russian Computer scientists, local and abroad. Mobility and collaboration
Vitaliy Medvedev, 2764 Isomorphic Javascript – new silver bullet
Vladimir Beloborodov, 3013 Get the Beacons! — Practical intro to the technology for business and developers
Vladimir Krylov, 2829 IP Fast Hopping Protocol Design
Vladimir Prus, 2521 Psychology of Software Development
Yaroslav Ivanov, 2623 Going global – 10 key success factors
Yury Kupriyanov, 3322 Crowdsourcing for banking: how to engage 20K emploees?

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CEE-SECR 2014 is the 10th anniversary of the premier software engineering conference in Russia. The conference will take place on October 23-25 at the Digital October Center, Moscow. Nearly 1000 participants are expected to attend the event, representing IT industry specialists from all areas: researchers and students from computer science, IT and software engineering academia, and practitioners from industry and government.

In its past 10 years the conference was supported by Russian Venture Company, Intel, Deutsche Bank, JetBrains, Luxoft, Google, Oracle, EMC, IBM, Microsoft, EPAM, First Line Software, IEEE, ACM, APKIT, RUSSOFT Associations, and other organizations.

In the past years, keynote lectures were delivered by Chris Lattner, Ivar Jacobson, Jeff Sutherland, Bjarne Stroustrup, and other distinguished experts.

The conference program will be composed of research presentations, experience reports, panel discussions, workshops, and express-presentations with discussions.

The program targets both experienced specialists and those who seek to expand their knowledge of new areas, which might be adjacent to their core specialization.

Submission is closed

Scope

  • Technology: Research and Practice
    • Software architecture
    • Cloud computing
    • Programming technologies and tools
    • Programming for Robots
    • Software testing, verification, and analysis
    • Software security and reliability
    • Big data, smart data
    • Mobile and cross platform application development
    • Embedded Systems development; Internet of Things
    • Software for banking and finance
    • Usability and UX
  • Management: Process and People
    • Project and product management
    • Agile methodologies, Essense/SEMAT
    • Software quality assurance
    • Engineering of requirements and applied system analysis in IT projects
    • Effective managed communication
  • Human capital and education
  • Business and Entrepreneurship in the computer software industry
    • Startups
    • Patenting
  • Other topics: Any other topics related to software engineering

Submissions

Please upload the following information via the submission system:

1. Topic and short description in English (and Russian, if possible). During the review process the topic and short description will be published on the Proposals section of the conference website.

Descriptions must include 1-3 sentences covering the main point of the talk.

Examples

Example 1: «If participants have problems with designing interfaces, in my report they will be able to learn about some ways of using DSL for the modification of automatically generated forms. This approach is not covered in the current literature, but our successful implementation shows that it works.»

Example 2: «I will share my experience in communication with difficult customers based on seven years of work and over 20 successful projects, which will be presented in the form of case studies with analysis/conclusion. I think that participants will be able to apply this knowledge in their daily work, since some of these situations have occurred more than once with different clients.»

2. Extended annotation (1800 characters or more) in English or Russian. During the review process the publication of an abstract on the conference website is optional (at the author’s discretion).

The content of the extended annotation should fully reflect the essence of the final report. It should clearly state not only the subject area of the report, but also the specific issues which will be covered, as well as the scientific, technological, and innovative solutions offered by authors.

Please do not send lists of slides, promotional materials, links to forums, or previously-published reports or articles in place of the extended annotation.

Many authors describe a problem and its importance and promise to reveal the solution in their report. This is not enough: the solution itself should be stated and justified, whether it is an original idea, a new combination of ideas, or a successful practice. The relevance of the problem from the literature or other open sources should be shown, especially for the articles.

If the author positions the report as a scientific work, he/she should replace the extended annotation with a full article (up to 10 pages) formatted in accordance with ACM standard requirements for scientific papers. View templates.

During the review process the article will not be published on the conference website.

For workshop proposals please also state the following: the workshop duration, target audience, program. During the review process this information will not be published on the conference website.

3. Author(s) photo and a short bio of 3-5 sentences. Authors are encouraged to share links to their published works, public presentations, and social-networking profiles. During the review process the publication of the bio and photo on the conference website is optional (at the author’s discretion).

In addition, please specify the following:

a) The type of your talk: presentation of scientific research results that can be used; the presentation of ideas for action by analogy; an informational overview; a technology presentation; new technology training; new tool training; a case study, including the experience of using technology.

b) The subject of your talk: one or more areas from the conference Scope (above).

The following materials will not be accepted:

  1. Promotional presentations and articles (designed to promote a company, product or service)
  2. Presentations previously delivered at other conferences
  3. Papers previously published or accepted by another conference or journal.

Review procedure

After the proposal is received, the Program committee representatives can ask questions or give recommendations to the author. The author can correct the proposal via the system until July 15th 25th. If proposal is compliant with requirements, it is published in the Proposals section of the conference website.

After July 15th 25th the final review is conducted by the Program committee. Extended annotations (for talks) or full articles (for all papers) are reviewed by at least three members of the Program committee, which can recommend the proposal for inclusion to the conference Program and give their recommendations to the authors. If the opinions about inclusion of some articles are controversial, the additional voting for these proposals is organized.

After the final decision regarding proposal is made, the notification is sent to the author, and the list of accepted talks / articles is published at the conference web-site.

Timing and Equipment

  • 30 minutes is allocated for each regular presentation, including time for discussion; 15 minutes for each express presentation; 2-8 hours for workshops.
  • Each room will be equipped with a plasma screen and a PC.
  • Presentation languages: Russian or English.

Author benefits

  • One free conference pass per accepted paper will be given to the speaker making the presentation.
  • The author of the best research paper will receive the Bertrand Meyer Award (40 000 Rubles).
  • Full papers will be published in ACM Digital Library.
  • Best scientific papers in the Russian language will be published in Software Engineering magazine.
  • A live broadcast of the conference will be arranged.
  • Videos, slides, report annotations, and the bios of the authors are published on the conference website.

Important dates

July 15 25, 2014 — Submission deadline
Authors are encouraged to submit the proposals in advance in order to be able to improve their proposals on the basis of the program committee’s preliminary review. Proposals submitted after July 15th won’t receive preliminary review.
August 31, 2014 — Acceptance notification
September 30, 2014 Camera-ready submission deadline
October 23-25, 2014 — Main Conference days
October 25, 2014- Master-class and workshop day

Contacts

Nick Puntikov, Chair of CEE-SECR 2014
Julia Kryuchkova, Secretary of CEE-SECR 2014
Moscow: +7 499 703 16 55
Saint-Petersburg: +7 812 336 93 44
contact@cee-secr.org

Gold sponsors

Deutsche BankIntelJetBrainsSAPSberTech

Silver sponsors

First Line SoftwareEMCQt by Digia

Hackathon sponsor

Digital Design

Sponsors

GenesysLuxoftOracleJelasticMediapark

Innovative Sponsor

IBM

Main partners

RussoftAP KIT

In cooperation

ACMACM Special Interest Group on Software Engineering

Hackathon partners

API MoscowInnovation Development Center MoscowGitHub

Partners

ParallelsPMI Moscow chapterSoftware EngineeringLuxoft Training

Technical partners

Hosting CenterReisebuero WELTDigital October

Mobile partner

Eventicious

With support of

RAECROSA

Educational Partner

IT Mine

Organizers

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