32nd IEEE International Conference on
Software Engineering Education & Training (CSEE&T 2020)
9 – 12 November in Munich, Germany
The Conference is now over. Thank you all, who participated!
Check out the CSEETconf YouTube channel for paper presentations and session videos!
For more than 30 years, CSEE&T has been the premier conference on software engineering (SE) education at the undergraduate, graduate, postgraduate, and professional level. Traditionally, CSEE&T is a platform for educators in the field to explore challenges, share experiences, discuss approaches, and generate new impulses for software engineering education & training. Special emphasis has always been on the transfer of knowledge and pedagogical paradigms between educators. This enables a highly interactive atmosphere including thought-provoking and highly constructive discussions with presenters and among a broad audience.
Paired with high-quality feedback from a dedicated program committee, CSEE&T presenters and attendees jointly identify actual challenges, promising educational approaches and particularly share their experience in a variety of aspects related to software engineering education. CSEE&T fosters collaboration and experimental application of proposed approaches, gathers empirical evidence on their effectiveness, and furthers knowledge exchange.
CSEE&T 2020 seeks original research papers on novel ideas, methods and techniques for software engineering education as well as education experience & industrial training reports. Contributions may concern all fields of software engineering education, among others, university education at graduate and undergraduate level, industrial training, as well as teaching software engineering at various kinds of secondary schools. We invite submissions on any aspects of software engineering education and training. The special theme of CSEE&T 2020 is “Educating for the Future”. Therefore, we particularly encourage submissions dealing with the use of new methods and technologies to improve software engineering education and training, and we seek contributions related to the challenges and issues when teaching these new achievements to learners.
We accept contributions in the following categories:
Research Papers, including
- Full Papers
- Short Papers
- Problems and Challenges Papers
- Industry Experience Reports
- Journal First Papers
- Poster and Tool Papers
- Satellite Event Proposals, including
- The Academy of Software Engineering Education & Training
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