The 16th International Conference on the Quality of Information and Communications Technology invites proposals for tutorials to be presented as part of the conference program.
We seek tutorials on emerging topics related to the main conference topics, but proposals on other new or long-standing fundamental challenges on the Quality of Information and Communications Technology are also welcome.
The goal of the tutorials is to offer a broad audience with a varied range of interests and backgrounds, including professionals, researchers, and students, the opportunity to explore innovative trends, learn new techniques, or improve their knowledge with experts on specific tutorial topics.
Tutorials will be organized on the first day of the conference in parallel with other sessions, and participants of the conference will have free access to all of them.
Possible topics could include, but are not limited to:
Testing in Continuous Deployment
Artificial Intelligence in Software Engineering
Other topics related to the conference tracks
Detailed instructions for tutorials proposers
Tutorial proposal should be submitted in a single PDF file (3 pages max.) and must include the following:
Tutorial Duration: 2.0 hours or 3.0 hours.
Abstract briefly describing the concept and content of the tutorial (no more than 200 words)
Names, email, affiliations, and short biographies of the speakers, highlighting their experience on the proposed topic (no more than 200 words per speaker)
Expected target audience and a brief description of the background required by the tutorial attendees
Tutorial content: a detailed description of the tutorial content. It should highlight the relevance and timeliness of the addressed topic, the goals of the tutorial, and an outline of its content.
Tutorial proposals will be evaluated according to the following criteria:
Please submit your proposal with the requested information via email to the following email address: email@example.com