Call for Papers - XP 2005, June 18-23, 2005 Sheffield University,UK

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  1. Sixth International Conference on
    eXtreme Programming and Agile Processes
    in Software Engineering

    XP 2005

    June 18-23, 2005 Sheffield University, UK

    The Sixth International Conference on eXtreme Programming and Agile
    Processes in Software Engineering is a unique forum for industry and
    academic professionals to discuss their needs and ideas for
    incorporating eXtreme Programming and agile methodologies into their
    professional life under consideration of social aspects.

    XP 2005 facilitates to swap ideas in a number of ways, including
    featured talks by professionals on the cutting edge of eXtreme
    Programming and Agile Processes, technical presentations, special
    activity sessions, panels, posters, code camps, workshops, tutorials
    and other opportunities to exchange and elaborate on new findings. XP
    2005 features additionally a PhD Symposium for PhD students.


    The conference will stress practical applications and implications of
    XP and other agile methodologies (AM). Conference topics include, but
    are not limited to:

    * Foundations and rationale of XP and AM
    * Case studies, experiments and practioner's reports
    * XP, AM and "Lean Management"
    * Organizational Change
    * Other management and organizational issues
    * Scalability issues
    * Education and training
    * Introducing XP and AM into an organization
    * New insights into XP practices and their interrelations
    * Refactoring and continuous integration
    * XP, AM and process/product certifications (CMM, ISO 9001, ...)
    * Unit and acceptance testing: practices and experiences
    * Use of SW development tools and environments
    * Agile development of Open Source software
    * Merging of agile processes
    * Customer interaction

    Program Chair: Hubert Baumeister


    Papers must be original and not under consideration for publication
    elsewhere. Authors must clearly explain the contribution of the work
    in terms of its theoretical and/or practical value and relationship to
    previous work. Submissions must be full papers of at most 9 pages in
    English using the Springer LNCS style

    Each submission must include an abstract and a list of
    keywords. Electronic submission of proposals is required through the
    online submission system: All steps
    indicated there have to be carefully followed. The proceedings will
    appear in the LNCS series of Springer.

    Panels and Activities Co-Chairs: David Hussman and David Putman
    Details can be found at:

    Workshop Chair: Vera Peeters
    Details can be found at:

    Tutorial Chairs: Geoff and Emily Bache
    Details can be found at:

    Poster and Demonstration Chair: Barbara Russo
    Details can be found at:

    PhD-Symposium Chair: Sandro Pinna
    Details can be found at:


    * Paper submissions: January 16, 2005
    * Acceptance notification for full papers: March 6, 2005

    * Submissions for tutorials, workshops, panels and activities, PhD
    Symposium, and posters: March 1, 2005

    * Acceptance notification for submissions other than full papers:
    March 20, 2005

    * All final manuscripts: April 3, 2005

    * Pre-registration ends: May 7, 2005

    Conference Chair: Michele Marchesi, University of Cagliari, Italy
    Local Chair: Mike Holcombe, University of Sheffield, UK
    Program Chair: Hubert Baumeister, University of Munich (LMU), Germany

    For any additional information please contact
    Hubert Baumeister at:

    Dr. Hubert Baumeister, Institut für Informatik, Universität München
    Program Chair XP2005 (
    phone (x49-89)2180-9375 * fax -9175
    Hubert Baumeister, Jan 3, 2005
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