|February 1, 2017||Abstract and optional full paper submission begins|
|March 13, 2017||Exhibit & Supporter registration opens|
|April 30, 2017||Abstract and optional extended abstract submission ends|
|June 5, 2017||Acceptance notifications sent|
|July 24, 2017||Submit final abstracts and presenter biographies|
|August 28, 2017||Submit final presentations and optional full papers|
The IEEE Software Technology Conference (STC) is a leading software conference that targets software practitioners from industry, government, and academia. The conference provides a forum for leading software practitioners to share opportunities, challenges, and successes. The rich exchange of ideas, technologies, data, and best practices will help practitioners lead software for business innovation, national defense, critical infrastructure, information technology, global markets, etc.
We invite you to connect with colleagues and share your knowledge, expertise, and insights in software and systems technology for meeting real world opportunities and challenges. Presenters or tutorial leaders should please submit their abstracts using this website. Presenters have the option to submit full papers instead of abstracts, and all accepted full papers will be published in the IEEE Xplore Digital Library.
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