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REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!
19th IEEE International Conference in Program Comprehension (ICPC)
June 22-24, 2011 * Kingston, Ontario, Canada
ICPC is the principal venue for works in the area of program comprehension,
which encompasses both the human activity of comprehending software and the
technologies for supporting the program comprehension. The conference features
the presentation of research papers, posters and tool demonstrations,
industrial challenges, workshops and a student research symposium track. ICPC
2011 is the ideal venue for meeting and learning from colleagues from around
the world. The conference promises to provide a quality forum for researchers
and practitioners from academia, industry, and government to present and to
discuss state-of-the-art results and best practices in the field of program
The program includes 18 full research papers, 7 short papers, 5 posters, 5 tool
demonstrations, 10 student symposium papers and 2 Keynotes. We will have
sessions on Concept and Feature Location, Empirical Studies of Programmers,
Automating Support for Program Comprehension, Collaborative Program
Comprehension, Aspect-Oriented Programming, and Software Evolution.
We will be having two exciting keynote presentations. The keynote speakers are
Leon Moonen Building a Better Map: Wayfinding in Software Systems, research
scientist at Simula Research Laboratory in Norway, and Margaret Burnett of the
Oregon State University in USA Males and Females Developing Software: Are
Programming Tools Getting in the Way? In addition, the award for Most
Influential Paper from IWPC 2001 will be given to Margaret-Anne D. Storey
University of Victoria, Canada, and she will give a presentation on An
Interactive Visualization Environment for Exploring Java Programs: SHriMP Views
CSER (Consortium for Software Engineering) 2011 Spring Workshop will be
co-located with ICPC on June 25, 2011.
Early registration ends May 16, 2011.
Kingston, Ontario is a Canadian city located in Eastern Ontario where the St.
Lawrence River flows out of Lake Ontario. Located midway between Toronto and
Montreal, Kingston was named the first capital of the Province of Canada.
Kingston is the county seat of Frontenac County. Kingston is nicknamed the
"Limestone City" because of the many historic buildings built from the local
Kingston can be reached by flying to Toronto (YYZ, ~260 KM away), Ottawa (YOW,
~200KM away), or Syracuse, NY (SYR, ~200KM away) and taking ground
transportation (train, bus, private shuttle, or car).
The conference will be held at Radisson Hotel Kingston Harbourfront. Discounted
rates of $169 per night are available through May 15, 2011 by contacting the
hotel directly. See the web site for more details.
Thomas Dean - Queens University, Canada
Program Committee Chairs:
Susan Elliott Sim - University of California, Irvine, USA
Filippo Ricca DISI, Università di Genoa, Italy
Sponsors and partners:
Research in Motion, IEEE, IEEE Computer Society, The Queen's University, The
University of Saskatchewan, Computer Associates, Reengineering Forum
The Open University is incorporated by Royal Charter (RC 000391), an exempt
charity in England & Wales and a charity registered in Scotland (SC 038302).