International Conference on Software and Systems Processes 2022 Opens Registration and Announces Program
April 6, 2022—The SEI has opened registration for the 2022 International Conference on Software and Systems Processes (ICSSP). Register online for the virtual event, which will take place May 19-20.
The conference also recently announced its program, including keynote speakers Grady Booch of IBM, the SEI’s Tom Longstaff, and the University of Limerick’s Ita Richardson.
The conference’s three keynote speakers will address the theme of ICSSP 2022, “Envisioning the Future of Software Engineering Process and Practice for Global Competitiveness and Innovation.”
Richardson is a professor of software quality in the Department of Computer Science and Information Systems at the University of Limerick, as well as a prolific author, mentor, and researcher. Her keynote address on the value of interdisciplinarity will open the conference.
Booch, chief scientist for software engineering at IBM Research, will end the conference’s first day with a talk about the history and future of software engineering. An innovator of object-oriented design, Booch leads IBM’s research and development for embodied cognition.
Longstaff, the SEI’s chief technology officer, will give a third keynote address to close the conference.
ICSSP 2022 will feature sessions on business strategy; DevOps, continuous integration, and continuous development; global software engineering; security and DevSecOps; Agile development; human aspects of distributed software development and processes; and model-driven development. The conference will also hold a tribute to software engineering pioneer Watts Humphrey and a panel session on the future of software engineering.
ICSSP, held jointly with the International Conference on Global Software Engineering (ICGSE), brings together researchers and practitioners to share their findings, experiences, and new ideas on diverse topics related to software and system processes and global software engineering. The goal of the conference is to advance both the state of the research and the state of the practice by applying innovative ideas from different fields of research to the future of software engineering process and globally distributed software development.