SPICE Conference 2011 – updated

The SPICE conference 2011 will take place in Dublin. The conference has as its central theme the revision of the standard SPICE (ISO / IEC 15504) to include it in the family of related standards for process assessment (ISO / IEC 33001-99). Papers submitted should deal with the issues of process assessment, process improvement and capability determination. A special focus is given to the process areas testing, requirements engineering and project management.


  • Call for Papers 1 October, 2010
  • Full paper and extended abstracts submission 28 January, 2011
  • Notification of acceptance 21 February, 2011
  • Preliminary programme 1 March, 2011
  • Final camera of papers due 14 March, 2011
  • Early Bird Registration 1 April, 2011
  • Tutorials and Workshops 30 May, 2011
  • Conference 31 May – 1 June, 2011

As of now there are no keynote speakers known. But we will inform you here with updates.


The keynote speakers have been announced:

  • Michael J Wild – Functional Safety Expert at Motor Industry Research Association
  • Bashar Nuseibeh – Professor of Software Engineering and Chief Scientist at Lero – the Irish Software Engineering Research Centre
  • Carol Dekkers – Internationally recognized expert on the importance of communication and measurement, lean and Kan Ban

The program is also available now.


About the Author

Roman MildnerRoman Mildner, Certified Project Manager (PMP) and member of the United Mentors Network (UMN), has worked in the IT industry since 1992 and an independent consultant and project manager since 1998. His professional offering includes IT strategy consulting, project management and process improvement. For more details, please visit his UMN page.

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