The 15th Annual Software Engineering
Process Group Conference (SEPG 2003)
February 24-27, 2003
Hynes Convention Center, Boston, Massachusetts

SEPG 2003 is the premier international conference for software process professionals who want to take a systematic approach to improving people, process, and technology at their organizations.


Since today's organizations work with colleagues, contractors, and communities all over the world, software engineering process groups (SEPGs) play a growing role in uniting organizational resources that are geographically or culturally diverse.

This year's conference sessions will focus on the theme of "assuring stability in a global enterprise." Your research and experiences provide the best insight into how SEPGs and software process improvement efforts help a global enterprise find its center. We encourage you to submit proposals for sessions that explore this theme.

Submit proposals for tutorials, presentations, or panels by Monday, July 1, 2002 via the SEPG 2003 Web site:

As in previous years, SEPG 2003 will also include keynote presentations, "birds-of-a-feather" (BoF) sessions, and an
exhibit showcase.


Jun 15, 2002 Volunteer to review abstracts
Jul 01, 2002 Submit proposals for SEPG sessions
Oct 04, 2002 Notify presenters of acceptance
Dec 01, 2002 Volunteer to moderate sessions/monitor rooms
Dec 09, 2002 Submit final presentation materials


Contact us for more information:

412-268-5539 SEPG Conference (
412-268-5800 The SEI (

The Software Engineering Institute (SEI) is a federally funded research and development center sponsored by the U.S. Department of Defense and operated by Carnegie Mellon University.

Copyright 2002 Carnegie Mellon University.