SECR 2009 is over. To learn about current SECR please visit www.cee-secr.org.
Important dates
October 26, 27, 30: CMMI training in Russian

October 27: Banking Day and other Collocated Events

October 28-29: main conference and SQA Days
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Adobe

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Microsoft

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Exigen Services

Gold sponsor


IBM

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EMC

Silver sponsor


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To Participants of CEE SECR 2009 conference

Thank you for participating in the conference CEE SECR 2009!

When?

Conference will take place on October 28-29, 2009. Registration to the conference will start at 8-00, opening ceremony starts at 9-00.

Where?

Venue: International Cultural Center оf Higher School of Economics, 5A, Vorontcovo Pole Street, Moscow (drive from Pokrovsky boulevard/Durasovsky lane, entrance from Durasovsky lane). If you drive please come earlier, parking in Moscow center may take some time. The nearest metro station is Kurskaya/Chkalovskaya (7 minutes walking). Map is available here: /venue/

Registration

Please take your passport or other identification document, conference passes will be given only to those people who are in the list.

At the registration you will get a conference program, the conference CD with abstracts, the participants’ questionnaire and a badge which is your pass to the conference.

If you travelling on official business please bring papers you need to sign up at the conference (if needed). Please bring original contracts if you need to sign up them with organizing company. You don’t need any contracts if you register at the site on public offer base.

Please come in advance and don’t be late!

Conference activities

Detailed program and workshops details are available here: /docs/cee_secr_banks_2009_program_en.pdf

Lunch, 2 coffee-breaks, tea and coffee will be provided during the conference.

Free WIFI is available at the conference halls.

The simultaneous translation will be organized in the main conference room.

Lottery for all participants who filled in the questionnaire will be held at the closing ceremony, on October, 29. The best authors will be awarded (by choice of participants and program committee).

Contacts

For emergency calls please use the following number: +7 (915) 021-0359 (organizational committee). Anna Politova is the main organizational contact.
Welcome to the conference!

With best regards,
Organizational Committee

Registration at the conference site is working normally

Registration at the conference site is working again as usual. We apologize to all participants who tried to register on Friday, October 23 - we had a temporary glitch with the registration, which is already settled.

IBM is a Gold Sponsor for Both Conferences

iBM


IBM came to Russia in 1974. For decades in Russia, IBM took into account the region specifics, and offers products and services with the best scheme. Particular attention is paid to relations with business partners. Vast experience in project management helps IBM to ensure efficient implementation of solutions and timely delivery to their customers. A wide range of IBM technologies is supported by a flexible pricing policy.

IBM supports SECR for the fourth time. This year, IBM has also decided to support the conference “CEE-SECR 2009: Banks”, devoted to developing solutions for the financial industry. We are happy to welcome IBM and we are sure of a beneficial cooperation!

Program Committee has completed reviewing papers for CEE SECR 2009: Banks

Program Committee has announced today the list of papers accepted for the conference CEE-SECR 2009: Banks.

Accepted papers:

  • Dmitry Vikharev, Alexey Khrolenko “Practical implementation of compact e-cash. “mobiEcash”
  • Alexandra Moskvitina (Exigen Services) “Agile methodology introduction in heavy documented banking IT projects”
  • Sergey Ivliev, Natasha Schukina “Case Study: Information-analytical system implementation in the West-Urals regional bank of Russian Savings bank”
  • Snehal Gaikwad, Morel Benoit (CMU) “Privacy Policy Framework for Financial Organizations”
  • Anatoly Kaptsan (Compass plus) “Technological Platform RadixWare”
  • Diana Wainberg (Usethics) “Online bank with a human face”
  • Kirill Shipota (Exigen Services) “Coordination of SOA/BPM application on example of a big bank”

Program Committee has completed reviewing papers for CEE SECR 2009

Program Committee has announced today the list of papers accepted for the conference CEE-SECR: 2009.

As we already reported, the contest has attracted 143 articles from 21 countries worldwide, 35% of them were accepted as oral presentations and 25% were accepted as poster presentations. Each oral presentation will take 30 minutes in the conference program. This time includes also answers to questions from the audience.

In total, this year’s conference will be submitted over 120 reports, of which: seven keynotes, nine invited talks, about ten sponsors’ presentations, more than fifty oral presentations and forty posters.

We would like to remember you, that speakers (authors of the accepted papers presenting at the conference) will get free passes to the event. However, we want to encourage authors whose reports were not included in the program – we offer discount prices for registration for them. Discounts are also provided for co-authors of accepted papers and speakers, whose papers will be presented in the stand mode.

Accepted papers (regular and poster presentations):

  • Sergey Zykov “Designing patterns to support heterogeneous enterprise systems lifecycle”
  • Nikita Sushkov, Sergey Zykov “Message System Refactoring Using DSL”
  • Alexey Lyanguzov “Content Driven Testing: Practical Use in Software Testing”
  • Yuriy Ovchinnikov, Olga Maksimenkova “Specificity of the collection requirements and the development in automation of the business-processes of the record keeping”
  • Daniil Bratin “Specialities of the FDL v. 1.0, the Fronted Description Language”
  • Irina Kuzmina, Sergey Mineev “Implantation of Software Integration Process of Complex Hardware-Software Systems under Conditions of Limited Resources”
  • Evgeny Akimov, Svetlana Mikheeva, Yuri Sinkin “Requirements Testing Methodology”
  • Anastasia Segrenyova “Social styles as the foundation of effective communication in a project environment”
  • Andrew Mayorov “XSLT in Agile web development”
  • Slava Vassiliev “Using Microsoft DSL technology to planning of the drug therapy course and diagnostic process”
  • Artem Zarafyants “WBEM/CIM & WS-MAN technology application”
  • Anton Khritankov “An Approach to Software Project Feasibility Study Using Stochastic Risk Model during Proposal Preparation”
  • Alexander Khrushchev “Efficiency of usage of automatic tests in IT Projects”
  • Anatoliy Doroshenko, Konstantin Zhereb “Automated Development of Applications for Graphical Processing Units Using Rewriting Rules”
  • Vitaliy Filippov “Dressing Subversion: ViewVC and SVN-Searcher”
  • Dmitry Maroushko “ICT-infrastructure and economic growth: influence and estimation problems”
  • Vadim Savkin “Software inspections in practice”
  • Sergey Goritskiy “Using MS BizTalk Server to develop applications with streaming, service-oriented architecture”
  • Alexey Ieshin, Vadim Dmitriev, Marina Gerenko “Test Automation: Flexible Way”
  • Anton Grachev “Practical experience in implementation the solution of integrated software development project automation”
  • Peter Kartashov “Automation test design through AUT decomposition”
  • Andrey Ponomarenko, Vladimir Rubanov, Alexey Khoroshilov “A System for analysis of backward binary compatibility of shared libraries in Linux”
  • Vladimir Itsykson, Marat Akhin “A Regression Test Selection Technique Based on Incremental Dynamic Analysis”
  • Stanislav Fomin “The Cathedral or The Bazaar”: Version Control — Centralized or Distributed?”
  • Tatiana Smekhnova “Self-motivation in complicated IT projects”
  • Andrew Bibichev “How to Design Large Scale Systems in Agile”
  • Slava Vassiliev “Using Microsoft.NET Micro Framework in the medical wireless sensors network”
  • Leonid Vassiliev, Slava Vassiliev “Using the Microsoft VSTO to development of the medical workstations with high usability”
  • Natalya Rukol “7 most important problems in QA personnel assessment implementation and solutions for them”
  • Elena Ivanova “How to choose consulting company and work productively with consulters”
  • Matvei Braginski “Software development process in our region”
  • Yuk Wong “Quality Management: Benchmark Software Review in Australian Practice”
  • Vladislav Orlikov “Run start-up in the economic instability situation”
  • Yuri Gubin, Anatoly Shalyto “Neuro-Automata Based Controlling”
  • Sergey Politsyn “Ways of Calculating Approximate Project Time Consumption”
  • Julia Smoylovskaya “The criteria of system development methodology choice for the minimization of the time and resources”
  • Pavel Tsytovich “UML-model of units of U.Grenander’s patterns theory”
  • Dmitry Zaretskiy, Vladimir Serbin “Using Agile Methods for Product Software Development”
  • Vladimir Merkulov, Leonid Gladkikh “A Framework for Crisis-Time Distributed Systems Development”
  • Dmitry Bashakin, Eugeny Chuvashov “Management of the distributed software development teams: practical recommendations”
  • Anatoly Khomonenko “Estimation of Program Reverse Semantic Traceability Influence at Program Reliability with Assistance of Object-Oriented Metrics”
  • Sergey Sheypak “SaaS concept for digital animation creation”
  • Iliya Gavrilov “Management of test group in the department of Agile projects”
  • Maxim Kotov, Ilya Kheifets “Organization of worldwide software sales through the Internet”
  • Grigory Gusev, Tatyana Peftieva “Causal Analysis: Rational Simplicity Works”
  • Igor Odintsov, Mikhail Rubin “TRIZ methods in SW development to enhance the productivity”
  • Alexey Barantsev, Sergey Groshev, Vitaliy Omelchenko “Generation of test scripts for application with GUI optimized for hand execution”
  • Mohsen Khaxar “Monitoring Safety Properties of the Composite Web Services at Runtime Using CSP”
  • Nikolai Kazantsev “Color compression in video registration and security systems”
  • Vadim Podbelskiy, N. Kiselyova, A. Stolyarenko “Information-Analytical System for Discovery of Regularities in Databases”
  • Yanbin Liu “Combining Slicing and Dicing For Software Fault Localization”
  • Iman Attarzadeh “Proposing a New High Performance Model in Software Development Effort Estimation”
  • Snehal Gaikwad, Mihir Kedia, Aashish Jog “Intelligent Data Analytics Console”
  • Alexander Ulanov, Peter Gazaryan, Andrew Zaikin “Agile development methodology for Service-oriented architecture implementation”
  • Saadbin Abid “AutoMapCon: plug-in based approach for extracting traceability links and maintaining consistency in model-based product lines”
  • Faheem Ahmed, Piers Campbell, Azam Beg, Luiz Fernando Capretz “Soft Skills Requirements in Software Architecture’s Job: An Exploratory Study”
  • Serguei Roubtsov, Alexander Serebrenik, Mark Van den Brand “D_n-based Design Quality Comparison of Industrial Java Applications”
  • Sergey Rymsha, Vladimir Erofeev, Nikolai Shevelev “Agile project management for Media and Publishing industry”
  • Yury Bogoyavlenskiy, Anatoly Voronin, Dmitry Korzun, Alexandr Borodin, Alexandr Kolosov, Mikhail Kryshen “Programming for Open Platforms at Universities: Experience of Joint Activity of Petrozavodsk State University and Nokia University Cooperation Program”
  • Sebastian Wieczorek, Alin Stefanescu “Service Integration: A Soft Spot in the SOA Testing Stack”
  • Andrej Krajnc, Marjan Hericko, Uros Goljat “Measuring the Advantages of the Software Factories Approach”
  • Saeed Talatian Azad, Javad Esmaeili “A Model for using and Coordinating Heterogeneous Mobile Service Providers”
  • Vladimir Jotov “Towards a model of versioning domain”
  • Sergei Khanzhin “Factors, Influencing on Working Efficiency in Process of Development or Adjustment of Software. Methods of Efficiency Enhancement ”
  • Allaoua Chaoui, Mohamed Naoufel Kholladi, Elhillali Kerkouche “Mapping BPMN onto BPEL using Graph Grammars and Atom3”
  • Allaoua Chaoui, Amel Boubendir “An approach to analyse interactions between aspects at requirement phase”
  • Babak Mirmobin, Fereidoon Shams “An Aspect Management Tool to Enhance Introducing AOP to SOA”
  • Nadezhda Koshkina “IT Specialists Motivation Based on Satisfaction of Their Needs”
  • Rudy Katchow, Inge Van de Weerd “On the integration of software product management with software defect management in distributed environments”
  • Andrew Borisenko, Pavel Fedotov, Oleg Stepanov, Anatoly Shalyto “Reliable Software with Complex Behavior Development”
  • Vladimir Fedotov “ Towards effective test environment for orchestration testing ”
  • Dmitry Isaychenko “Life after implementation: operation-friendly software development”
  • Ilia Blaer “E-government and outsourcing”

Early bird registration date extended to October 10

CEE SECR 2009 Organizing Committee is pleased to announce that the deadline for early registration extended to October 10, 2009. Organizing since 2005, CEE SECR 2009 is a key event in the software development field in Central and Eastern Europe. Each year it attracts more than five hundred experts of the software industry in the region.

More information about the conference program: /lang/en-en/for-participants/main-days/
Early registration is available: /lang/en-en/for-participants/registration/

New payment possibilities

Now it became even easier to pay for participation in the conference. You can pay online for participation in CEE SECR 2009, CEE SECR 2009: Banks, SQA Days 2009, as well as participation in seminars and courses with cards Visa / MasterCard. You can do this during the registration to the conference. Service is implemented using RBK Money payment system, so you can also use your electronic purse.

You can find further information about payment of participation in the conference here. Section “Payment through payment system”.

Learn more about RBK Money here.

Program Chair will meet with media representatives on September 24

We invite media representatives, bloggers, as well as representatives of our infosponsors to a meeting with Vladimir L Pavlov, Chairman of International Software and Productivity Engineering Institute (INTSPEI), CEE-SECR Program Chair.

The meeting will be held on Thursday, September 24, 2009, from 16:00 to 18:00, at the International Cultural Center of the Higher School of Economics (/venue). Registration will begin at 15:30.

During the meeting Vladimir will tell you about the conference program and will answer journalists’ questions.
To take part in the meeting, please send a request to Tatyana Taganskaya (taganskaya@intspei.com).

CEE-SECR 2009:Banks Paper Submission Deadline Extended to October 1, 2009

Program Committee announced that submission deadline for conference CEE SECR 2009: Banks was shifted to October 1, 2009. To learn more about submission process and requirements, please read Call for Papers: /docs/cee-secr-2009-banks-cfp-1-rus.pdf. Speakers (presenting authors of the accepted papers) get free passes to the event.

For the main days of the conference CEE SECR 2009 papers submission is complete. About 140 articles were sent to the contest, which is two times more than last year.

We are looking forward to see you on October 27-29 in Moscow at the CEE-SECR 2009.

The Program Committee Has Accepted 18 Regular Papers, More to be Accepted in Two Weeks

The first eighteen regular reports were accepted for inclusion into the conference program:

  • Andrey Karpov, Evgeniy Ryzhkov “Early errors detection in parallel programs”
  • Vladimir Itsykson, Mikhail Moiseev, Vadim Tsesko, Alexey Zakharov “Automatic defects detection in industrial software for С/С++”
  • Oleg Ridchenko “Specifics of IT Project Managers in Eastern Europe”
  • Sergey Andrzheevsky “Planning Game for offshore XP project”
  • Tatyana Peftieva, Stanislav Kalkanov “Quality Assurance in practice or how to make project audit really useful”
  • Dmitry Vavilov, Larisa Melikhova, Alexey Logunov “Perspectives of Digital TV applications development in Russia”
  • Alexander Kondakov “CMMI® Appraisals: He who laughs last…”
  • Anton Khritankov “An Approach to Software Project Feasibility Study Using Stochastic Risk Model during Proposal Preparation”
  • Stepan Bogdan, Anton Kudinov, Nikolay Markov “Example of implementation of MES Magistral-Vostok for oil and gas production enterprise”
  • Julia Nechaeva “Catches of Testing Outsourcing”
  • Stas Fomin “Test management with Testopia — missing link?”
  • Ali Khawaldeh, Mohammed Mahdi, Monzer Krishan “Simulation of Neurofuzzy Controller Design for Unstable and Non-linear Control Systems”
  • Saeid Kamari, Mohammad Khayyambashi “Automatic Interface Generation of a Service Participating in Multiple Choreographies”
  • Dima Bulov, Vladimir Bulov “Creating technological portal commodity distribution network automotive company”
  • Tatyana Peftieva, Stanislav Kalkanov “Mind the GAP or how to provide stability and evolution in software development using CMMI GAP-analysis”
  • Wojciech Basalaj, Frank Van den Beuken, Andrew Kay “Overlaps between C++ Coding Standards, A comparison of HICPP, JSF++ and MISRA C++”
  • Michele Marchesi, Giulio Concas, Guido Porruvecchio, Sara Didaci, Marco Melis, Dino Manca “Regulus: a tool supporting agile and non-agile processes based on meta-information”
  • Sergey Zykov “Software Engineering and Computer Science Curricula Development for IT University of Republic of Kazakhstan”

Look for updates our web-site: abstracts and speakers’ bios will be published soon.

The final list of all accepted regular talks will be approved by Program Committee on September 25. We expect that it will contain some 50-60 the very best papers from about 120-130 submitted.

The vast majority of presentations delivered at CEE-SECR conference are regular talks. They are selected by the international Program Committee using double-blind peer review process: submitting authors are not informed of who reviews their papers, and the identity of the authors is concealed from the reviewers, lest the knowledge of authorship bias their review. In 2008 the Program Committee has accepted 62% of submitted papers; in 2009 we plan to slow down the acceptance rate to 50%. Please, visit /submission to download Call For Papers and learn more about submitting regular paper. The submission deadline is September 12.