Topics and Types of Presentations
Talks are accepted on topics related to software development. Here are some of them:
- Programming Technologies and Tools
- AI; Intelligent Apps and Analytics; Intelligent Things
- IoT; Digital Twins
- Data Science; Big Data
- Blockchain; Event-Driven
- Cloud; Cloud to the Edge
- High-Loaded Systems
- Embedded Systems; Hardware and Low-level Programming.
- Open Source Technologies & Community
- Voice Interfaces; Natural Languages Text Processing; Conversational Platforms
- Security; Continuous Adaptive Risk and Trust
- VR, AR, Immersive Experience
- Software Quality Assurance
- System and Business Analysis and Requirements Engineering
- Project and Product Management (Classical & Agile)
- Knowledge Management
- Software Architecture
- Continuous Professional Development: From Classical to Corporate University
- Business and Entrepreneurship
- Human-Computer Interaction; User Experience, Usability
If there is no needed subject area, you can propose it to the review of the program committee.
The Types of Presentations
The vast majority of presentations delivered at the Conference are regular talks. A Program Committee selects them on a competitive basis. There will be a 40-min timeslot (or 1.5 hr - two timeslots 40 min + 40 min) allocated for each presentation in the conference schedule. This timeslot includes time for both actual presentation and Q&A.
Short (about 15-20 min) report related to the topic of the Conference or close to it.
Practical training speech. Duration: 1.5 - 3 hours.
Expert discussion of the chosen subject with moderation (duration up to 1.5 hours). Positions expressed proponents and opponents.