An alternative approach for the presentation of ongoing projects/new
work will be available for conference participants.
An area on the conference premises has been designated for the
presentation of information regarding projects or activities of interest
The Poster session is part of the exhibition.
Poster presenters are expected to bring their printed poster and handouts and stay during the entire session.
Attendees will browse among the posters and speak directly with the presenters. Thus, the poster session is intended to be informal, conversational.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
Software testing theory and practice
Domain specific testing, e.g.:
web services testing
Embedded software testing
And OO software testing
Verification & validation
Testability and diagnosability
Design for testability
Testing in multidisciplinary applications
Model-driven engineering and testing
Agile/iterative/incremental testing processes
Open source software/3rdparty software testing
Novel approaches to software reliability assessment
Selection will be made by a poster session committee of ICST.
The poster should be A1 size (59.4 cm x 84.1 cm or 23.4 inches x 33.1
inches) and may be handmade or printed. However, please note that only
posters of informative and technical-scientific style will be accepted!
The only accepted language for the poster is English.
In order to submit a poster, two PDF files must be submitted:
the poster itself, in a format that can be printed on a single A1 sheet
a two-page abstract in IEEE double-column format (it will appear in the conference proceedings, if the poster is accepted)
NOTE: Your poster can be realised as a single slide in PowerPoint (or similar software), but the presentation
must contain only one slide (additional slides after the first will not be considered) in A1 size.
Please, make sure that the poster contains the following information:
Contact information: name of presenter(s), affiliated organization / agency, location
Topic(s) of focus
Description of the subject (process, methods)
Evaluation and outcomes (i.e., observations, key findings, anecdotes, etc.)