Submission deadline: Closed
IEEE Software solicits theme issue proposals from potential guest editors (GEs). Although anyone can submit a proposal at any time, we’re soliciting proposals so that we can collect a number of theme issues for IEEE Software’s editorial board to discuss. We expect at least one GE from industry and one from academia. We also encourage geographical diversity of the GEs.
Submission and Review
Submit your proposal via EasyChair at easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ieeeswoct2017. Guidelines and templates are at www.computer.org/software-magazine/write-for-software. For information on previous issues of IEEE Software, see www.obren.nl/ieeesw, under the “Issues” menu item.
The theme issue associate editor will perform the initial check of the proposal. If a proposal has potential, the theme issue associate editor will submit it to the IEEE Software editorial and advisory board members for evaluation. Members of the IEEE Software initiatives team might also provide input. The evaluation will be based on technical accuracy, objectivity, balance, GE capability, proposal quality, and relationship to other recent and planned theme issues. On the basis of the board members’ comments, the theme issue associate editor will decide whether the proposal should be accepted, revised, or rejected.
IEEE Computer Society staff and volunteers will set up the schedule for any accepted theme issues.
For More Information
Contact Henry Muccini, firstname.lastname@example.org or henry.muccini (Skype)
IEEE Software’s Mission
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