ESP 6

ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA, USA
5 - 7 JANUARY 1996

ESP 6 will take place in Alexandria, Virginia, USA (bordering on Washington DC) on January 5th - 7th 1996. This will not clash with that year's PPIG workshop.

ESP is committed to:

  • the encouragement of empirical studies across the whole range of activities concerned with software production and use;
  • the involvement of, and interaction between, researchers and practitioners in both academia and industry;
  • an inter-disciplinary approach, involving psychologists, cognitive scientists, software engineers and computer scientists inter alia;
  • bringing together the global community of people interested in these issues.

Papers, panel proposals, and posters may be submitted. Papers are refereed by three members of the program committee. Those selected will be published as an edited volume in Ablex' Empirical Studies of Programmers series.

The dates for your diary are:

23 May 95 - Panel proposals and paper submissions
21 Jul 95 - Revised papers due.
5-7 Jan 96 - Conference.

ESP6 will be held in "Old Town" Alexandria, Virginia. The Workshop hotel will provide free shuttle service to and from Washington National Airport (about a 15 minute ride) as well as to the Alexandria Metro stop (about 15 minutes to the Capitol & Museum area of DC).

For further information, contact:

Wayne D. Gray, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Psychology & Fellow
of the Krasnow Institute for Advanced Study
George Mason University
m/s 3f5
4400 University Drive
Fairfax, VA 22030-4444
USA

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