Present at this year’s software conference – STEW

Today we release the call for presentations to the eighth annual Software Technology Exchange Workshop (STEW). This year’s theme is Connected Society.

The conference will be in Lund, on November 13-14th 2019. Like previous years the conference is arranged by Swedsoft, but this year the conference is presented together with the co-hosts Lund University, Malmö University, Blekinge Institute of Technology, Linnaeus University, Teknikföretagen, Saab,Starcounter, Addalot, Informator, ANTS and Business Region Göteborg.

The purpose of STEW is to encourage and promote cooperation between different industry sectors, between academia/institutes and companies, and with the public sector. At STEW we want to make research and project results visible and stimulate new cooperation in software technology.

The conference is organized to facilitate knowledge exchange and dissemination of results from different forms of cooperation. STEW provides a forum for researchers and industry representatives to meet and learn about recent, industry-relevant research and experiences in the domain of software development. The conference also promotes networking among academic and industrial attendees.

Everyone is invited to answer this call with presentations from different perspectives and areas, on this year’s theme Connected Society. The presentations should be submitted here no later than April 12th.

You can download the full call for presentations here.

Practical information STEW 2019

Conference dates: November 13-14th, 2019
Where: Lund
Registration will later this spring.

Presentation proposal deadline: April 12th, 2019
Submission of slides: November 4th, 2019

Please contact stew@swedsoft.se if you have any questions at all.


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