Call for Papers

Contributions to ASQT 2016

The organizers  welcome paper submissions either in the form of a proceedings contributions  or lectures  fitting into the main topic of ASQT 2016 or the listed areas and related areas below. All relevant information is covered in the Call for Papers (CfP). Please submit your contribution to . Please use the subject “ASQT 2016 – proceedings contribution” or “ASQT 2016 – case study lecture” respectively.

Proceedings Contributions

Proceedings contributions present scientific results and findings (Master Thesis, PhD Thesis, original scientific conference or journal papers) aiming to point out their relevance for industry and/or society. Scientists get the opportunity to present their best and essential results focussing on their industrial impact and impact on society and discuss findings and ideas with enterprise executives. Proceedings contributions will be reviewed by program comittee. Contributions can must be submitted in English or German and should be about 10 – 12 pages in length using the author guidelines for OCG Proceedings (.docx, .doc, .pdf).  Furthermore we ask authors to send us their slides in advance, in order to generate a folder with the presenation slides for all conference participants.  It is expected that at least one of the authors will present the contents of the contribution at the conference.

Case Study Lectures

Ideally, case study lectures should report challenges and clearly explain solutions in an enterprise environment. Authors and presenters of lectures have to write an abstract of one page.   Case studies can be submitted in German or English. Authors of case study lectures should submit their presentations in a on page abstract (A4, font-size: 12 point, Times New Roman). Case study lectures will NOT be published in the proceedings. We ask authors of case study lectures to send us their presentation slides in advance, in ordder to generate folder with presentation slides for all conference participants. It is expected that at least one author of a case study will present the case study at the conference.


Topics of Interest

Topics of interest include but are not limited to:

  • Agile and Lean Practices
  • Application Lifecycle Management
  • Business Alignment in IT
  • Cloud Computing
  • Continuous Integration
  • Data Privacy and Security
  • Data Quality and Big Data
  • Design for Testability
  • Industrial challenges
  • Industry experience reports
  • Innovation and Business Models
  • Near- and Far-shoring
  • Penetration and Security Testing
  • Quality Management and Key Performance Indicators
  • Quality of mobile and ubiquitous apps
  • Software Services and Hybrid Value Creation
  • Social Enterprise and Collective Intelligence
  • Software as a Service
  • Software Testing as a Service (STaaS) and Managed Testing Services
  • Technology Assessments
  • Testing Methods
  • Tools in Software Testing (e.g., model-based testing, test automation etc.)
  • Test Process Improvement