Spice Conference


Please visit the Call For Papers version on EasyChair.

Submissions are sought in the following categories:

•  Research Papers (Full Papers)

Research papers should describe innovative and significant work in process modelling, assessment and improvement, particularly relating to the application of the Standards for Process Assessment, which is relevant across the information technology industry generally. Research Papers should be a maximum of 14 pages.

•  Industrial Experience Reports (Short Papers)

Reports on practical experiences related to process assessment and improvement across the domains of software engineering, systems engineering and IT service management are sought. Industry Papers should be a maximum of 8 pages.


As with recent SPICE Conferences, the SPICE 2017 Conference proceedings are expected to be published by Springer as part of the Communications in Computer and Information Science (CCIS) book series.

Spinger CCIS

The SPICE 2016 Conference proceedings are avalaible online at Springer - access the online version.


As part of SPICE 2016 conference selected authors of best research and industry papers were invited to submitted extended and enhanced papers for consideration for publication in:

  • Computer Standards and Interfaces (5-Year Impact Factor: 1.453) published by Elsevier.
  • Software Quality Professional published by American Society for Quality (ASQ).
  • For SPICE 2017 the Programme Committee expect to be able to again offer two journal special issues to selected best research and industry papers. Further details will appear on the conference website shortly.

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