10th International Research Workshop
on Advances and Innovations in Software Testing

The Systems Testing Excellence Program (STEP) of the University of Memphis at the FedEx Institute of Technology is pleased to announce 10th International Research Workshop on Advances and Innovations in Software Testing on May 1-2, 2017. The Software Testing Workshop features a full day of research paper presentations on Monday, May 1 with dinner event to follow, and a half day of tutorials on the morning of Tuesday, May 2.

For details about the workshop, please see https://umdrive.memphis.edu/g-mis/www/memphis/step/STEP2017/index.html

Location: Memphis, Tennessee at the FedEx Institute of Technology.

Accepted submissions: Theoretical and practical aspects of testing including cyber security testing, hardware testing, software testing, requirements testing, and the testing of business rules.

STEP is an interdisciplinary research program under the auspices of the FedEx Institute of Technology that brings together the departments of Business Information and Technology (formerly MIS), Computer Science, and Electrical & Computer Engineering. The workshop is also supported by FedEx's Global Testing Center for Excellence which has a unique research and training partnership relationship with STEP.

The workshop will be a mixture of presentations and open discussions. It is anticipated that attendees from both academia and industry will benefit greatly from the open exchange of ideas and methodologies on software testing.

2017 Workshop Keynote Address Speakers


Past Workshops Keynote Address Speakers

  • Dave Miller, FedEx Services
  • Thomas Wissink, Lockheed Martin Corporate Engineering
  • Patrick Shelton, Systems and Software Solutions, IBM
  • Ron Moussafi, Intel Corporation
  • Dr. Mark Brown, International Testing and Evaluation Association
  • Dave Miller, FedEx Services
  • Dr. Steven Hutchinson, Defense Information Systems Agency
  • Ralph H Groce III, Wells Fargo Retirement
  • Dr. Alan Hevner, University of South Florida
  • Dr. Bill Scherlis, Carnegie Mellon University
  • Dr. Jeff Offutt, George Mason University
  • Dr. Thomas Ball, Microsoft Research
  • Dr. Cem Kaner, Florida Institute of Technology

Call For Papers

Please click here for a printable version of the call for papers.