about the conference

     The capability to design quality software and implement modern information systems is at the core of economic growth in the 21st century. Nevertheless, exploiting this potential is only possible when adequate human resources are available and when modern software engineering methods and tools are used.

    The recent years have witnessed rapid evolution of software engineering methodologies, including the creation of new platforms and tools which aim to shorten the software design process, raise its quality and cut down its costs. This evolution is made possible through ever-increasing knowledge of software design strategies as well as through improvements in system design and code testing procedures. At the same time, the need for broad access to high-performance and high-throughput computing resources necessitates the creation of large-scale, interactive information systems, capable of processing millions of transactions per seconds. These systems, in turn, call for new, innovative distributed software design and implementation technologies.

     The Software Engineering Conference (KKIO) is an annual event, first held in 1999. It provides an important forum for exchange of experience and ideas among scientists, instructors and industry representatives interested in the problems of software engineering and its practical applications

     In 2005 the KKIO'2005 event (the 7th edition of the Conference) will be held in Cracow, with the dominant topic of: 'Software engineering - evolution and emerging technologies'.

     The aim of KKIO'2005 will be to review and analyze emerging software engineering technologies, focusing on the evolution of design and implementation platforms, as well as on novel computer systems related to the development of ubiquitous information services.

     We heartily invite to submiting papers and taking part in KKIO'2005 in Krakow!

Krzysztof Zieliński
Program Committee Chairman


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