June 14-18, 2021
June 14-18, 2021
All dates are defined as the end of the day anywhere on earth (AoE).
Agile software development is a contemporary approach to software engineering. Over the past few decades, there have been significant empirical and theoretical research efforts to explain how various agile approaches enhance our ability to create and respond to change. In a period of such uncertainty and turbulence across the global landscape, agile software practices provide us with a way to better understand, implement and improve software development. Yet as the agile community grows and new perspectives emerge, it opens further research gaps and questions which need to be addressed people, processes, practices and how organizations are now considering ways to scale agile transformations. As a result, newer practices and approaches need to be investigated scientifically, and novel research methods and study designs can shed new light on practices.
This year, XP conference introduces the Poster Track for both researchers and practitioners to submit their work in the form of posters. This is an excellent opportunity for those who are at various stages of the research to present and discuss their most recent research ideas, findings, experiences, and challenges across agile and lean software development. We encourage you to showcase the novelty of your research at XP conference. We invite submissions addressing topics across the broad spectrum of agile and lean software development, including business, process, human, and technical aspects.
Topics of Interest
The topics of interest include, but are not restricted to the following:
Posters will be reviewed by the program committee. The selection will be based on:
Best Poster Research Presentation Award
The Best Poster Research Presentation Award will be presented to recognize the scientific merit exhibited on the poster presentation. A certificate with an inscription stating the award name, name of the presenting author, and title of the presentation will be sent to the award recipient. An official announcement of the recipient will occur at the end of the poster presentation session.
Authors are expected to submit an extended abstract, maximum 5 pages including references, tables, and figures, which summarizes the research using the following structure: (i) the purpose, (ii) research method or design, (iii) findings, (iv) research and/or practice implications, and (v) contributions.
All submissions must conform to the LNBIP formatting and submission instructions. See the instructions for authors.
A submission will be desk rejected if does not comply with the guidelines. At least one author of each accepted poster is required to register for the XP 2021 conference and to present the poster.
Upon acceptance, authors are invited to prepare a poster not exceeding the A0 portrait format as a PDF file that does not exceed 10MB (see guidelines here). For the poster, please use an appropriate font size so that they are readable, and the message should be clear and understandable even without oral explanation. The poster must be uploaded by the Poster Upload date.
Improved versions of selected extended abstracts will be published in the post-conference proceedings by Springer and will be open access.
Program Committee Members
If you have any questions or comments, please contact the track co-chairs by email: firstname.lastname@example.org