Grand Challenges of Traceability

Grand Challenges of Traceability

Discuss next steps in traceability research and practice.

Timeline photos 07/04/2017

The GCT 2017 Group Photo

Call for Contributions – Grand Challenges of Traceability 2017: The Next Ten Years 10/03/2017

Your structured abstracts are due today! Looking forward to your 1 page abstracts!
http://gct10.soccerlab.polymtl.ca/call-for-contributions/

Call for Contributions – Grand Challenges of Traceability 2017: The Next Ten Years All attendees are encouraged to submit a one page (or less) structured abstract describing their traceability-related area of interest. The abstracts will be compiled into a workshop report. In particular we invite you to respond to the Grand Challenges of Traceability as defined in the following pu...

21/02/2017

Registration for GCT: The Next Ten Years is open.

Space is limited so register soon.
http://gct10.soccerlab.polymtl.ca/register/

Register – Grand Challenges of Traceability 2017: The Next Ten Years Registration costs (per person) include: meals, accommodation and shuttle service from/to Lexington’s Blue Grass Airport. A shuttle service will be available at fixed hours. You will have to cover any incidentals on your own (such as if you eat a fourth meal on a day and charge it to your room, or…

21/02/2017

In 2007, a special traceability workshop was run in Slade, Kentucky and an important outcome was the report on GCT that laid out the long-term vision, “Traceability is always there, without having to think about getting it there. Traceability is neither consciously established nor sought; it is built-in and effortless.

Ten years later, the traceability community decides to bring together researchers and especially the next generation of junior faculty and student participants, again in Slade, Kentucky, to critically evaluate the state of the GCT by examining what has been achieved and what is still ahead.

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