Dallas, Texas

September 16 to 19, 2013

Registration is now open

Registration is now open for the TSP Symposium 2013. Attend the eighth annual event to learn about the Team Software Process and its role When Software Really Matters.

The TSP Symposium fee includes two-and-a-half days of presentations, interactive sessions, and networking, plus morning beverages, lunch, and breaks each day and an evening welcome reception on Tuesday, September 17, 2013.

TSP Tutorials

Make the most of your time in Dallas by registering for one of the full-day tutorials on Monday, September 16, 2013.

New TSP users can participate in Exploring TSP: An Introduction, while seasoned users can benefit from the tutorial TSP: The Agile Way. Both tutorials are taught by senior members of the technical staff at the SEI.

The TSP Tutorial fee includes the tutorial, as well as morning beverages, lunch, and breaks.

How to Register

Online: the Quickest and Easiest Method
To register, please visit our online registration system and follow the prompts.

Alternate Methods
If you prefer to complete your registration by fax or mail, retrieve the PDF registration form and return the completed form with a credit card or check payment via fax or mail.



TSP Symposium 2013
c/o Registration Systems Lab
779 East Chapman Road
Oviedo, FL 32765 USA

Registration Assistance
If you require any technical assistance during the registration process, please call 407-971-4451 or email registration@regmaster.com.

Registration Rates

 Super Early Bird
June 10, 2013

Early Bird
August 15, 2013

Regular Rate
August 15, 2013

Tutorials (September 16, 2013)

Exploring TSP:
An Introduction




TSP: The Agile Way




TSP Symposium (September 17-19, 2013)

Regular Registration




Discounted Registration




Speaker Registration




Discounted Registration Information

Some individuals may be eligible to receive the discounted registration rate.

  • SEI Partners may use the code provided through the SEI Partner Network
  • AFCEA members may use the code TSP13AFCEA in the discount code box on page 1 of the registration process.
  • IEEE members may use the code TSP13IEEE in the discount code box on page 1 of the registration process.
  • Government employees may use TSP13GOV in the discount code box on page 1 of the registration process. Eligibility is confirmed by the use of an email address ending in .gov or .mil
  • Academia employees may use TSP13EDU in the discount code box on page 1 of the registration process. Eligibility is confirmed by the use of an email address ending in .edu
  • Texas residents will automatically receive the discount upon entering a valid Texas address during the registration process.

These discount codes do not apply to tutorial registration fees. Discount codes cannot be combined.

More Information

Endorsement Disclaimer

This forum has been arranged for the purpose of scientific and technical information exchange. The SEI does not endorse the products or services of any participating organization.

Cancellation Policy

Cancellation requests must be made in writing. Requests received on or before August 30, 2013 will be honored in full minus a $75 administrative fee. NO REFUNDS will be granted after August 30, 2013. Substitutions are permitted at any time and at no cost; however, written authorization is required and accepted through September 6, 2013 in order to update the onsite registration materials. Registration fee payments are not transferable to other SEI events.

Permission to Film, Photograph, Etc.

By registering, you grant Carnegie Mellon University and/or anyone acting on its behalf ("Carnegie Mellon") permission to photograph, film, or otherwise record and use your name, likeness, image, voice and comments and to publish, reproduce, exhibit, distribute, broadcast, edit and/or digitize the resulting images and materials in publications, advertising materials, or in any other form, and for any purpose without compensation. You also agree to not photograph or videotape any portion of this event without the prior approval of Carnegie Mellon. Additionally, you grant the Software Engineering Institute ("SEI") permission to communicate with you regarding this Symposium, and other SEI-related services, via the contact information you have provided.

Submit Copyright Permission

Session Speakers and Paper Authors: If you have been approved to submit a presentation, a paper, or both for inclusion in the Symposium proceedings, you can now sign and submit copyright permission online.

Click here to sign and submit.

Please note that each author must sign off on the copyright permission, not just the primary speaker or author.

Important Dates

July 22 –Final Papers Due to SEI

August 30 – Final Presentations Due to SEI

August 15 - Early-Bird Registration Deadline

August 31 - Hotel Room Block Closes

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For questions regarding the conference or more information about using the TSP, contact


SEI Customer Relations

Software Engineering Institute
Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, PA 15213-3890
Phone: 412-268-5800
FAX: 412-268-5758
E-mail: info@sei.cmu.edu

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