13th SECR 2017 moves to St. Petersburg

The event will be held on October 20-21 (22)

The annual Software Engineering Conference in Russia moves to St. Petersburg from Moscow for the first time in 13 years. This is a great event for the city and great change for the traditional SECR.

SECR 2017 covers a wide range of issues in the software industry. It is a multi-disciplinary conference that allows professionals to explore the main trends and related areas of the main specialization.

    “The most organized event, which I visited. Everything was fast, properly. Keep it up! A wide range of issues covered, interdisciplinary reports. It’s very pleasant to see how issues of product creation and team interaction are raised.”
    Boris Sedov, SUAI

The audience includes programmers, architects, analysts, testers, project and product managers, senior management of IT companies and IT departments, members of the scientific community, entrepreneurs and others.

The key SECR speakers in 2017 will be Ivar Jacobson, the founder of component architecture, UML and RUP, Andrey Terekhov, the head of the system programming department at St. Petersburg State University and the general director of Lanit-Tercom and Eric Reiss, American business and Information architecture theorist, consultant and author.

    “The conference is liked by well-chosen professional topics and the exchange of experience beyond the conference program. I get a maximum of useful practical knowledge and a high academic level at the CEE-SECR.”
    Maxim Voltchenko, DUANE MORRIS LLP

The conference organizers invite speakers. Applications are open until July 15, 2017

Sponsors & Partners



JetBrainsFirst Line Software


Dell EMCDINSVeeam Software




I.T. GroupT-SystemsUnited Frontal System Program


Andrey Terekhov


Main partners


In cooperation

Association for Computing MachineryACM Special Interest Group on Software Engineering

Technical partners

CUSTISSoftInvent7pap StudioHosting-CenterGroup MPrezentPrint SalonDPI.Solutions

With support of



Software Russiai-Help