EASE Final Future Workshop
Plats: Medicon Village in Lund, Hörsal 302.
A future-oriented summary of the ten-year research program Embedded Applications Software Engineering (EASE)
Since 2008 the EASE research program has increased the knowledge base on applied software engineering. The objective of EASE has been to ensure that the industrial partners have a competitive advantage concerning competency and innovation of novel solutions and effective engineering of embedded software applications with physical and logical mobility. Axis, Sony, Ericsson and Softhouse has been the industrial partners. An additional objective has been to strengthen the research environments at Lund University and Blekinge Institute of Technology.
During the afternoon 15 October, we will summarise key findings and results but also let experienced representatives from our industry partners discuss their view on the future needs of applied research in the domains of Embedded Applications and Software Engineering.
Programme 15 October 13.00 – 16.00
Location: Medicon Village in Lund, Hörsal 302.
Cost: Free of charge
Program & registration: http://ease.cs.lth.se/oct15/
Moderator: Lisa Kirsebom
13.00 Introduction and welcome
Welcome by Viktor Öwall, Dean LTH
Ten years of EASE
Professor Per Runeson, LTH, EASE Director of Research presents and summarises the research programme
13.30 Panel discussion on visions of industry-academia research collaboration
In the panel:
• Johan Paulsson, CTO, Axis
• Johan Svenér, V.P. Research & Incubation, Sony
• Stefan Johansson, CEO Softhouse Invest
• Linda Persson, Linda Persson, Head of Site & Product Development Baseband, Ericsson, Lund
14.45 Coffee break
15.15 Highlights from a decade of EASE
EASE researchers present some highlight samples from the EASE.
Professor Håkan Grahn
Mind the gaps
Senior lecturer Elizabeth Bjarnason
Let the machine decide
Adjunct lecturer Markus Borg
Interact with Things (Demo)
Reader Mattias Wallergård
15.45 Triple excellence for industrial competitiveness
Opinions from the audience: How should education, research and co-production interact to create industrial excellence?
16.00 Programme closure