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Industry Track for the 6th International Symposium on Empirical Software Engineering and Measurement

Update: Presentations etc for download

Som presentations form the ESEM Industry is available for public download below. The rest of the presentations and other relevant ,material from EASEM Industry Track is available for participants  here. Participants may request UserID and access code from Jonas.Wisbrant@cs.lth.se or per.runeson@cs.lth.se.

Introduction

Take the opportunity to listen to the most recent industry relevant software engineering research and interact with Swedish and international researchers. In a special track of the International Symposium on Empirical Software Engineering and Measurement (ESEM 2012), tailored for industry participants, researchers present their findings, tailored to industry needs, and are open for discussion. Topics include Open Source, Agile, Technical Debt, Quality modeling, Testing and Branching. Thanks to a sponsorship from Vinnova, participation is free for industry participants (limited number of seats).

When: 2012-09-19 08:30-17:00

Where: Af-borgen in Lund, Sandgatan2, Nya festsalen

Registration: Register is closed

Sponsor: Sweden’s Innovation Agency - VINNOVA

General chair: Professor Per Runeson, SERG, Dept. of Computer Science, LTH

Link to the main conference Empirical Software Engineering International Week 2012 (ESEIW2012)

Program

Wednesday 19 September Program
8.30-9.00 Welcome
9.00-10.00 Keynote: Professor Mark Harman, Dynamic Adaptive Search Based Software Engineering

Chair: Emilia Mendes
10.00-10.30 Coffee
10.30-12.00 Industry track I
Chair: Sten Minör

Topics:
Dana S. Kusumo, Mark Staples, Liming Zhu and Ross Jeffery: Analyzing Differences in Risk Perceptions between Developers and Acquirers in OTS-based Custom Software Projects Using Stakeholder Analysis

Krzysztof Wnuk, David Callele, Dietmar Pfahl and Even-Andre Karlsson: How can Open Source Software Development help Requirements Management gain the potential of Open Innovation: An Exploratory Study  Download presentation (pdf)

Pilar Rodriguez, Jouni Markkula, Kimmo Turula and Markku Oivo: Survey on Agile and Lean Usage in Finnish Software Industr  Download presentation (pdf) 
12.00-13.30 Lunch 
13.30-15.00 Industry track II
Chair: Tore Dybå

Topics:
Constanza Lampasona, Jens Heidrich, Victor Basili and Alexis Eduardo Ocampo Ramírez: Software Quality Modeling Experiences at an Oil Company 

Clauirton Siebra: Managing Technical Debt in Practice: An Industrial Report  Download presentation (pdf)

Forrest Shull, Carolyn Seaman, Madeline Diep and Art Hughes: Analyzing Inspection Data for Heuristic Effectiveness  Download presentation (pdf) 
15.00-15.30 Coffee
15.30-17.00 Industry track III
Chair: Günther Ruhe

Topics:
Nauman Bin Ali, Kai Petersen and Mika Mäntylä: Testing Highly Complex System of Systems: An Industrial Case Study  Download presentation (pdf) 

Emad Shihab, Christian Bird and Thomas Zimmermann: The Effect of Branching Strategies on Software Quality

Kenneth Hullett, Nachiappan Nagappan, Eric Schuh and John Hopson: Empirical Analysis of User Data in Game Software Developmen  Download presentation (pdf)  

Keynote Speaker

Professor Mark Harman, Department of Computer Science, University College London

Mark HarmanAbstract
Search Based Software Engineering (SBSE) has proved to be a very effective way of automating and optimising software engineering problems, ranging right across the spectrum of software engineering activities. It relies on fitness functions (which are often drawn from the software metrics literature) and it is inherently empirical. This makes SBSE very closely aligned to the spirit and technical loci of the ESEM community. This keynote will present an overview of SBSE, focusing on aspects relating to Empirical Software Engineering and Software Measurement. It will also set out a new agenda for Dynamic Adaptive SBSE, in which the optimisation is compiled into deployed software to create self-optimising adaptive systems. (This is joint work with Professors Edmund Burke, John Clark and Xin Yao.)

Short Biography
Mark Harman is professor of Software Engineering in the Department of Computer Science at University College London, where he directs the CREST centre and is Head of Software Systems Engineering. He is widely known for work on source code analysis and testing and was instrumental in founding the field of Search Based Software Engineering (SBSE), the topic of this keynote. SBSE research has rapidly grown over the past five years and now includes over 800 authors, from nearly 300 institutions spread over more than 40 countries. A recent tutorial paper on SBSE can be found here: http://www.cs.ucl.ac.uk/staff/mharman/laser.pdf