In Software Center, companies and universities work together to accelerate the adoption of novel approaches to software engineering. The reporting workshop takes place twice a year, in June and December. This one day event aims at sharing results from research and cooperation within Software Center. The agenda ranges from key note presentations to in-depth sessions for themes and projects. The cooperation between academia and companies in Software Center creates the software engineering success stories that industry needs.
The focus on the workshop will be on longer, more in-depth presentations with “meaty” content and there should be ample relevant content for all communities (software, product management, systems engineering, etc.).
The December workshop will be the a digital event and we will get back to all participants with meeting details closer to the event.
The event will be all digital – link to Teams meeting will be published closer to the event.
10:00-10:15: Opening – Jan Bosch
10:15-10:30 Introduction of new partners
10:30-11:00: Keynote #1
11:00-12:00: Community updates in parallel
- Software engineering – chairs: Miroslaw Staron, Wilhelm Meding, Jan Carlson and Kristian Sandahl
- Product management – chair: Helena H Olsson
- Systems engineering – chairs: Anders Kvist, Ericsson, and Magnus Timmerby, Tetra Pak
- AI engineering – chair: Jan Bosch
12:00 – 13: 00 Lunch break
13:00 – 15:00: Up-dates from Software Center projects – parallel tracks (detailed up-date closer to the event):
#2 Managing Architectural Technical Debt: Antonio Martini
#3, Team maturity model: Wilhelm Meding
- #5, Accelerating Digitalization Through Data: Helena H. Olsson and Meenu Mary John
- #9, Strategic Ecosystem-driven R&D Management: Helena H. Olsson
- #19, Data-driven continuous evolution of autonomous systems: David Issa Mattos
- #27, RE for Large-Scale Agile System Development: Eric Knauss
- #29, Agile Verification-Driven Development of Cyber-Physical Systems: Marjan Sirjani
- #30 Improved test effectiveness via behavioural diversity: Kristian Sandahl, Jean Malm, Francisco Gomes
- #35, Managing Inconsistent Development Artefacts: Robbert Jongeling
- #37, Communication with stakeholders: Nataliya Berbyuk Lindström
#38: Evaluating Sustainability: Making Decisions: Birgit Penzenstadler, Patricia Lago, Ola Leifler
#40: On predicting the effects of code changes in continuous software development: Masud Abu Naser
- Develop, Autoencoders and anomaly detection: Vasilii Mohsin
Afternoon plenary sessions:
15:15 – 15:45 Keynote #2
15:45 – 16:15 Plans, reflections & closing: Jan Bosch