Software Research Seminar (SSSG) - ISR - Carnegie Mellon University

Software Research Seminar (SSSG)

The Software Research Seminar meets weekly to discuss research in progress and review recent literature in software engineering research. The purpose, beyond exposure to a broad range of technical ideas, is to develop a critical view of the scientific process and literature of software engineering research.

Each semester, the seminar group will identify a set of technical themes on which to focus in its review of outside literature.

Each participant in the SSSG will make at least three half-hour presentations in a year, one on research in progress, one a critical summary and review of one or more published papers, and one at the discretion of the student. (This requirement is reduced to two for students who present in other recognized forums -- ask the instructor.) Students are evaluated on the basis of the technical quality, organization, and presentation of their material, including interaction with the seminar group.

The Seminar is offered for graduate credit, is repeatable, and is intended to be an ongoing activity. PhD students in software engineering are required to register for this seminar on an ongoing basis, and all other graduate students are encouraged to attend. Students taking the SSSG for credit are expected to make three presentations each year.

Fall 2014

September 8

Darya Kurilova

TBA

Jason Tsay

TBA

September 15

Ivan Ruchkin

TBA

Vishal Dwivedi

TBA

September 22

Philip Koopman

"Topic: Software Safety"

Philip Koopman

"Topic: Software Safety"

September 29

Hyrum Wright (Guest Speaker)

Ashwini Rao

TBA

October 6

Nathan Fulton

TBA

Roykrong Sukkerd

TBA


October 13

Gabriel Ferreira

TBA

Michael Maass

TBA

October 20

Daniel Smullen

TBA

Chu Pan Wong

TBA

October 27

YoungSeok Yoon

TBA

T.J. Glazier

TBA

November 3

Nathan Fulton

TBA

Jaspreet Bhatia

TBA

November 10

Gabriel Moreno

TBA

Shurui Zhou

TBA

November 17

Roykrong Sukkerd

TBA

Waqar Ahmad

TBA

November 24

Ashwini Rao

TBA

Mauricio Soto

TBA

December 1

Ashutosh Pandey

TBA

Darya Kurilova

TBA


Spring 2014

January 13

Canceled

Canceled

January 27

Jim Herbsleb

Creating Digital Things

Matthieu Foucault, Software Engineering PhD Student, University of Bordeaux (France)

Harmony: A Platform for Mining Software Repositories

February 3

Thomas Glazier

An Architect in Industry


February 10

Darya Kurilova

Solving the Cross-Site Request Forgery Problem


February 17

Jonathan Aldrich

The Power of Interoperability: Why Objects Are Inevitable


February 24

Roykrong Sukkerd

Solving planning problem when given different models of the problem statement and the action description

André L. Santos, Visiting Faculty
ISCTE - University Institute of Lisbon, Assistant Professor

Design Annotations Targeting API Usability

March 3

Gabriel Moreno

Latency-Aware Proactive Self-Adaptation

Nathan Fulton

Heterogeneous Hybrid Systems

March 17

Nathan Fulton

Axioms and algorithms for operation-based version control

Michael Maass

A Developing R&D Management Strategy: Boeing's Cyber Engagement
Center

March 24

Todd Sedano

State-based Monitoring and Goal-driven Project Steering: Field Study of the SEMAT Essence Framework

Amber McConahy

Software Ecosystems: Analysis Techniques for Informing
Architectural Decisions

March 31

Vishal Dwivedi

Model-based Assistance for Making Time/Fidelity Trade-offs in Component Compositions

YoungSeok Yoon

A Field Study of Programmers' Backtracking

April 7

Thomas Glazier

U & I : A Theoretical Analysis Framework for Probe Placement

Larry Maccherone

Cancelled

April 14

Roykrong Sukkerd

Distributed task specification language and task allocation for collaborative robotics

Jason Tsay

Cancelled

April 21

Ashwini Rao

Perceptions of Behavioral Advertising among CMU Community

Gabriel Moreno

Stochastic Game Analysis and Latency Awareness for Proactive Self-Adaptation

April 28

Ashutosh Pandey

Impact of Business Model on Low Cost Development Centers

Ivan Ruchkin

Model-Checking Multi-Cell Battery Configurations

Fall 2014
Mondays 3:30 - 5:00 PM
Wean Hall 5324
3 units

First Meeting
(Fall Semester)
September 8th,

schedule

Please contact Connie Herold (at cherold@cs or x8-4545) to claim slots in the schedule or to update the web page.

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