Final Program: Sunday, May 17, 2015             Venue: PA Adua 2 (Palazzo degli Affari Second Floor), Piazza Adua 1.

Presenters are requested to pose the most important question/issue raised by his or her work to the audience for open discussion. Please keep last 5 minutes of your time for the discussion.



09:00 - 09:05

Opening Remarks - Judith Bishop, Microsoft Research

09:05 - 9:35

(Short Papers of 15 mins each)

Chair: Steve Fraser

1.     "Transferring Software Engineering Research into Industry: The Stevens Way", Linda Laird and Yang Ye, Stevens Institute of Technology Hoboken 07030, USA.

2.     "The Iceberg Effect: On Technology Transfer from Research to Practice", Bran Selic, Malina Software Corp, Canada.

9:45 – 10:30


Chair: Judith Bishop

Keynote 1: Accelerating Change at the Nordic Software Intensive Industry by Jan Bosch, Professor of Software Engineering and Director Software Center, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden.

10:30 - 11:00

Coffee Break

11:00 - 11:45


Chair: Bran Selic

Keynote 2: Bridging the Research-Industry Gap: The Case for Domain Modeling by Pamela Zave, AT&T Laboratories - Research, United States.

11:45 - 12:30

(Short Papers of 15 mins each)

Chair: Aiko Yamashita

3.     "Predicting Software Field Reliability", Pete Rotella, Sunita Chulani and Devesh Goyal, Cisco Systems, Inc., USA.

4.     "Principles and a Process for Successful Industry Cooperation – The Case of TUM and Munich Re", Maximilian Junker, Manfred Broy, Benedikt Hauptmann, Wolfgang Boehm, Henning Femmer, Sebastian Eder, Elmar Juergens, Rainer Janßen, Rudolf Vaas, Technische Universitat Munchen; CQSE GmbH; Munich Re.

5.     "Bridging the Valley of Death", Søren Debois, Thomas Hildebrandt, Morten Marquard, Tijs Slaats, IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark; Exformatics A/S, Denmark.

12:30 – 14:00

Lunch Break

14:00 – 14:50

(Regular papers of 25 mins each)

Chair: Maximillian Junker

6.     "A practical application of UPPAAL and DTRON for runtime verification", Dragos Truscan, Tanwir Ahmad and Faezeh Siavashi, Abo Akademi University, Turku, Finland; Pekka Tuuttilay, Nokia Networks, Oulu, Finland.

7.     "Prioritizing correction of static analysis infringements for cost-effective code sanitization", Gabriella Carrozza, Marcello Cinqueyz, Ugo Giordanoy, Roberto Pietrantuonoyz and Stefano Russo, SELEX ES; DIETI, Universit`a degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, ; Critiware s.r.l. Italy.

14:50 – 15:30

(Discussion of 40 mins)

Forming of subgroups for round table discussion:

Each participant will summarise their position on a topic of discussion in maximum 1 minute. Will form subgroups of common areas of concern.

Subgroups will discuss the issues related to their focus areas and produce posters/presentations summarising their recommendations for their topics.

View of the posters during the Coffee Break.

15:30 - 16:00

Coffee Break

16:00 - 17:40

(Regular papers of 25 mins)

Chair: Pete Rotella

8.     "Reflections on Software Engineering Research Collaborations: From Ottawa to the Software Engineering Institute to Silicon Valley", Steven Fraser, Innoxec, Innovation Executive Services, USA.

9.     "Integration of SE Research and Industry: Reflections, Theories and Illustrative Example", Aiko Yamashita, Mesan AS.

10.     "Software Engineering View of a Large-Scale System Failure and the Following Lawsuit", Tetsuo Tamai, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Department of Advanced Sciences, Hosei University, Japan.

11.     "Patterns of Cooperative Technology Development and Transference for Software-Engineering-in-the-Large", Carlos Henrique Duarte, BNDES, Brazil.

17:40 -17:45

Presentation of the IEEE Software Best Paper Award to

Workshop Close -Organizers


The Workshop Dinner will be held at Restaurant Sabatini at 19:30. Cost payable at the restaurant will be 60 euros all inclusive. Hope to see you there!

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