CSEE&T 2002 is now over! Thanks for all who attended.
The 2005 CSEE&T
conference will be held in Ottawa, Canada! Now is the
time to start planning your research. The web site is up and running
with lots of information about the coming conference - click here.
The 2004 CSEE&T
conference was held in Virginia. We look forward to
conference was held in Madrid, Spain
Follow this link to learn
more about CSEE&T Conferences in general
Here are some of the slides for the presentations at CSEE&T 2002:
- Ed Yourdon's keynote: Preparing
Software Engineers for the "real world" (PowerPoint, 1.1MB) This
contains the figure he showed throughout the presentation, plus many other
pages of information. (smaller pdf
version , 448KB)
- F.C. Kohli's keynote:
Creating Software Engineers: A Systemic View (PowerPoint, 274KB)
- Dennis Frailey and James
Mason's luncheon talk: Using SWEBOK for Education Programs in Industry
and Academia (PowerPoint, 416KB)
- Tutorial by Port and Boehm on Introducing Software Economics
Enginering Project Courses.
Part 1 (1.5MB)
Part 2 (3.4MB)
- Tutorial by Cem Kaner entitled:
"Issues in Commercial Law of Interest to Software Engineering
Educators" This is a goldmine of information - 173 slides in total!
- Slides from the panel organized by
Deborah Wolfe of the Canadian Council of Professional Engineers. An
excellent discussion of professional engineering, licencing and
accreditation in Canada (in the context of software engineering)
- Slides from the panel
organized by Vladan Jovanovic, entitled "Software Engineering Masters
Programs: Lessons Learned"
- Talks from paper sessions:
Rick Duley, S P Maj, Edith
Cowan University, "Cutting Hacking: Breaking from Tradition"
Birgit Demuth, Mike Fischer
and Heinrich Hussmann, "Experience in
Early and Late Software Engineering Projects Courses"
Annegret Goold and Peter Horan,
School of Computing and Mathematics,
Deakin University Melbourne and Geelong Australia, "Foundation
Software Engineering Practices for Capstone Projects and Beyond"
Kenneth L. Modesitt,
Department of Computer Science, Indiana University-Purdue
University Fort Wayne (IPFW), "International Software Engineering
University Consortium (ISEUC): A Glimpse into the Future of
University and Industry Collaboration"
David A. Umphress and
John A. Hamilton, Jr.
Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering.
Auburn University, "Software Process as a Foundation for Teaching,
Learning, and Accrediting"
Jennifer Bevan, Linda Werner
and Charlie McDowell,
Department of Computer Science.
University of California, Santa Cruz, "Guidelines for the Use of
Pair Programming in a Freshman Programming Class"
Brian Blake, Georgetown
University: "Teaching an Object-Oriented Software
Development Lifecycle in Undergraduate Software Engineering
For 2002 participants, if you are interested in having your overhead
slides appear above, please send Tim
Lethbridge (firstname.lastname@example.org) the file (preferred) or a link. I
will make the slides available here when I receive them.
The following information is for the historical record ...
Join us for the 15th Conference on Software Engineering Education and
Training! At this international conference, people from industry and
academia will come together to discuss how we can improve the education,
training and professionalism of those working in the software engineering
field. CSEE&T is sponsored by the IEEE computer society, and is run in
co-operation with ACM SIGSOFT.
Note that conference registration includes lunches all three days as
well as the Monday reception
CSEE&T 2002 will
be held Feb 25-27 in Covington, Northern
Kentucky , USA (which is just over the
river from downtown Cincinnati). We will be staying at the Radisson
News: Feb 20, 2002: Everything seems to be ready! The proceedings and
program have been printed, and room allocations made. We have arranged
for the reception to be held in a room high in the hotel with a nice
view. See you next week!
News: Feb 20, 2002: We have also arranged for internet access (high-speed
if all the technology works). There will be some computers you can use
to check your email, but you should also be able to plug laptops into
an Ethernet line.
News: Nov 2 2001: Complete details of the
News: Sep 5 2001: F.C. Kohli, the
of the Indian IT revolution, will be a keynote speaker.
News: Aug 31 2001: Nancy Leveson and Ed
will be keynote speakers.