Program OverviewThe conference is now over. This page is for the historical record.
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SummaryThe following is the plan for the conference. We reserve the right to make last-minute changes:
Layout of the conference area
Allocations of rooms
Monday Feb 25 ------------- 09:00-10:30 (Hotel supplies coffee break at 10:30) - Welcome and Nancy Leveson Keynote -> Thoroughbred+Keeneland 11:00-12:30 - Panel - Undergrad SE -> Thoroughbred - Paper session A -> Keeneland - Tutorial 1 - SE Economics - Port/Boehm -> Derby 12:30-13:45 - Lunch -> Commonwealth 13:45-17:30 (Hotel supplies coffee break at 15:00) - Panel (Canadian Licensing + papers B&C)-> Thoroughbred - Workshop (CCSE 2001) -> Keeneland - Tutorial 1 - SE Economics - Port/Boehm -> Derby 19:00-21:00 - Reception -> 16th Floor Tuesday Feb 26 -------------- 09:00-10:15 (Hotel supplies coffee break at 10:15) - Ed Yourdon Keynote -> Thoroughbred+Keeneland 10:30-12:00 - Paper session D -> Thoroughbred - Paper session E -> Keeneland 12:00-13:45 - Lunch and Frailey/Mason talk -> Commonwealth 13:45-17:00 (Hotel supplies coffee break at 15:15) - Panel (SE Masters) + papers F -> Thoroughbred - Workshop (First year SE) -> Commonwealth - Tutorial 2 - Process - Klappholz -> Keeneland 19:00-22:15 (Coffee break at 20:30) - Birds of a feather -> Commonwealth - Tutorial 3 - Quality - Hilburn -> Thoroughbred - Tutorial 4 - legal - Kaner -> Keeneland Wednesday Feb 27 ---------------- 09:00-10:15 (Hotel supplies coffee break at 10:15) - F.C. Kohli Keynote -> Thoroughbred+Keeneland 10:30-12:00 - Paper session G -> Thoroughbred - Workshop - Agile -> Keeneland 12:00-13:15 - Lunch -> Commonwealth 13:45-16:00 (Hotel supplies coffee break at 14:30) - Panel (SW Studio) + papers H + Closing -> Thoroughbred - Workshop - Agile continued -> Keeneland
Keynote SpeakersCSEE&T 2002 welcomes three eminent keynote speakers:
Invited Tuesday Luncheon Talk: Using SWEBOK for Education Programs in Industry and AcademiaDennis J. Frailey (Raytheon Company and Southern Methodist University) and James Mason (Securities Industry Automation Corporation)
This talk explores how the Guide to the Software Engineering Body of Knowledge (SWEBOK) was used to accelerate adoption of a software engineering capability development program within a major software development organization - the Securities Industry Automation Corporation (SIAC). It also discusses use of the SWEBOK to align a workforce development effort to help support a software process improvement (SPI) initiative; how SWEBOK helped improve a masters level software engineering program at Southern Methodist University (SMU); and, finally, an innovative education program that resulted.
Panel 1 (Monday at 11 a.m.): Changing Conditions for Undergraduate Software Engineering Programs.Speakers include Gregory W. Hislop (Drexel University -Chairperson), Michael J. Lutz (Rochester Institute of Technology), Ray Vaughn, (Mississippi State University) and David A. Umphress (Auburn University).
OutlineThe number of undergraduate software engineering degree programs worldwide is still small but growing. Many of the early programs, especially in the United States, have had to deal with difficult issues crossing disciplinary and organizational boundaries. Some institutions are struggling to address these issues today and others will need to deal with them in the future. Unless many of these efforts are successful software engineering will not be successful as a discipline.
While the early undergraduate software engineering initiatives have unfolded at various universities, conditions for these efforts have been changing. Key features of the landscape including accreditation, licensing, and curricular models are all changing. In addition, future initiatives will have the start-up experience and early success of the first programs as points of reference. All of these factors will change the context for future efforts.
This panel session will discuss the experience of several universities in starting and managing software engineering programs. In particular, the discussion will focus on how issues and approaches have changed over time. This discussion should be useful to faculty at other institutions considering starting software engineering programs. The panel discussion will include consideration of the following topics:
So you can get more of an idea of what CSEET 2002 will be like, see last year's conference
So you can get more of an idea of what CSEET 2002 will be like, see last year's conference program