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Background:

  • At the International Conferences of Software Engineering (ICSE) in 2000 in Limerick, there were a special track on the "Future of Software Engineering". Here, different renowned researchers in the field of Software Engineering were asked to give an overview on the state of the art in their research domain and to describe a kind of research roadmap for the next years.

Your task:

  • The goal of this seminar is to study these papers which were written more than 20 years ago and to understand, what have been the main open issues identified at that time. After having summarized this in your seminar work, you are asked to pick some research questions and to find out which new research contributions of the last 20 years provide (partial) answers to those research questions.

Initial Meeting:

  • Date: Thursday, 13th April 2023, 13:15
  • Room: ZM2.A.00.07
  • Participation at the initial meeting is mandatory for this seminar.

List of Topics:

Dates and Deadlines:

Date Description
13.04.2023 Meeting: Initial meeting/ Topic selection / group building
Week 17, 2023 Appointment with GE, Choice of detailed research Topics
14.05.2023 Deadline: Submission of the initial paper
16.06.2023 Deadline: Submission of the final paper (for review)
19.06.2023, 13:15 - 14:45 Lecture Review Skills, Review assignments, ZM2.A.00.07
30.06.2023 Deadline: Review submission
28.06. and 29.06.2023 Practice Presentation (Appointment with GE)
05.07. and 06.07.2023 Meeting: Final presentation, ZM2.A.00.07
23.07.2023 Deadline: Submission of the camera-ready paper

Literature:

ICSE '00: Proceedings of the Conference on The Future of Software Engineering
https://dl.acm.org/doi/proceedings/10.1145/336512

Contact:

In case of questions, do not hesitate to contact Prof. Dr. Gregor Engels.

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