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Awards I

May 20th, Wednesday, 8:30 – 9:30 (Location: PC – Auditorium)

ACM SIGSOFT Distinguished Papers

  • Views on Internal and External Validity in Empirical Software Engineering
    Janet Siegmund, Norbert Siegmund, and Sven Apel
  • How Much Up-Front? A Grounded theory of Agile Architecture
    Michael Waterman, James Noble, and George Allan
  • When and Why Your Code Starts to Smell Bad
    Michele Tufano, Fabio Palomba, Gabriele Bavota, Rocco Oliveto, Massimiliano Di Penta, Andrea De Lucia, and Denys Poshyvanyk
  • Alloy*: A General-Purpose Higher-Order Relational Constraint Solver
    Aleksandar Milicevic, Joseph P. Near, Eunsuk Kang, and Daniel Jackson
  • Why Good Developers Write Bad Code: An Observational Case Study of the Impacts of Organizational Factors on Software Quality
    Mathieu Lavallee and Pierre N. Robillard
  • CARAMEL: Detecting and Fixing Performance Problems That Have Non-Intrusive Fixes
    Adrian Nistor, Po-Chun Chang, Cosmin Radoi, and Shan Lu

Best NIER Paper

  • New Initiative: The Naturalness of Software
    Premkumar Devanbu

Distinguished Reviewers

  • Andrew Begel
  • Yuriy Brun
  • Leonardo Mariani
  • Stephen McCamant
  • Caitlin Sadowski
  • Anita Sarma
  • Saurabh Sinha
  • Andreas Zeller

 

Awards II

May 21st, Thursday, 8:30 – 9:30 (Location: PC – Auditorium)

IEEE CS Harlan D. Mills: Gerard J. Holzmann

IEEE CS TCSE Education: Nancy Mead

IEEE CS TCSE Service: Paul Klint

IEEE CS TCSE Women in Science and Engineering: Mary Lou Soffa

IEEE CS TCSE Synergy: Fraunhofer Institute for Experimental Software Engineering (IESE)

 

IEEE Fellows

  • Constance Heitmeyer
  • Hong Mei
  • David Weiss
  • Rajkumar Buyya

 

Awards III

May 22nd, Friday, 16:00 – 17:00 (Location: PC – Auditorium

ACM SIGSOFT Outstanding Research: Carlo Ghezzi 

ACM SIGSOFT Distinguished Service:  Bashar Nuseibeh

ACM SIGSOFT Influential Educator: Barbara Ryder

 

ACM SIGSOFT Impact Paper

  • Visualization of Test Information to Assist Fault Localization
    James A. Jones, Mary Jean Harrold, and John Stasko

 

ACM Fellows: Michael Ernst

 

ACM Distinguished Members

Distinguished Scientist: Robyn Lutz

Distinguished Educator: Jeff Gray

Distinguished Educator: Judith Bishop

 

ACM Senior Members

  • Eduardo Almeida
  • Manoel Gomes Mendonca
  • Travis D. Breaux

 

ACM Student Research Competition: to be decided during the conference

 

IEEE Software Best SEIP Paper

  • An Industrial Case Study on the Automated Detection of Performance Regressions in Heterogeneous Environments
    King Chun Foo, Zhen Ming Jiang, Bram Adams, Ahmed E. Hassan, Ying Zou
    and Parminder Flora.

 

ICSE 2015 Best Demonstration: to be decided during the conference

ICSE 2015 Best Demonstration Video: to be decided during the conference

SCORE-it: to be decided during the conference

 

ICSE 2005 Most Influential Paper

  • Is Mutation an Appropriate Tool for Testing Experiments?
    James H. Andrews, Lionel C. Briand, and Yvan Labiche

 

ICSE 2005 Most Influential Paper Runners Up

  • Using Structural Context to Recommend Source Code Examples
    Reid Holmes and Gail C. Murphy
  • Locating Causes of Program Failures
    Holger Cleve and Andreas Zeller

Program of ICSE 2015 Workshops

The programs of ICSE 2015 workshops can be found at the individual workshop pages,
please follow the links below.

 

 

ICSE 2015 Speaker & Session Chair Guidelines

High-quality presentations are essential for the success of ICSE. To help you plan your presentation for ICSE 2015, please find in this document important information about the audiovisual equipment available in the meeting rooms, along with guidelines to help you prepare and deliver your presentation.

 

THE SETTING

All meeting rooms for any of the conference main tracks, as well as for any workshop, symposium and technical briefing, are equipped with:

  • one screen
  • one electronic data projector
  • one laptop computer

It is very important that you make sure to:

  • Adhere to the instructions you receive from the chairs of your track/session if you bring your own laptop.
  • Bring any special adapter you may need (e.g. to hook up your Mac or iPad). There will be a VGA adapter.
  • Test your presentation under 1024 x 768 resolution, the standard for the projectors at the conference.
  • Bring a copy of your presentation on a memory stick.
  • Charge your laptop so that it has sufficient battery power for the duration of your presentation.
  • Test your presentation on the provided equipment in advance (e.g. the evening before your presentation or early during lunch/coffee breaks).

NOTE: There will be no time extensions for your talk if you encounter technical difficulties.

 

MEETING YOUR SESSION CHAIR

Each session has a session chair coordinating the session and introducing you to the audience. Check the ICSE 2015 final program for the name of your session chair.

Make sure you:

  1. Meet your session chair before your session so he/she will know who you are; provide brief information about yourself that may be used by your session chair to introduce you (e.g., how to pronounce your name, institution, current position).
  2. Meet your session chair at least 15 minutes before the beginning of your session.

NOTE: For the Wed, Thu, and Fri sessions, you must be present throughout the session in which your presentation occurs.

 

YOUR PRESENTATION

Here are some helpful hints for both the preparation and delivery of your high-quality talk:

  • The ICSE audience draws participants from a wide variety of areas, both from academia and industry. Make sure that your talk includes enough background material and motivation so that it can be understood by those who are not specialists in your area.
  • Check the conference web site for the total time allotted to your talk (note that this varies depending on the event and track), and adhere to more specific chairs instructions for the time to be left for questions.
  • It is important to have some time at the end of your talk for questions, and it is critical that you present your talk and answer questions without exceeding the time allotted to you. Your session chair will manage the talks in the session and is responsible for keeping speakers on track: don’t feel upset if he/she stops you if you exceed your time slot.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for questions about audio-visual presentation equipment.

We look forward to your presentations at ICSE 2015!

 

 

JSEET: Experiences and Experiments

 

Experiences and Experiments

May 21st, Thursday, 04:00 pm - 05:30 pm
Session Chair: Ali Babar
Room: F1b
 

04:00 - 04:30

 

 

 

Andrew Simpson; Andrew Martin; Cas Cremers; Ivan Flechais; Ivan Martinovic; Kasper Rasmussen

University of Oxford, UK

     

04:30 - 05:00

 

 

 

Chandan Rupakheti; Stephen Chenoweth

Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, USA

     

05:00 - 05:30

 

 

 

Paul V. Anderson; Sarah Heckman; Mladen Vouk; David Wright; Michael Carter; Janet E. Burge; Gerald C. Gannod

Elon University, USA; North Carolina State University, USA; Wesleyan University, USA; Miami University, USA

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