SEIF Day 2012

Summary

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The annual Software Engineering Innovation Foundation (SEIF) Workshop brings together SEIF winners, influential software engineering researchers, and researchers from Microsoft Research to present and discuss existing software engineering projects being pursued by the SEIF community, and future directions of software engineering research.

Software Engineering Innovation Foundation (SEIF) was formed in 2009 with a mission to foster research in software engineering tools, applications, and education. Over the past three years, SEIF has provided funding for research in seminal software engineering areas, data-driven software engineering, and the application of software engineering principles to mobile and cloud computing. SEIF has also hosted multiple events and workshops to provide a forum for software engineering researchers to share and collaborate.

 

People

Portrait of Tom Ball

Tom Ball

Research Manager/ Principal Researcher

Portrait of Ben Zorn

Ben Zorn

Research Manager, Principal Researcher

Agenda

July 18, 2012

Breakfast with Microsoft Researchers
Welcome and opening address

Judith Bishop, Microsoft Research

Opening keynote: Improving Software Development Through Human-Centered Approaches

Brad Myers, Carnegie Mellon University

Lightning talk by SEIF 2011 awardees

Bashar Nuseibeh, Brad Myers, Sunghun Kim, Danny Dig, Filippo Lanubile, Nestor Catano, Miryung Kim, and Romain Robbes

Panel: Collaborating with Microsoft Research

Panelists: Tao Xie, Nigel Horspool, David Notkin, Miryung Kim, and Timothy Menzies

Panel: What’s Hop at Microsoft Research for SEIF

Panelists: Nikolaj Bjorner, Nachi Nagappan, and Arjmand Samuel

Closing keynote: Programming on the Phone for the Phone—TouchDevelop

Nikolai Tillmann, Microsoft Research

Call to Action

Ben Zorn, Microsoft Research

SEIF Dinner