This is the homepage of the 27th Conference on
Software Engineering Education and Training, an
academic conference in which software engineering educators
and industrial trainers meet to present and watch presentations of
research papers, panels and keynotes regarding all issues
related to SE Education, Training and Professionalism. It is sponsored
by IEEE and the Alpen-Adria Universität Klagenfurt.
News: We had an exciting event, consisting of keynotes, paper presentations,
a tutorial and several workshops. When you are interested to see what (and how)
we were doing, you can look at the keynotes below or the two videos (Speed-Dating and World Cafe) from one of our workshops, and results from WS03 can be found at http://goo.gl/h7ebei.
Contact CSEE&T at Klagenfurt via firstname.lastname@example.org
We are proud to announce two (confirmed) keynote speakers for the main event:
- Bertrand Meyer - How to Teach Programming - April 24th, 2014, 09:00 (HS A)
Professor of Software Engineering, ETH Zurich: Chair of Software Engineering,
Chief Technology Officer, Eiffel Software, and
Professor (adjunct) & head of Software Engineering Laboratory at ITMO, Saint Petersburg.
(Keynote speech at AAU Campus-TV)
- Dennis J Frailey - The Times, They Are a Changing - April 25th, 2014, 09:00 (HS B)
Principal Fellow at Raytheon Company in Dallas, Texas and an Adjunct Professor of Computer Science at SMU.
Dennis won the Nancy Mead Award for contributions to software engineering education and the ACM SIGCSE Lifetime Achievement Award in Computer Science Education. The slides are available for download.
(Keynote speech at AAU Campus-TV)
Tutorial and Workshops (open to all participants with prior registration):
- TUT - Combining Software Engineering Education and Empirical Research
(Barry Boehm and Supannika Koolmanojwong) - April 23rd, 2014, 14:00-17:30
The aim of the tutorial is to summarize the research projects and results, and the challenges in combining education and research, such as fairness in grading in
comparing the use and non-use of research capabilities; independence and objectivity in evaluating research results; and threats to validity.
- WS01 - Learning and Working Together - April 23rd, 2014, 09:00-12:30
The aim of the workshop "Learning and working together as prerequisites for the development of
high-quality software" is to address the problematic, how (e-)collaboration can be
taught and fostered in the field of software engineering.
- WS02 - Curriculum Development - April 23rd, 2014, 14:00-17:30
The goal of the workshop "Technology-Driven Software Engineering Curriculum Development" is the
identification of commonalities in teaching software engineering across the territories and institutions represented, and the identification of a fundamental set of topics, and course material in support of learning outcomes for teaching software engineering at the undergraduate level.
- WS03 - Workshop on Improving the CSEE&T Submission Process - April 24th, 2014, 14:00-17:30
Have you ever thought about submitting an article to CSEE&T? The process of research and article submission is fairly long and often complicated because people don't know what all the steps are and there really isn't much support sometimes.
In this workshop, we will take a look at that process and try to identify ways to improve the process so that the number and quality of
submissions to CSEE&T grows!