15th Conference on Software Engineering Education and Training
Feb 15-27 2002, Covington, Kentucky (accross the river from Cincinnati)
FINAL CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
Early registration ends January 15th!
You are invited to attend CSEET 2002, the conference about all aspects of
software engineering education, training and professionalism. We have an
exciting schedule of keynote addresses, papers, panels, tutorials and
Please forward this to anybody you think would be interested.
Here are the highlights:
- Monday, Feb 25th: NANCY LEVESON (MIT): The Future of Software
- Tues Feb 26th: ED YOURDON: Preparing Software Engineers for the 'Real
- Wed Feb 27th: F.C. KOHLI (Tata Consulting Services - Father of the
Indian IT Revolution): Creating Software Engineers - a Systemic View
INVITED LUNCHEON TALK (Tuesday):
- Dennis J. Frailey (Raytheon Company and Southern Methodist University)
and James Mason (Securities Industry Automation Corporation): Using
SWEBOK for Education Programs in Industry and Academia
- Panel 1 (Monday at 11 a.m.): Changing Conditions for Undergraduate
Software Engineering Programs. Chair: Gregory W. Hislop (Drexel
- Panel 2 (Monday at 1:45 p.m.) The Canadian Experience in Licensure and
Accreditation. Chair: Deborah Wolfe (Canadian Council of Professional
- Panel 3 (Tuesday at 1:45 p.m.): Software Engineering Masters Programs-
Lessons Learned. Chair: Vladan Jovanovic (Georgia Southern University)
- Panel 4 (Wednesday at 1:15 p.m.): The Software Studio in Software
Engineering Education. Chair: Sarah Kuhn (Dept of Regional Economic and
Social Development U. Massachusetts Lowell)
- Tutorial 1: Introducing Software Economics within SWE Project Courses
Presented by Daniel Port and Barry Boehm (both of the University of
- Tutorial 2: Measuring, Changing, and Measuring Changes in: Students'
Attitudes Toward and Understanding of Software Engineering Process
Presented by David Klappholz (Stevens Institute), Lawrence Bernstein
(Stevens Institute), and Catherine Kelley (Fairleigh*inson
- Tutorial 3: Software Quality Across the Curriculum Presented by Massood
Towhidnejad and Thomas B. Hilburn (both of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical
- Tutorial 4: Issues in Commercial Law of Interest to Software Engineering
Educators. Presented by Cem Kaner (Florida Institute of Techhnology)
- Workshop 1: Developing Software Engineering Courses using Computing
Curriculum 2001 (CC 2001) Documentation Organized by J. Barrie Thompson
and Helen M. Edwards (University of Sunderland, UK)
- Workshop 2: First Year Software Engineering Organized by Lynda Thomas
and Mark Ratcliffe, University of Wales, Aberystwyth
- Workshop 3: Integrating Agile Practices into Software Engineering
Courses. Organized by Laurie Williams, North Carolina State University),
Michael Lutz (Rochester Institute of Technology), Greg Hislop (Drexel
University), Michael McCracken (George Institute of Technology), Nancy
Mead (Software Engineering Institute) and J. Fernando Naveda (Rochester
Institute of Technology)
Paper session A (Monday at 11 a.m.): Programs Focusing on Learner Needs.
- Ahmed Seffah and Peter Grogono: Learner-Centered Software
Engineering Education: From Resources to Skills and Pedagogical Patterns
- Wing Lam: Towards a Certification-Centred Software Engineering
- Kenneth L. Modesitt: International Software Engineering University
Consortium (ISEUC): A Glimpse into the Future of University and
Paper session B (Monday at 3:15 p.m.): Teaching Software Design.
- Jocelyn Armarego: Advanced Software Design: A Case in Problem-based
- W. Michael McCracken: Models of Designing: Understanding Software
Engineering Education from the Bottom Up
Paper session C (Monday at 4:30 p.m.): Graduate Education.
- J. Barrie Thompson and Colin J. Hardy: Use and Evaluation of SWEBOK
by Postgraduate Students
- Sheryl L. Duggins and Barbara Bernal Thomas: Maturing the
Curriculum for the Professional Software Engineer
Paper session D (Tuesday at 10:30 a.m.): Teaching Introductory Material.
- Lawrence Bernstein, David Klappholz and Catherine Kelley: Eliminating
the Aversion to Software Process in Computer Science Students and
Measuring the Results
- Jennifer Bevan, Linda Werner, Charlier McDowell: Implementing Pair
Programming in a Freshman Programming Class
- Mark Ratcliffe, Johhn Woodbury and Lynda Thomas: Improving
Motivation and Performance Through Personal Development in Large
Introductory Software Engineering Courses
Paper session E (Tuesday at 10:30 a.m.): Group Projects.
- Mark J. Sebern: The Software Development Laboratory: Incorporating
Industrial Practice in an Academic Environment
- Mats Daniels, Xristine Faulkner and Ian Newman: Open Ended Group
Projects, Motivating Students and Preparing them for the 'Real World'
- Annegret Goold and Peter Horan: Foundation Software Engineering
Practices for Capstone Projects and Beyond
Paper session F (Tuesday at 3:30 p.m.): Experience Reports.
- Anuja Shukla and Laurie Williams: Adapting Extreme Programming For
A Core Software Engineering Course
- Jane Huffman Hayes: Energizing Software Engineering Education
through Real World Projects as Experimental Studies
- Joan Krone, David Juedes, and Meera Sitharam: Theory Meets
Practice: Enriching the CS Curriculum through Industrial Case Studies
- Anne Fuller, Peter Croll, and Limei Di: A New Approach to Teaching
Software Risk Management with Case Studies
Paper session G (Wednesday at 10:30 a.m.): Teaching about the SE Process.
- Michael Halling Wolfgang Zuser Monika K?hle Stefan Biffl: Teaching
the Unified Process to Undergarduate Students
- David Umphress: Software Process as a Foundation for Teaching,
Learning and Accrediting
- Martin Host: Introducing Empirical Software Engineering Methods in
Paper session H (Wednesday at 2:45 p.m.): Experience Reports.
- Rick Duley, S P Maj: Cutting Hacking : Breaking from Tradition
- M. Brian Blake and Todd Cornett: Teaching an Object-Oriented
Software Development Lifecycle in Undergraduate Software Engineering
- Birgit Demuth, Mike Fischer and Heinrich Hussmann: Experience in
Early and Late Software Engineering Projects Courses
Note: CSEE&T will be held immediately prior to SIGCSE, so you can easily
attend that conference too.
Timothy C. Lethbridge, Program Chair