Dotoral Symposium
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The Doctoral Symposium, to be held on Monday 24th May at The Point - Penthouse, is a closed forum that provides an opportunity for Ph.D. students to discuss their research goals, methods, and results at an early stage in their research, in a critical but supportive environment. The Symposium aims to provide useful guidance for completion of the dissertation research and initiation of a research career. The Symposium and ICSE will also provide an opportunity for student participants to interact with other students at a similar stage in their careers, established researchers, and the broader software engineering community.

Invited Participants:

Genaína Nunes Rodrigues (University College London)
A Model Driven Approach for Software Systems Reliability

Sascha Alda (University of Bonn)
Component-based Self-Adaptability in Peer-to-Peer Architectures

Hridesh Rajan (University of Virginia)
One More Step in the Direction of Modularized Integration Concerns

EunYoung Kang (Delft University of Technology)
Parametric Analysis of Real-Time Embedded Systems with Abstract Approximation Interpretation

Annabella Loconsole (Umeå University)
Empirical studies on Requirement Management Activities

Frank Keenan (University of Ulster at Coleraine)
Agile Process Tailoring and probLem analYsis (APTLY)

Mika Mäntylä (Helsinki University of Technology)
Subjective Evaluation of Software Design Quality

Steffen Zschaler (Dresden University of Technology)
Research Abstract: Semantic Concepts for the Specification of Non-functional Properties of Component-Based Software

James Jones (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Visualization of Test Information to Assist Fault Localization

Diane Kirk (University of Auckland)
A Flexible Model for Software Process Simulation

Nachiappan Nagappan (North Carolina State University)
Toward a Software Testing and Reliability Early Warning Metric Suite

Michael Pacione (University of Strathclyde)
Software Visualisation for Object-Oriented Program Comprehension

Ciaran O'Reilly (University of Ulster Coleraine)
A Weakly Constrained Approach to Software Change Coordination

Roshanak Roshandel (University of Southern California)
Calculating Architectural Reliability via Modeling and Analysis

Ana Belén Barragáns Martínez (University of Vigo)
chi-SCTL/MUS: A Formal Methodology to Evolve Multi-Perspective Software Requirements Specifications

Jennifer Tenzer (University of Edinburgh)
Improving UML Design Tools by Formal Games

Leonardo Mariani (Università di Milano Bicocca)
Behavior Capture and Test for Verifying Evolving Component-Based Systems

Pakorn Waewsawangwong (Imperial College London)
A Constraint Architectural Description Approach to Self-Organising Component-Based Software Systems

Arthur's Seat EICC Pentland Auditorium EICC by night Scott Monument Edinburgh Castle and Ross Fountain

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