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New Software Engineering Faculty Symposium
(NSEFS 05)

Tuesday - 17 May 2005
St. Louis Ballroom A

What Every Young Software Engineering Faculty Member Needs to Know

09:00 Welcome, Introductions, Overview of the Day Lee Osterweil
(U. of Massachusetts, USA)
09:30 Mapping out a Research Agenda Barbara Ryder
(Rutgers U., USA)
10:00 Publication Strategies Carlo Ghezzi
(Politecnico di Milano, Italy)
10:30 BREAK  
11:00 Ethics Lee Osterweil
(U. of Massachusetts, USA)
11:30 Teaching and Mentoring Students Barbara Ryder
(Rutgers U., USA)
12:00 How to (improve the chances that you will) get a paper accepted at ICSE/FSE/ASE/… Alex Wolf
(U. of Lugano, Switzerland)
12:30 LUNCH Obtaining Research Funding (breakout groups by nationality)
Carlo Ghezzi (Politecnico di Milano, Italy),

Jeff Kramer (Imperial College, UK),

Rick Adrion (U. of Massachusetts, USA)
14:00 How to get Promoted Lee Osterweil
(U. of Massachusetts, USA)
14:30 Time Allocation: Balancing Research, Teaching, and Service Jeff Kramer
(Imperial College, UK)
15:00 Networking Lori Clarke
(U. of Massachusetts, USA)
15:30 BREAK  
16:00 How to Have a Life as Well as a Career--and Why! Dick Kemmerer
(UC Santa Barbara, USA)
16:30 A view from the trenches

Neno Medvidovic
(U. of Southern California, USA)

Sebastian Uchitel (Imperial College, UK)

17:15 Summary and final advice