STEW 2020 – digital in January

In January 21-22nd we welcome you to the digital Software Technology Exchange Workshop. Engage in discussions and listen to inspiring presentations around the theme - Data for Software Development

STEW has been planned to be conducted in a secure manner for both speakers and participants. However, given the increased spread and restrictions of Covid-19, we have decided to rearrange STEW 2020 from a physical conference to a digital networking conference. In this way, we make the latest knowledge available and still provide an opportunity for exchange between the participants.

From the start 2012, the focus for STEW has been on creating exchange between academia, industry and the public sector. The emphasis is on two main areas; networking and knowledge exchange. At STEW we want to make research and project results visible and available to stimulate new cooperation in software technology.

STEW 2020 is arranged by Swedsoft together with our co-hosts Scania, Halmstad University, AB Volvo, Teknikföretagen, Saab, Blekinge Institute of Technology, Malmö University, Informator, Linnaeus University, Business Region Göteborg and Addalot.

During the event there will be interesting and inspiring presentations from the speakers around the theme – Data for Software Development. Since the focus for STEW is knowledge exchange and networking a large part of the conference will be discussions with all participants and in workshops. You will also be able to sign up to participate in digital networking during lunch and coffee breaks.

You can find the whole program for STEW here

At STEW you will be able to both hear new research and build your network – we hope to see you in January!


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