The purpose of STEW is to encourage and promote cooperation between industry and academia, cooperation within industry, and cooperation with the public sector, to visualize research results and stimulate new cooperations in the area of software technology.
This year’s conference has a broad program of presentations from both industry and academia. In this years progam you can find subjects such as:
- Artificial Intelligence in smart sustainable societies
- What happens when offshore teams are on-boarded in complex evolving software-intensive products?
- More Efficient Testing and a Higher Quality Software Product – How to Achieve Both?
The program, with abstracts, is available today at Swedsoft.se/event/stew2017. Opening and keynote speakers will soon be presented.
Registration is now open here.
When: October 18-19 2017
Where: KTH Royal Institute of Technology, House D, Room D1, Lindstedtsvägen 17
Cost of attending:
- Swedsoft members: 3000 SEK (excl 25% VAT)
- Non-members: 5000 SEK (excl 25% VAT)
Register here – latest Oct 4th.
With reservation for changes.
10:00 Registration and coffee
10:30 OPENING Speech, TBA
11:15 Moderated discussion
12:45 Software Technology for Self-Adaptive Systems, Professor Danny Weyns, Linnaeus University
13:20 Artificial Intelligence in smart sustainable societies, Associate Professor Anne Håkansson, KTH
13:55 Visual GUI Testing – From Academic Concept to Industrial Use, PhD Emil Alégroth, Blekinge Institute of Technology
14:30 COFFEE & Cake
15:15 What happens when offshore teams are on-boarded in complex evolving software-intensive products?, Professor Darja Smite, Blekinge Institute of Technology
15:50 Optimizing waste and opportunity losses in requirements decision making and increasing decision agility, Assistant Professor Krzysztof Wnuk, BTH
16:25-16:55 Panel Discussion
09:15 Keynote Speech, TBA
10:05 Moderated discussion
10:15 COFFEE & Sandwich
11:00 More Efficient Testing and a Higher Quality Software Product – How to Achieve Both?, Researcher Sahar Tahvili, RISE SICS
11:35 Virtualized Embedded Systems for Testing and Development, Professor Karl Meinke, KTH
13:15 ”No More Bosses? From hierarchies towards empowerment in large-scale software development, Associate professor Helena Holmström Olsson, Malmö University
13:50 Panel Discussion
14:20 The Evolution of Continuous Experimentation in Software Product Development, PhD Researcher Aleksander Fabijan, Malmö University
14:55 COFFEE & Cake
15:30 Connected Energy – Securely collecting transformer data from secondary substations, Dr Emmanuel Frecon, RISE SICS
16:05 Modelware is the new software – Information system for managing a LARP event using a model driven platform, R&D Manager, Tomas Jonsson, Genicore AB
16:40-17:00 Panel Discussion