Software Technology Exchange Workshop, STEW 2020

This year’s conference program is filled with presentations giving different perspectives on the theme Data for Software Development.

Software Technology Exchange Workshop, STEW, is a conference that since 2012 encourages and promotes knowledge exchange between industry, academia and the public sector. At STEW we want to make research and project results visible and available to stimulate new cooperation in software technology.

STEW will be arranged November 18th-19th in Halmstad by Swedsoft together with Scania, Halmstad University, AB Volvo, Teknikföretagen, Saab, Blekinge Institute of Technology, Malmö University, Informator, Linnaeus University, Business Region Göteborg and Addalot.

In between the presentations and during the dinner there will be time to network and meet people from industry, academia and public sector from all around Sweden.

Read more about STEW 2020 here

We hope to see you at Halmstad University in November.

This year, due to the current situation regarding Covid-19, we have made some rearrangements to the conference. We have limited the number of participants and adjusted the conference room and seating arrangements. The Campus area at Halmstad University has been adjusted in order to follow the Public Health Agency’s recommendations to avoid close contact and crowds. We follow the situation closely through the relevant authorities and follow the directives given.

STEW participants are asked to help by keeping distance, washing hands and staying home in case of symptoms.

Program – Wednesday 18 November

13:45

Coffee and registration

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14:15

Welcome

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AI-engineering: what is needed for a successful development and operation of AI-systems? 

Ivica Crnkovic, Professor of software engineering, Chalmers University of Technology and University of GothenburgHelena Holmström Olsson, Professor at the Department of Computer Science and Media Technology, Malmö University

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Coffee

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Visual software analytics: challenges and opportunities

Rafael M. Martins, PhD, Senior Lecturer in Computer Science and Media Technology, Linnaeus University
Markus Borg, PhD, Senior Researcher, RISE Research Institutes of Sweden AB Welf Löwe, Professor, Linnaeus University and Softwerk AB

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AI on the edge - Data stream analytics and solutions for edge based machine learning

Henrik Arleving, Industrial innovation Architect, HMS Industrial Networks
Shooresh Sufiye, Software Developer, HMS Industrial Networks

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17:05

End of day one

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19:00

Dinner

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Program – Thursday 19 November

09:00

Coffee and registration

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09:15

Open data and open innovation around roads

Thomas Olsson, Senior researcher,  RISE Research Institutes of Sweden

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Coffee

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Intellectual property as a tool for constructing data openness 

Pavel Kopylov, IP Business & Legal Consultant, Synergon AB

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Making Program Analysis Useful Together 

Emma Söderberg, Associate Senior Lecturer, Lund University

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Lunch

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From beauty in code to beauty in data

Markus Borg, Senior Researcher, RISE Research Institutes of Sweden AB
Adam Tornhill, Founder and CEO, CodeScene

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Explainable artificial intelligence for predictive maintenance 

Slawomir Nowaczyk, Professor in Machine Learning, Halmstad University

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Coffee

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The petabyte project

Sven Nilsson, Software Innovation Specialist, SAAB AB

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Wrap-up discussions

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16:30

End of conference

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