Software development has changed a lot from basic information systems development to systems that involve Cognitive computing, Machine Learning, Blockchain, Augmented Reality, IoT, Cloud Computing and Robotics. The aim of this workshop is to bring together the practioners and educators to discuss how these novel technologies can be engineered a formal way backed by SE principles. Also, the aim is to keep the software engineering education in academia updated with the industry practices. The specific teaching and learning strategies that can be developed to equip the learners to handle industry projects are also targeted in this workshop. Software engineering discipline has taken various initiatives that have resulted the certification and licensing of software engineers in a number of countries worldwide. The workshop focus is coherent with the theme of APSEC 2019 “Engineering Impactful Software for the Society towards IR4.0” and will look for strategies to prepare the students by enhancing the curriculum and learning from the industry about the challenges faced in adopting new technologies.
All accepted papers need to register at APSEC 2019. The details are available here.
Registration deadline: November 10, 2019*
*Registration to be done directly with APSEC
Workshop paper submissions due: October 12, 2019 AOE.
Notification to authors: October 18, 2019 AOE
Camera Ready deadline: December 10, 2019, AOE.
Workshop: December 2, 2019, 9.30 am onwards (MYT)
If you have any queries regarding the workshop, please reach us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Shailey Chawla is an academic for about 15 years and currently a lecturer in Information Technology at James Cook University. She has previously lectured and coordinated Coventry University computer science program at PSB Academy in Singapore. She has done her PhD in the area of software engineering and also holds M.Phil in Computer Science and MCA. Her current research interest is in software engineering for novel technologies, learning and teaching strategies and Human Computer Interaction for mobile apps.
Bimlesh Wadhwa is a University educator since 1990, has spent more than 28 years researching and teaching in the area of Software Engineering. She holds an MTech and a PhD in Software Engineering. Currently a Senior Lecturer, she has been a Faculty at the School of Computing, National University of Singapore since year 2000. She has extensive experience in conducting workshops at reputed conferences like ISEC, CHI, OZCHI among others. Her numerous publications appear in reputed International conference proceedings and journals. Her current research interests includes innovative methods of Software Engineering and its education and Human Computer Interactions.
Pornsiri Muenchaisri is a University professor at the Department of Computer Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Chulalongkorn University since 1998. She teaches and researches in Software Engineering field. She holds a BS and a MS in Statistics and a MS and a PhD in Computer Science. She is a member of program committee of several conferences and is a steering committee member of APSEC and ACM-W Asia-Pacific. Her current research interests include software quality improvement, requirements engineering, and software measurement.