Softtalks is a talk series organized by s.e.a.l. in which researchers and master students are welcome to share and discuss their recent research proposals, approaches, and results.
The talks presented can be of the following types:
- research talk
- paper talk
- paper discussion
- topic discussion. Such a discussion can range from infrastructure and group administration to a presentation of a research topic, e.g. 'an overview of bug prediction literature', which can be used to find new research opportunities.
- new ideas and emerging results session
- tutorial session
- tool presentation
- Softtalks are typically held on Thursdays from 16:00-17:00.
- They take place in BIN 1.D.29 (with some exceptions).
- Research talks follow a conference style: 25 min presentation time (at most) and 20 min discussion.
- We will stop each talk after 25min; so please be prepared!
Note to the internal speakers: Please announce your talk via the softtalk mailing list one week before your talk.
(Available as Google Calendar)
|Date||Who||Title||Location||Type of talk|
|22. September 2016 15:30 - 16:00||Michael Susplugas||Continuous Integration and Deployment: Case Study in a Financial Company||BIN 1.D.07||Master's Thesis Intermediary Presentation|
|22. September 2016 16:00 - 17:00||Phillip Stanley-Marbell||Exploiting Properties of Physical Systems and Human Perception for Efficient Computation||BIN 2.A.01||Guest Speaker|
|6. October 2016 16:00 - 16:30||Prof. Olaf Zimmermann||Architectural Refactoring for the Cloud||BIN 1.D.07||Guest Speaker|
|20. October 2016 16:00 - 17:00||André Meyer||Retrospecting on Work and Productivity: Design and Evaluation of PersonalAnalytics||BIN 1.D.29||Research Talk|
|27. Oktober 2016 16:00 - 17:00||Monica Trink||Real-Time Monitoring of Brain Activities for Retrospection in Software Development||BIN 1.D.29||Independent Studies Final Presentation|
|03. November 2016 16:00 - 17:00||Manuela Züger||Reducing the Cost of Interruptions - Measuring and Providing Awareness on the Interruptibility of Knowledge Workers||BIN 1.D.29||PhD Proposal Defense Rehearsal|
|10. November 2016 16:00 - 17:00||Carol V. Alexandru||Guided Code Synthesis using Deep Neural Networks||BIN 1.D.29||Research Talk|
|24. November 2016 16:00 - 17:00||Carmine Vassallo||Continuous Delivery Practices in a Large Financial Organization||BIN 1.D.29||Research Talk|
|tbd||Gerald Schermann||Bifrost – Supporting Continuous Deployment with Automated Enactment of Multi-Phase Live Testing Strategies||tbd||Research Talk|
|8. December 2016 16:00 - 17:00||Jürgen Cito||Evaluating Feedback Driven Development||BIN 1.D.29||Research Talk|
|15. December 2016 16:00 - 17:00||Katja Kevic||Experimentation in Large-Scale Products||BIN 1.D.29||Research Talk|
|12. Januar 2017 16:00 - 17:00||Christoph Laaber||tbd||BIN 1.D.29||Research Talk|
|19. Januar 2017 16:00 - 17:00||André Meyer||Increasing Developer Productivity by Self-Monitoring their Individual Goals using PersonalAnalytics||BIN 1.D.29||Research Talk|
|26. Januar 2017 16:00 - 17:00||Adelina Ciurumelea||tbd||BIN 1.D.29||Research Talk|