INES - National Institute of Science and Technology for Software Engineering
INES researchers will join the FEES 2011 @ CBSoft (São Paulo), to discuss “Free/Libre/Open Source Software Development in Software Engineering Education: Opportunities and Experiences”.
The work involves researchers from UFBA (INES project: Models, Techniques and Tools for Software Evolution) in collaboration with IME-USP. One of the reported experiences took place in a Software Evolution course at UFBA.
“Free/Libre/Open Source Software Development in Software Engineering Education: Opportunities and Experiences”
- Christina Chavez, Antonio Terceiro (UFBA); Paulo Meirelles, Carlos Santos Jr., Fabio Kon (IME-USP)
SBES is 25
Researchers from INES project: Models, Techniques and Tools for Software Evolution also participate in two papers accepted at the SBES is 25 Special Track:
1) “The AOSD Research Community in Brazil and its Crosscutting Impact”
Christina Chavez, Uirá Kulesza, Sérgio Soares, Paulo Borba, Carlos Lucena, Paulo Masiero, Claudio Sant’Anna, Eduardo Piveta, Fabiano Ferrari, Fernando Castor, Roberta Coelho, Vander Alves , Lyrene Silva, Paulo Pires, Nabor Mendonça , Eduardo Figueiredo, Thais Batista, Carla Silva, Valter Camargo, Nélio Cacho, Otávio Lemos, Flávia Delicato , Arndt von Staa, Fabio Silveira , Fernanda Alencar, Julio Leite, Ricardo Ramos, Rodrigo Bonifácio , Marco Tulio Valente, Rosana Braga, Rosangela Penteado, Jaelson Castro (UFBA, UFRN, UFPE, PUC-Rio, USP, UFSM, UFPB, UFMG, UFSCar, Unifesp, UFRJ, Unifor, Univasf, UnB)
2) “Free and Open Source Software Development and Research: Opportunities for Software Engineering”aosd, cbsoft, fees, floss, open source software, software engineering education, software evolution
Fabio Kon, Paulo Meirelles (IME-USP); Antonio Terceiro, Christina Chavez (UFBA); Nelson Lago (IME-USP); Manoel Mendonça (UFBA)
Publicado em February 28th, 2011Uncategorized
Prof. Christina von Flach, coordinator of the project Models, Techniques and Tools for Software Evolution, will attend the International Conference on Aspect-Oriented Software Development (AOSD.11), which is the premier conference on software modularity.
Home page of the event: http://www.aosd.net/2011/aosd, evolution