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Conference Day
Mon 5 Nov

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08:30 - 17:00
Doctoral Symposium (invitation only)Doctorial Symposium at Solar
08:30
30m
Other
Introductions, logistics
Doctorial Symposium
Hridesh RajanIowa State University
09:00
60m
Talk
Presenting Software Engineering Research
Doctorial Symposium
S: Margaret-Anne StoreyUniversity of Victoria
10:00
30m
Coffee break
Coffee break
Doctorial Symposium

10:30
22m
Talk
Practices And Tools For Better Software Testing
Doctorial Symposium
Davide SpadiniDelft University of Technology, Netherlands
10:52
22m
Talk
Automated Support for Mobile Application Testing and Maintenance
Doctorial Symposium
Mattia FazziniGeorgia Institute of Technology
11:14
22m
Talk
Moving Towards Objective Measures of Program Comprehension
Doctorial Symposium
Sarah FakhouryWashington State University
11:36
22m
Talk
Semantic Inference from Natural Language Privacy Policies and Android Code
Doctorial Symposium
Mitra Bokaei HosseiniUniversity of Texas at San Antonio
12:00
90m
Lunch
Lunch break
Doctorial Symposium

13:30
22m
Talk
Intelligent Bug Fixing with Sofware Bug Knowledge Graph
Doctorial Symposium
Cheng ZhouYangzhou University
13:52
22m
Talk
Quality Assurance Automation in Autonomous Systems
Doctorial Symposium
Afsoon AfzalCarnegie Mellon University
14:14
22m
Talk
How Do Developers Resolve Merge Conflicts? An Investigation Into the Processes, Tools, and Improvements
Doctorial Symposium
Caius BrindescuOregon State University
14:36
24m
Other
Poster madness students with poster only, mingling/discussion of posters
Doctorial Symposium

15:00
30m
Coffee break
Coffee Break / Continuation of posters
Doctorial Symposium

15:30
75m
Talk
Discovering Your Own Definition of 'Impact' - A Key to Long Term Engagement
Doctorial Symposium
16:45
15m
Other
Wrap Up / Discussion
Doctorial Symposium

Conference Day
Tue 6 Nov

Displayed time zone: Guadalajara, Mexico City, Monterrey change

10:00 - 10:30
10:00
30m
Poster
How Dance(Sport) Can Help to Produce Better Software
Student Research Competition
10:00
30m
Poster
Towards Learning-Augmented Languages
Student Research Competition
Xinyuan SunUniversity of California, Davis
10:00
30m
Poster
Feature-Interaction Aware Configuration Prioritization
Student Research Competition
Son NguyenThe University of Texas at Dallas
10:00
30m
Poster
Diversity and Decorum in Open Source Communities
Student Research Competition
Neill RobsonNC State University
10:00
30m
Poster
Type Migration in Large-Scale Code Bases
Student Research Competition
Ameya KetkarOregon State University, USA
10:00
30m
Poster
Bugs in the Wild: Examining the Effectiveness of Static Analyzers at Finding Real-World Bugs
Student Research Competition
David A TomassiUniversity of California, Davis
10:00
30m
Poster
Mining Error-Handling Specifications for Systems Software
Student Research Competition
Daniel DeFreezUniversity of California, Davis
10:00
30m
Poster
Automated Scenario-based Integration Testing of Distributed Systems
Student Research Competition
Bruno LimaFaculty of Engineering, University of Porto and INESC TEC
10:00
30m
Poster
Reshaping Distributed Agile and Adaptive Development Environment
Student Research Competition
Francesco NoceraPolytechnic University of Bari
10:00
30m
Poster
On the Adoption of Neural Networks in Modeling Software Reliability
Student Research Competition
10:00
30m
Poster
Dara - Hybrid Model Checking of Distributed Systems
Student Research Competition
Vaastav AnandUniversity of British Columbia
10:00 - 10:30
Doctoral Symposium Posters IDoctorial Symposium at Horizons 1-4F
10:00
30m
Poster
Poster: Feedback in Scrum Processes: Data-Driven Retrospectives
Doctorial Symposium
Christoph MatthiesHasso Plattner Institute, University of Potsdam
10:00
30m
Poster
Poster: What is the Programmer Experience?
Doctorial Symposium
10:00
30m
Poster
Poster: Blueprints Programming Model for Smart Contracts
Doctorial Symposium
10:00
30m
Poster
Poster: Leveraging Traceability and Obstacle Analysis to Ensure Requirements Fulfilment in Systems Engineering
Doctorial Symposium
10:00
30m
Poster
Poster: Test Coverage for Semi-Structured Data
Doctorial Symposium
10:00
30m
Poster
Poster: Practices And Tools For Better Software Testing
Doctorial Symposium
Davide SpadiniDelft University of Technology, Netherlands
10:00
30m
Poster
Poster: Automated Support for Mobile Application Testing and Maintenance
Doctorial Symposium
Mattia FazziniGeorgia Institute of Technology
10:00
30m
Poster
Poster: Moving Towards Objective Measures of Program Comprehension
Doctorial Symposium
Sarah FakhouryWashington State University
10:00
30m
Poster
Poster: Semantic Inference from Natural Language Privacy Policies and Android Code
Doctorial Symposium
Mitra Bokaei HosseiniUniversity of Texas at San Antonio
10:00
30m
Poster
Poster: Intelligent Bug Fixing with Sofware Bug Knowledge Graph
Doctorial Symposium
Cheng ZhouYangzhou University
10:00
30m
Poster
Poster: Quality Assurance Automation in Autonomous Systems
Doctorial Symposium
Afsoon AfzalCarnegie Mellon University
10:00
30m
Poster
Poster: How Do Developers Resolve Merge Conflicts? An Investigation Into the Processes, Tools, and Improvements
Doctorial Symposium
Caius BrindescuOregon State University
15:00 - 15:30
15:00
30m
Poster
Reshaping Distributed Agile and Adaptive Development Environment
Student Research Competition
Francesco NoceraPolytechnic University of Bari
15:00
30m
Poster
Diversity and Decorum in Open Source Communities
Student Research Competition
Neill RobsonNC State University
15:00
30m
Poster
On the Adoption of Neural Networks in Modeling Software Reliability
Student Research Competition
15:00
30m
Poster
Towards Learning-Augmented Languages
Student Research Competition
Xinyuan SunUniversity of California, Davis
15:00
30m
Poster
Mining Error-Handling Specifications for Systems Software
Student Research Competition
Daniel DeFreezUniversity of California, Davis
15:00
30m
Poster
How Dance(Sport) Can Help to Produce Better Software
Student Research Competition
15:00
30m
Poster
Feature-Interaction Aware Configuration Prioritization
Student Research Competition
Son NguyenThe University of Texas at Dallas
15:00
30m
Poster
Bugs in the Wild: Examining the Effectiveness of Static Analyzers at Finding Real-World Bugs
Student Research Competition
David A TomassiUniversity of California, Davis
15:00
30m
Poster
Type Migration in Large-Scale Code Bases
Student Research Competition
Ameya KetkarOregon State University, USA
15:00
30m
Poster
Dara - Hybrid Model Checking of Distributed Systems
Student Research Competition
Vaastav AnandUniversity of British Columbia
15:00
30m
Poster
Automated Scenario-based Integration Testing of Distributed Systems
Student Research Competition
Bruno LimaFaculty of Engineering, University of Porto and INESC TEC
15:00 - 15:30
Doctoral Symposium Posters IIDoctorial Symposium at Horizons 1-4F
15:00
30m
Poster
Poster: Semantic Inference from Natural Language Privacy Policies and Android Code
Doctorial Symposium
Mitra Bokaei HosseiniUniversity of Texas at San Antonio
15:00
30m
Poster
Poster: Practices And Tools For Better Software Testing
Doctorial Symposium
Davide SpadiniDelft University of Technology, Netherlands
15:00
30m
Poster
Poster: Leveraging Traceability and Obstacle Analysis to Ensure Requirements Fulfilment in Systems Engineering
Doctorial Symposium
15:00
30m
Poster
Poster: Quality Assurance Automation in Autonomous Systems
Doctorial Symposium
Afsoon AfzalCarnegie Mellon University
15:00
30m
Poster
Poster: Intelligent Bug Fixing with Sofware Bug Knowledge Graph
Doctorial Symposium
Cheng ZhouYangzhou University
15:00
30m
Poster
Poster: Automated Support for Mobile Application Testing and Maintenance
Doctorial Symposium
Mattia FazziniGeorgia Institute of Technology
15:00
30m
Poster
Poster: Feedback in Scrum Processes: Data-Driven Retrospectives
Doctorial Symposium
Christoph MatthiesHasso Plattner Institute, University of Potsdam
15:00
30m
Poster
Poster: What is the Programmer Experience?
Doctorial Symposium
15:00
30m
Poster
Poster: How Do Developers Resolve Merge Conflicts? An Investigation Into the Processes, Tools, and Improvements
Doctorial Symposium
Caius BrindescuOregon State University
15:00
30m
Poster
Poster: Test Coverage for Semi-Structured Data
Doctorial Symposium
15:00
30m
Poster
Poster: Blueprints Programming Model for Smart Contracts
Doctorial Symposium
15:00
30m
Poster
Poster: Moving Towards Objective Measures of Program Comprehension
Doctorial Symposium
Sarah FakhouryWashington State University

Conference Day
Wed 7 Nov

Displayed time zone: Guadalajara, Mexico City, Monterrey change

Not scheduled yet

Not scheduled yet
Talk
SRC Session
Student Research Competition

Call for Papers

ESEC/FSE 2018 will host an ACM Student Research Competition (SRC, http://src.acm.org/), sponsored by Microsoft Research. This competition offers undergraduate and graduate students a unique forum to experience the research world, present their research results to conference attendees, and compete for prizes. The ACM SRC at ESEC/FSE 2018 consists of three parts: (1) research abstract submission, (2) poster presentation, and (3) a research talk. The first-place winners of the competition will be invited to participate in the ACM Student Research Competition Grand Finals.

Participate in this exciting competition: Submit your work to the ACM Student Research Competition at ESEC/FSE 2018. Win a travel stipend to attend the ESEC/FSE conference in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, USA!

How to Participate: Submit a Research Abstract

To participate in the competition, submit a 2-page research abstract related to the main themes of the conference (see the Research Track for a list of conference topics). The submission should describe: the research problem and motivation, background and related work, approach and uniqueness, results, and contributions. Papers will be judged based on how well they cover these aspects of the work.

The research abstract must conform at time of submission to the ESEC/FSE 2018 Format and Submission Guidelines, and must not exceed 2 pages, including all text, appendices, and figures. However, please note that for this SRC, references do not count against the page limit: the list of references may expand into a third page but no content (text, figures) is allowed on the third page, i.e., the third page, if any, should contain nothing except all or part of your references. All submissions must be in English. Submissions must be in PDF format. Papers must be submitted electronically through the ESEC/FSE SRC submission site by June 15, 2018. A panel of experts will review the submissions and select the students to participate in the Student Research Competition, which will be held at ESEC/FSE 2018 in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, USA. Accepted submissions will be published in the conference electronic proceedings, which will also be available as a printed proceedings.

Students who are selected to participate in the main competition at the ESEC/FSE conference round are entitled to a stipend for their travel expenses, up to a maximum of US$500.

First Round Competition: Present a Poster

The first round of the competition will take place in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, USA at the ESEC/FSE 2018 conference and will be a poster session. This is your opportunity to present your research to conference attendees and leading experts in the software engineering fields, including the SRC committee.

Judges will review the posters and speak to participants about their research. The judges will evaluate the research (quality, novelty, and significance) and the presentation of the research (poster, discussion) and select students to advance to the second round of the competition.

Please Note: For posters we require the poster to be 24 x 36 inches in portrait format.

Second Round Competition: Give a Presentation

Select students will continue by giving a short presentation of their research before a panel of judges in a special session at the ESEC/FSE 2018 conference in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, USA. After each presentation, there will be a short question and answer session. Evaluations are based on the presenter’s knowledge of his/her research area, contribution of the research, and the quality of the oral and visual presentation. At most three winners will be chosen in each category, undergraduate and graduate, and receive prizes.

The SRC Grand Finals

The first-place winner in each category (undergraduate and graduate) from the SRC held at ESEC/FSE 2018 will advance to the SRC Grand Finals. A different panel of judges evaluates the winners of all SRCs held during the calendar year against each other via the web. Three undergraduates and three graduates will be chosen as the SRC Grand Finals winners. They are invited, along with their advisors, to the annual ACM Awards Banquet, where they receive formal recognition.

Prizes

The top three winners in each category (undergraduate and graduate) will be recognized during the conference and will receive prizes of US$500, US$300, and US$200, respectively. The first-place winners of the ESEC/FSE SRC are also invited to compete with winners from other conferences in the ACM Student Research Competition Grand Finals.

Requirements

Participants must be undergraduate or graduate students pursuing an academic degree at the time of initial submission. Participants must be current student members of the ACM, and must provide their ACM member number. Supervisors of the work may not be listed as co-authors; you must submit a single-authored version of your work for the competition.

For More Information

For additional information, visit the official ACM Student Research Competition website https://2018.fseconference.org/track/fse-2018-Student-Research-Competition. For questions, please contact Gustavo Soares.