SET seminar

Course code: 2IMP00 (OWInfo description can be found here).

Time and location: Wednesday, 15:45-17:30 (7th and 8th hour) and Friday, 10:45-12:30 (3rd and 4th hour), at Metaforum 15.
Target audience: Master (CSE,ES,BIS) students interested in Software Engineering. Students intending to work on their graduation project with Software Engineering & Technology as specialisation are expected to participate in the seminar.
Teachers: Loek Cleophas and Anton Wijs.

Background information on the course:

This SET seminar has several purposes:

At the end of the seminar we expect that you are able to perform: If you do your Master Thesis project related to the Software Engineering and Technology specialisation, you can use this seminar to prepare yourself by choosing scientific papers related to the topic of your thesis.

The SET seminar consists of compulsory meetings. These meetings will also be attended by the MDSE staff and occasionally by students doing their Master thesis project. Frequency of meetings will depend on the number of participants.

Assignments and grading First, you will get one preparatory assignment (A). After this, you will be asked to propose a topic for a (small) independent study (P), present it orally (O) and in writing (W), and review a paper by another student (R). Each one of those will be graded on the scale of 10 (1 - lowest, 10 - highest).

The final grade = 0.2 * A + 0.1 * P + 0.2 * O + 0.4 * W + 0.1 * R.

All written assignments (A,P,W,R) should be submitted via Canvas no later than midnight (Eindhoven time) of the stated date. No late submissions will be accepted.

Preparatory assignments
A description of the preparatory assignment can be found in Canvas, together with its deadline. This is an exercise to get familiar with conducting academic research.

Choosing a research topic: Research proposal
You will conduct a mini-research either related to the themes presented by the staff or related to your MSc project. You have to find the relevant papers, write a report on these papers based on some by yourself formulated research proposition. There is no minimal number of papers you have to read. Details concerning the P assignment can be found in Peach. You are expected to regularly meet with your supervisor to keep track of your progress.

Oral presentations
You will give two presentations at the seminar. The first one will be part of a mini-workshop which is meant to present an initial idea for your research proposal before writing it down. This presentation should take 5 minutes, and will not be graded. It allows the audience to give early feedback and pointers. In the second presentation (O), you will present the findings of your research. This should take 15 minutes. After this presentation, the audience will get an opportunity to ask questions and provide the presenter with feedback.

Writing an essay
The essay should be at least 10 pages. If the selected topic is related to the MSc project, the written report could be the related work section or the feasibility study of the final thesis.

Reviewing a paper / presentation (Use this form to review each other's presentations)

November 16Anton WijsIntroduction
Josh MengerinkDomain Languages / Metrics & Mining / Theorem Proving
Jurgen VinjuMetaprogramming
Robert DeckersThe smallest software particle
Jelle Schuhmacher (Altran)OCL Language Binding
Alexander SerebrenikSocial & Technical Analysis of Software Ecosystems
November 18Wim Couwenberg (Oce)Data modeling with Entity Component Systems
Arash Khabbaz SaberiTraffic Regulation Model / Model Transformation for Formal Verification
Yaping (Luna) Luo (Altran/SET)MDSE in the Automotive Domain: Safety and Security
Sander de PutterVerification of model transformations
Anton WijsModel Transformation Verification & Accelerated Computing
November 23Anton WijsWriting scientific papers, giving presentationsDeadline preparatory assignment A
November 25No meeting
November 30Mini-workshop
December 2No meetingDeadline Research proposal submissions (P) - preliminary version
December 7No meetingDeadline for the review of another student's proposal
December 9No meeting
December 14No meeting
December 16No meetingDeadline Research proposal submissions (P) - final version
December 21No meeting
December 23No meeting
January 11No meeting
January 13No meeting
January 15No meetingDeadline for the written assignment (W) - preliminary version
January 18Student presentations15:45 Pavlo Burda
16:05 Nathan Cassee
16:25 Roy van den Hurk
16:45 Nanne Wielinga
17:05 Adrian Yankov
January 20No meeting
January 22No meetingDeadline for the review of another student's work (R)
February 4No meetingDeadline for the written assignment (W) - final version