Course code: 2IS95 (OWInfo description can be found here).
Time and location: Tuesday, 15:45-17:30 (7th and 8th hour) and Friday, 8:45-10:30 (1st and 2nd hour), at Potentiaal 2.19 (plan).
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.
Responsible lecturer: Alexander Serebrenik
Background information on the course:
This SET seminar has several purposes:
The SET seminar consists of compulsory meetings. Frequency and the exact schedule of the meetings will depend on the number of participants.
Assignments and grading Focus of the seminar is on conducting a small independent study and presenting its results orally and in writing. MDSE/SET staff members and/or PhD students will act as supervisors of the study. You are expected to choose the topic of your study and get it approved by a staff member and the responsible lecturer.
The final grade = 0.15 * P2 + 0.3 * O2 + 0.4 * W2 + 0.075 * RW + 0.025 * RP + 0.025 * RO1 + 0.025 * RO2.
All written assignments should be submitted via Peach not later than midnight (Eindhoven time) of the stated date. When you register for the course via OASE, you will automatically be added to the course in Peach.Choosing a research topic: Research proposal
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 11||Alexander Serebrenik||Introduction (1, 2)|
|November 14||No class|
|November 18||No class|
|November 18||Deadline Research proposal submissions (P1) - preliminary version|
|November 21||No class|
|November 21||Deadline for the review of another student's proposal (RP)|
|November 25||Marijn de Graaf||The influence of properties of open source projects on its popularity with developers|
|Robbert Jongeling||The effect of Q&A websites on developers|
|Zhuoao (Luna) Li||Safety case modularity and reuse|
|Stef van Schuylenburg||Build Breakage on Continuous Integration Systems|
|Jaap Stelma||Identifying safety metrics for the Automotive Domain (distributed per mail)|
|Maikel Steneker||Use of assertions to improve code quality|
|Jules Wulms||Efficiency of Generalised LL Parsing|
|Jia Zhang||Reuse and Modularity in Development of DSLs (distributed per mail)|
|November 25||Upload your mini-workshop slides (O1) in Peach|
|November 28||No class|
|November 30||Deadline Research proposal submissions (P2) - final version|
|December 19||No class|
|January 6||Jules Wulms||O2 We will start at 16:10 instead of 15:45|
|January 6||Deadline for the written assignment (W) - preliminary version|
|January 9||Robbert Jongeling||O2|
|Stef van Schuylenburg||O2|
|January 13||Zhuo ao Li||O2|
|Marijn de Graaf||O2|
|January 16||Jia Zhang||O2|
|January 17||Deadline for the review of another student's work (RW)|
|February 1||Deadline for the written assignment (W) - final version|