Software is everywhere and we need to work together to develop creative, high quality software-based systems swiftly and efficiently!
Close to 100 people from industry and academia came and were treaded to a day full of inspiring presentations.
Our discussion leaders, Stefan Andersson (SAAB Aeronautics), Robert Feldt (Blekinge Institute of Technology) and Mohammad Reza Mousavi (Halmstad University) did a great job to create a lively exchange of experiences between the presenters and audience.
You can access the presentations here:
- Welcome by Anders Caspár, Ericsson
- Software testing and State-of-the-Art with examples, Robert Feldt, Blekinge Institute of Technology
- Increasing programmability with domain-specific languages, Christoph Kessler, Kristian Sandahl, Peter Fritzon, Linköping University
- Automation in the bug flow: machine learning for triaging and tracing, Markus Borg, Lund University
- Self-organized intelligent monitoring of a vehicle fleet in Sweden, Stefan Byttner, Halmstad University
- Faster and more realistic tests at Scania, Thomas Gustafsson, Scania
- Vinnova’s approach to innovation in international ICT, Jonas Bjarne, Johan Lindberg och Andrej Litwin, Vinnova
- Rigorous simulation for design-time verification of an emergency braking system Walid Taha, Halmstad University
- Continuous technical risk assessment in software development, Vard Antinyan, Chalmers University
Date: September 25, 2014
Time: Kl 10-17. Registration opens at 9:30.
Place: Ericsson, Kistavägen 25, Kista.
Registration is now closed.
STEW – General information
Transfer of academic research results into real products and into industrial ways-of-working is a key challenge in many domains, including software development. Many companies are often unaware of existing research and many academics have difficulties to disseminate their results within the industry. Even though Swedish software research is world leading in this type of exchange, we must continuously strengthen the ties between industry and researchers.
To remedy this, the Software Technology Exchange Workshop (STEW) has been organized by Swedsoft to facilitate knowledge exchange and dissemination of results. STEW provides a place where researchers and industry representatives can meet. It is an opportunity to learn how research outcomes can be utilized in real products and software development. The workshop also promotes networking among academia and industry attendees.