ICGSE 2012

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[Monday, 27th] [Tuesday, 28th] [Wednesday, 29th] [Thursday, 30th]

Day 1 – Monday, August 27th - Workshops + Tutorials and Doctoral Symposium (Computer Science Building, 2nd and 5th floor)

08:15 Bus pick-up at Novotel/Coral Towers hotel (to PUCRS)
08:30 - 09:00
Registration, Building 32, Computer Science School (Faculdade de Informática)
09:00 - 10:30 Workshop
(Room 203)
REMIDI
Workshop 
(Room 205)
WDDS
Tutorial 1
(Room 206)
Global Software Engineering - Lessons from Industry
Tutorial 2
(Room 207)
Applying Agile Methods to GSD Projects
Tutorial 5
(Room 213)
Using Ethnographic methods in Software Engineering Research

10:30 - 11:00 Break
11:00 - 12:30 Workshop
(Room 203)
Globagile
Workshop 
(Room 205)
WDDS
Tutorial 1
(Room 206)
Global Software Engineering - Lessons from Industry
Tutorial 2
(Room 207)
Applying Agile Methods to GSD Projects
Tutorial 5
(Room 213)
Using Ethnographic methods in Software Engineering Research

12:30 - 14:00 Lunch at the Palatus’ Restaurant (Conference ID required)
14:00 - 15:30 Workshop
(Room 203)
PARIS
Workshop 
(Room 205)
WDDS
Tutorial 3
(Room 206)
Aligning GSE with corporate strategy
Tutorial 4
(Room 207)
Quality Assurance in Distributed Agile teams
Tutorial 5
(Room 213)
Using Ethnographic methods in Software Engineering Research
(Room 215)
Doctoral Symposium
15:30 - 16:00 Break
16:00 - 17:20 (Room 203)
Workshop Panel Discussion
Workshop 
(Room 205)
WDDS
Tutorial 3
(Room 206)
Aligning GSE with corporate strategy
Tutorial 4
(Room 207)
Quality Assurance in Distributed Agile teams
Tutorial 5
(Room 213)
Using Ethnographic methods in Software Engineering Research
(Room 215)
Doctoral Symposium
18:00 - 19:00
Tecnopuc tour (depending on weather conditions)
19:00 - 20:00
Welcome reception at ThoughtWorks at the Portal Tecnopuc building (Prédio 99A)
20:15
Bus pick-up at the Tecnopuc entrance (to Novotel/Coral Towers hotel)

Day 2 – Tuesday, August 28th – Conference (Computer Science building, Main auditorium)

08:15 Bus pick-up at Novotel/Coral Towers hotel (to PUCRS)
08:45 - 09:15 Registration, Building 32, Computer Science School (Faculdade de Informática)
09:15 - 09:30 Conference opening by General Chair (Main auditorium)
09:30 - 10:30 Keynote (Main auditorium) "(Mis-)Communicating with Data: Managing Distributed Development" by Forrest Shull (Fraunhofer Center for Experimental Software Engineering in Maryland and Editor in Chief of IEEE Software)
10:30 - 11:00 Break
11:00 - 12:30 Main track - Best paper candidates (Main auditorium)
• From Offshore Outsourcing to Offshore Insourcing: Three Stories by Nils Brede Moe, Darja Šmite and Geir Kjetil Hanssen
• Agile vs. Structured Distributed Software Development: A Case Study by H.-Christian Estler, Martin Nordio, Carlo A. Furia, Bertrand Meyer and Johannes Schneider
• Activity Theory Applied to Global Software Engineering: Theoretical Foundations and Implications for Tool Builders by Paolo Tell and Muhammad Ali Babar
12:30 - 14:00 Lunch at Panorama Restaurant (Conference ID required)
14:00 - 15:30 Main track - From the Trenches (Main auditorium)
• From RUP to Scrum in Global Software Development: A Case Study by Ramon Noordeloos, Christina Manteli and Hans van Vliet
• An Exploratory Study of Software Evolution and Quality: Before, During and After a Transfer by Ronald Jabangwe and Darja Šmite
• Configuration Management Stories from the Distributed Software Development Trenches by Lars Bendix, Jan Magnusson and Christian Pendleton
15:30 - 16:30 Break with poster presentation - Building lobby area
• Setting up a stochastic model for teams working in a follow-the-sun environment, by Santos, Sales, Fernandes
• Prerequisites for Teaching of Distributed Software Development in Graduate Courses, by Ferreira, L'Erario, Fabri
• Task Allocation Model in Globally Distributed Software Projects using Genetic Algorithms, by Fernandez, Basavaraju
• Requirements Engineering for Scientific Application Software in Global Software Development: Single-Location, by Bhattacharyya, Urbina, Webster
• A Systematic Tertiary Study of Communication in Distributed Software Development Projects by Santos, Farias Junior, Moura, Marczak
• SocialTFS: A Social Awareness Tool for Global Software Teams, by Calefato, Lanubile
• A Distributed Development of Software Environment Dynamics Model, by L'Erario, Pessôa, Fabri, Domingues, Duarte, Palácios
Also, ~10  posters from ICGSE workshops are expected.
16:30 - 18:00 Main track - Tools and Methods (Main auditorium)
• FTSProc: a Process to Alleviate the Challenges of Projects that Use the Follow-the-Sun Strategy by Estevão R. Hess and Jorge Audy
• An Industrial Evaluation of Technological Support for Overhearing Conversations in Global Software Engineering by Kevin Dullemond and Ben van Gameren
• 2DAM-WAVE - A evaluation method for the WAVE capability model by Rafael Audy Glanzner and Jorge Audy
18:20 Bus pick-up at the Building 32, PUCRS (to the Novotel/Coral Towers hotel)
18:00 - 19:00
Soccer Match – Building 81 (Faculdade de Educação Física) – 4th floor

Day 3 – Wednesday, August 29th - Conference (Computer Science building, Rooms 516 and 517)

08:15 Bus pick-up at Novotel/Coral Towers hotel (to PUCRS)
09:00 - 10:30 Parallel Session 1 - Main track – Experience based (Room 516)
• Distributed Development Teams and Non-Use of the Web 2.0 Technologies: A Proclivity Framework by Ban Al-Ani, Oliver Yi Wang, Sabrina Marczak, Erik Trainer and David Redmile
• Supporting Acceptance Testing in Distributed Software Projects with Integrated Feedback Systems: Experiences and Requirements by Olga Liskin, Christoph Herrmann, Eric Knauss, Thomas Kurpick, Bernhard Rumpe and Kurt Schneider
• A Tool Framework for Deriving the Application Architecture for Global Software Development Projects by Bugra M. Yildiz, Bedir Tekinerdogan and Semih Cetin
09:00 - 10:30 Parallel Session 2 - Main track – Academic short papers (Room 517)
• The Many Facets of Distance and Space: the Mobility of Actors in Globally Distributed Project Teams by Tony Clear, Waqar Hussain and Stephen G MacDonell
• Near-Synchronicity and Distance: Instant Messaging as a Medium for Global Software Engineering by Tuomas Jaanu
• Problems? We all know we have them. Do we have Solutions too? A Systematic Literature Review on Problems and Their Solutions in Global Software Development by Vanessa Marcos Gomes and Sabrina Marczak
10:30 - 11:00 Break
11:00 - 11:50 Parallel Session 1a - Panel: GSE book authors: Writing and making an impact with books. (Room 516)
11:00 - 12:50
Parallel Session 2 - Industry track 2 (Room 517)
• Practical Experiences in Globally Distributed Development (GDD): A Commercial Tool Vendor Perspective by Alan W. Brown
• Governance Patterns in Global Software Engineering: Best Practices and Lessons Learned by Raja Bavani
• Challenges in Distributed Scrum by Gopal K Ghosh
• 4C: An approach for effective people management in an offshore software development center by Gerd Hoefner and Mani VS
• Towards SOA – Dell Financial Service's Experience Report on Migrating Legacy Services into Service Oriented Architecture Using Agile Techniques by Giovani Salvador
12:00 - 12:50 Parallel Session 1b - Panel on GSE education innovation. (Room 516)
12:50 - 14:30 Lunch at Panorama Restaurant (Conference ID required)
14:30 - 15:30 Keynote (Main auditorium) "Distributed Teams Experience in Software Development and IT Support for a Global Company and Its Impact for the Brazil Economy" by Roberto Petry (Chief Technology Dell Brazil and Global DBA manager)
15:30 - 16:00 Break
16:00 - 17:30 Industry track(Main auditorium)
• Building Project Management Competencies for Global R&D projects by Rakesh Singh and Kurt Hofmann
• An Industrial Experience on the Application of Distributed Testing in an Agile Software Development Environment by Eliane Figueiredo Collins, Gisele Macedo, Nayane Maia and Arilo Dias
• Subcontracting for Scrum Teams: Experiences and Guidelines from a Large Development Organization by Miika Penttinen and Tommi Mikkonen
17:45 Bus pick-up at the Building 32, PUCRS (to the Novotel hotel)
19:30 Bus pick-up at the Novotel/Coral Towers hotel (to the conference dinner venue, Galpão Crioulo Restaurant)
20:00 - 22:00 Conference Barbecue Dinner at Galpão Crioulo Restaurant. Dress code: casual
22:15 Bus pick-up at conference dinner venue (to Novotel/Coral Towers hotel)

Day 4 – Thursday, August 30th - Conference (Computer Science building, Rooms 516 and 517, Main auditorium)

08:15 Bus pick-up at Novotel/Coral Towers hotel (to PUCRS)
09:00 - 10:30 Parallel Session 1 - Main track - SLRs - Systematic Literature Reviews: what are we learning? (Room 516)
• On the Nature of GSE Organizational Social Structures: an Empirical Study by Damian A. Tamburri, Elisabetta Di Nitto, Patricia Lago and Hans Van Vliet
• Adopting a Social Network Perspective in Global Software Development by Christina Manteli, Hans van Vliet, Bart van den Hooff
• Systematic Literature Reviews in Distributed Software Development: A Tertiary Study by Anna Beatriz Marques, Rosiane Rodrigues and Tayana Conte
09:00 - 10:30 Parallel Session 2 - Academic new ideas (Room 517)
• A qualitative user study on preemptive conflict detection by Lile Hattori, Michele Lanza and Marco D'Ambros
• Mapping Global Software Development Practices to Follow-the-Sun Process by Josiane Kroll and Jorge Audy
• Enterprise Architecture Cybernetics for Complex Global Software Development: Measuring, Calculating and Reducing the Complexity of Global Software Development Using Extended Axiomatic Design Theory by Hadi Kandjani, Peter Bernus and Lian Wen
• Experiences in Scaling the Product Owner Role in Large-Scale Globally Distributed Scrum by Maria Paasivaara, Ville T. Heikkilä and Casper Lassenius
10:30 - 11:00 Break
11:00 - 12:10
Keynote (Main auditorium) "Global Boundary Complexity and Teamwork: A Social Network Coordination Perspective" by Alberto Espinosa (American University, USA)
12:10 – 12:20
Best-paper Award Session – Announcement of best-paper award ICGSE 2012 - by Erran Carmel and Rini van Solingen (ICGSE 2012 PC-Chairs)
12:20 – 12:30
ICGSE 2013 announcement (Main auditorium)
12:30 - 13:45 Lunch at Panorama Restaurant (Conference ID required)
13:45 – 15:15 Industry track (Main auditorium)
• An approach to effectively transfer knowledge and accelerate the movement of software service teams offshore by Sandeep Kumar, Ajit Krishna, Bk Kulkarni and Mani V S
• A Case Study of a GSD project involving Diverse Cultural and Geographical Separation, Dinesh Rohara, Raja Sekhar Badami, Jude Fernandez
• Freelancers: A Global Software Engineering Approach for Small Projects by Abhinandan Bhadauria
• Process Harmonization across Remote Sites by Manoj M. Apte and Kurt Hofmann
15:15 - 15:45 Break
15:45 – 17:10 Panel - GSE in the BRIC++ countries: China, Brazil, Chile, Turkey (Main auditorium)
17:10 - 17:15 Conference closure (Main auditorium)
18:00 Bus pick-up at PUCRS (to Novotel/Coral Towers hotel)
 


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