Starts 9:30 on SundayCoffee and lunch will be served.
Note that there is a time change early Sunday morning and clocks move ahead one hour.
The AOSD.07 Spring School, to be held on Sunday, March 11, will follow in the
footsteps of last year's highly successful edition. It attracted more than 40
students, who were given the opportunity to interact with each other and
nearly a dozen invited experts on AOSD such as Theo D'Hondt,
Eric Eide, Bob Filman, Shmuel Katz, Gregor Kiczales, Mira Mezini, Awais
Rashid, and Eddie Truyen. We are assembling an equally impressive group of
experts for this year's edition.
Some of these experts will give short presentations on the state of the art in
AOSD, while others will sit on an informal panel, giving students the
opportunity to ask questions and voice concerns. Issues that were
raised last year include:
- When have I done enough of a literature study?
- How do I identify and formulate precisely my contributions?
- Is my timing and planning feasible?
- Are negative results also contributions?
- How do I evaluate and validate my work?
- What's the difference between foundational work and related work?
- Am I doing engineering research or scientific research?
- How can I get useful and constructive feedback from the people who are guiding or advising me?
The major part of the day will consist of interactive group sessions. These
allow students to get in touch with others that share similar interests. The
ulterior motive is to build a network of AOSD students that transcends the
AOSD conference series.
The Spring School event will be held at UBC Robson Square (the University of British Columbia's downtown campus). It is walking distance from the conference hotel.
The Spring School is sponsored by AOSD-Europe, the European Network of
Excellence on AOSD.
We still accept submissions! Contact Yvonne Coady and Maja D'Hondt, at
Memories of spring school '06:
Edited by the AOSD Conference Committee. Send comments to: webmasteraosd.net