International Conference on
Global Software Engineering

ICGSE 2007
Munich, Germany
August 27-30, 2007

 
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  TECHNICAL PROGRAM (please click below to see the detailed program for each day)

Tuesday Aug 28 | Wednesday Aug 29 | Thursday Aug 30

Welcome Reception:
Monday August 27, 19:00pm


Opening:
Tuesday August 28, 09:00am-10:30am

An Empirical Investigation on Text-Based Communication in Distributed Requirements Workshops (Paper 52), Fabio Calefato, Filippo Lanubile, University of Bari, Italy, Daniela Damian, U. Vic, Canada

Do Gradations of Time Zone Separation Make a Difference in Performance? A First Laboratory Study (Paper 82), J. Alberto Espinosa, American University, Ning Nan, The University of Oklahoma, Erran Carmel, American University


Experience (1):
Tuesday August 28, 11:00am-12:30am

Successful Global Development of a Large-scale Embedded Telecommunications Product (Paper 93), Marek Leszak, Manfred Meier, Alcatel Lucent, Optical Networking Division

Collaboration in Global Software Projects at Siemens: An Experience Report (Paper 58), Christian Lescher, Siemens AG, Matthew Bass, James D. Herbsleb, Carnegie Mellon University

The Evolution of the Internal Offshore Software Development Model at Dell Inc (Paper 83), Carlon Halmenschlager Szymanski, Dell Inc, Brazil, Rafael Prikladnicki, PUCRS, Brazil


Organizational Comments:
Tuesday August 28, 13:30pm-15:00pm

Keynote talk: Reflections on a Decade of Studying Global Software Engineering, Prof. Erran Carmel, American University



Poster Session:
Tuesday August 28, 15:00pm-16:00pm


Quality & Performance:
Tuesday August 28, 16:00pm-17:00pm

Virtual Quality Assurance Facilitation Model (Paper 38), Rajesh Agarwal, Pinakpani Nayak, Manickam Malarvizhi, P Suresh, Nina Modi, Tata Consultancy Services, India

Performance Criteria in Inter-Organizational Global Software Development Projects (Paper 47), Timo Poikolainen, Juha Paananen, Nokia


Organizational Comments:
Tuesday August 28, 19:30pm

Banquet



Student Meeting (sponsored by IBM Research)
Tuesday August 28, 17:15pm-18:30pm

On Tuesday late afternoon we offer a special opportunity for students to meet fellow students, discuss your work and common challenges.
The program also includes a demo of JAZZ, the new Eclipse-based platform for supporting team development, given by Harold Ossher from IBM. Please contact Joachim Sauer of University of Hamburg (sauer@informatik.uni-hamburg.de) for further information.