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

Wednesday August 29, 09:00am-10:30am

On Coordination Mechanisms in Global Software Development (Paper 27), Cataldo, Bass, Herbsleb, Bass

Awareness in the Wild: Why Communication Breakdowns Occur (Paper 64), Daniela Damian, Luis Izquierdo, University of Victoria, Janice Singer, NRC Canada, Irwin Kwan, University of Victoria

Of Deadlocks and Peopleware - Collaborative Work Practices in Global Software Development (Paper 98), Gabriela Avram, Interaction Design Center and Lero, University of Limerick

Risk Management:
Wednesday August 29, 11:00am-12:30am

Project Outcome Predictions: Risk Barometer Based on Historical Data (Paper 54), Darja Smite, Riga Information Technology Institute, Latvia

Mutual Dependency of Distribution, Benefits and Causes: An Empirical Study (Paper 10), Dorina-C. Gumm, University of Hamburg, Department of Informatics

Parallel Session on Frameworks:
Wednesday August 29, 13:30pm-15:00pm

Frameworks 1.
A Framework to Enable Offshore Outsourcing (Paper 87), Andreas Braun, ADSF Test Factory, T-Systems GEI GmbH

A Reference Model for Successful Distributed Development of Software Systems (Paper 88), Brian Lings, University of Skövde, Björn Lundell, University of Skövde, Pär Agerfalk, University of Limerick, Brian Fitzgerald, University of Limerick

Training for Global Software Development in an International "Learning Network" (Paper 14), Benedikt Lutz, Siemens AG Austria

Frameworks 2.
An Adaptive Tool Integration Framework to Enable Coordination in Distributed Software Development (Paper 50), Vibha Singhal Sinha, Bikram Sengupta, Sugata Ghosal, IBM Research, India

Be successful, take a hostage or ?outsourcing the outsourcing Manager? (Paper 84), Horst Pichler, Siemens Shared Services PSE TechLab

TAPER: a generic framework for establishing an offshore development center (Paper 33), Gerd Hoefner, Siemens IT Solutions and Services, India, V. S. Mani, Siemens IT Solutions and Services, India

Parallel Session:
Wednesday August 29, 15:30pm-17:00pm

Good Practices/Offshoring.
Offshoring and Outsourcing to India (Paper 66), Werner Burger, Diehl - Aerospace, Germany

Optimizing Supplier Management in Global Software Engineering (Paper 68), Christof Ebert, Vector Consulting, Germany

Managing Offshore Outsourcing of Knowledge-intensive Projects - A People Centric Approach (Paper 95), Morten Jensen,Shashi Menon, Schlumberger, Norway,Lars Erik Mangset, Vibeke Dalberg, Det Norske Veritas, Norway

Requirements Engineering/Tools.
A unified requirements model; integrating features, use cases, requirements, requirements analysis and hazard analysis (Paper 61), Brian Berenbach, Siemens Corporate Research, Inc., USA, Timo Wolf, Technical University Munich

A 3-Dimensional Relevance Model for Collaborative Software Engineering Spaces (Paper 90), Inah Omoronyia, John Ferguson, Marc Roper, Murray Wood, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow