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What We Have Learned About Using Software Engineering Practices in Scientific & Engineering Software

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Presenter

Jeffrey Carver

Professor
Department of Computer Science
University of Alabama

Carver's Bio

Dr. Jeffrey Carver is a Professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Alabama. He earned his PhD in Computer Science from the University of Maryland. His main research interests include empirical software engineering, software engineering for science, software quality, human factors in software engineering, and software process improvement. He has been the primary organizer of the SE4Science workshop series (http://www.SE4Science.org) focused on Software Engineering and Computational Science. He is a Senior Member of the IEEE Computer Society and a Senior Member of the ACM.

Abstract

The increase in the importance of Scientific & Engineering Software motivates the need to identify and understand which software engineering (SE) practices are appropriate. Because of the uniqueness of the scientific & engineering software domain, existing SE tools and techniques developed for the business/IT community are often not efficient or effective. Appropriate SE solutions must account for the salient characteristics of the scientific & engineering software development environment. To identify these solutions, members of the SE community must interact with members of the scientific & engineering software community. This presentation will discuss the findings from a series of case studies of scientific & engineering software projects, an ongoing workshop series, and the results of interactions between my research group and scientific & engineering software projects.


Session details

When: 10:00 CST, September 27, 2017

Length of Session: One hour

Target Audience: Computational Science/Engineering Researchers and Developers.

Prerequisites: None.

Training and Reference Materials: http://www.SE4Science.org

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