Panel topic: Research Assessment and Australasian Software Engineering
On Wednesday, June 5, the Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Information and Communication Technolgies, John Grundy, will chair a panel discussion on Research Assessment and Australasian Software Engineering. The panelists will reflect on recent research assessment exercises in Australia and New Zealand and discuss how the field of Software Engineering fared in these assessments, compared to other disciplines such as Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Information Systems, Science and Business. The panel will also discuss the relevance and implications of research assessment, both from the perspective of specific organizations as well as the broader Software Engineering community.
Registration to all ASWEC events is compulsory - please refer to http://aswec2013.ict.swin.edu.au/ for details.
David Carrington Award
Call for Nominations for the David Carrington Award for the best Australasian Software Engineering Education Paper is now open.
Provisional Conference Program Available
Provisional Conference Program is now available.
Registration is now available.
The ASWEC 2013 program committee would like to announce their sponsorship prospectus for ASWEC 2013 in Melbourne. The sponsorship prospectus outlines a wide range of opportunities for organisations, businesses, universities and interested parties to support the Australian and international software engineering community. These opportunities range from platinum to bronze sponsorship that will place your organisation in the forefront of the software engineering community at this conference. Please read the prospectus and consider how your organisation can be involved in this worthwhile event.