Schedule

 SundayMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday
07:30-09:00BreakfastBreakfastBreakfastBreakfastBreakfast
09:00-10:30Lecture 1Lecture 2Poster PresentationLecture 3Lecture 4
10:30-11:00BreakBreakBreakBreakBreak
11:00-12:30Lecture 1Lecture 2Poster PresentationLecture 3Hands-on for Lecture 4
12:30-14:00LunchLunchLunchLunchLunch
14:00-15:30Hands-on for Lecture 1Hands-on for Lecture 2ExcursionHands-on for Lecture 3Dismiss
15:30-16:00Check-inBreakBreakExcursionBreakBreak
16:00-17:00Check-inPanel 1Panel 2ExcursionPanel 3
19:00-21:00ReceptionDinnerDinnerExcursionDinner

Lecture 1: “Mining Software Repositories: Accomplishments and Challenges”
Ahmed E. Hassan (Queen’s University)

Lecture 2: “When history matters: using Software Repositories to address Source Code Provenance”
Daniel Morales German (University of Victoria)

Lecture 3: “Building on an unsound foundation: How release pipelines can impact our predictive models”
Shane McIntosh (McGill University)

Lecture 4: “Supporting the human aspects of software engineering”
Alberto Bacchelli (Delft University of Technology)

Panel 1: Topic “Publishing in MSR”
Ahmed E. Hassan, Daniel Morales German, Shane McIntosh, Alberto Bacchelli

Panel 2: Topic “Collaboration Setting”
Ahmed E. Hassan, Daniel Morales German, Shane McIntosh, Alberto Bacchelli

Panel 3: Topic“Academic Career”
Shane McIntosh, Alberto Bacchelli, Cor-Paul Bezemer, Akinori Ihara, Emad Shihab

Participant Poster Presentation

Participants will have the opportunity to present their work and get feedback from the school’s organizers, speakers, and participants. Posters in A0 or A1 size are preferred.