Helen Sharp

Registered user since Fri 28 Apr 2017

Name: Helen Sharp

Bio: Helen Sharp is Professor of Software Engineering at the Open University, UK. Her research investigates professional software practice with a focus on human and social aspects of software development and she has been studying agile practice since 2000. Sharp has led multi-disciplinary research projects into software practice with partners in the UK and abroad, and conducts her research exclusively in-situ with software practitioners in their industrial context. Sharp is joint author of one of the leading HCI textbooks, Interaction Design now in its 5th edition. She is also on the editorial board for EMSE and JSS, and serves on the Advisory Board for IEEE Software.

Country: United Kingdom

Affiliation: The Open University

Personal website: http://www.open.ac.uk/people/hcs2

Research interests: Human and social aspects of software engineering

Contributions

ESEC/FSE 2020 Author of Taking the Middle Path: Learning About Security Through Online Social Interaction within the Journal First-track
ICSE 2021 Committee Member in Program Committee within the Technical Track-track
ICSE 2020 Programme Committee in Program Committee within the Technical Papers-track
ICSE 2019 Author of Opening Ceremonies within the Plenary-track
Session Chair of Managing Variation: An Industrial Perspective on Product Line Engineering (part of Plenary)
Author of An Anatomy of Security Conversations in Stack Overflow within the Software Engineering in Society-track
SEIP Chair in Organizing Committee
Author of IEEE Software Best Software Engineering in Practice Award within the Plenary-track
SEIP Chair in Program Committee within the Software Engineering in Practice-track
* ICSE 2018 * Committee Member in Program committee within the SEIP - Software Engineering in Practice-track
Committee Member in DS Program committee within the DS - Doctoral Symposium -track
SPLASH 2015 Author of The Role of Ethnography in Programming Language Research: Developer-Centered Design of Languages and Tools within the Tutorials-track