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ICSE 2021
Mon 17 May - Fri 4 June 2021

At ICSE 2021, the Software Engineering Education and Training (SEET) track is proudly joining forces with the Conference on Software Engineering Education and Training (CSEE&T) to bring you the Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training (JSEET). Our hope with this unification is to offer a seamless, expanded, and richer experience to both communities.

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Tue 25 May
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12:05 - 13:05
12:05
20m
Experience report
GitHub-OSS Fixit: Fixing bugs at scale in a Software Engineering CourseJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Shin Hwei TanSouthern University of Science and Technology, Chunfeng HuSouthern University of Science and Technology, Ziqiang LiSouthern University of Science and Technology, Xiaowen ZhangSouthern University of Science and Technology, Ying ZhouSouthern University of Science and Technology
Pre-print
12:25
20m
Experience report
Learning Software Quality Assurance with BricksJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Miguel Ehécatl Morales TrujilloUniversity of Canterbury
Pre-print
12:45
20m
Experience report
Assessing the Students' Understanding and their Mistakes in Code Review Checklists -An Experience Report of 1,791 Code Review Checklists from 394 StudentsJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Chun Yong ChongMonash University, Patanamon ThongtanunamUniversity of Melbourne, Chakkrit TantithamthavornMonash University
Pre-print

Wed 26 May
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12:55 - 13:55
12:55
20m
Experience report
Teaching the Scrum Master Role using Professional Agile Coaches and Communities of PracticeJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Maria PaasivaaraLUT University, Finland & IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark & Aalto University, Finland
Pre-print
13:15
20m
Experience report
Teaching Model-based Requirements Engineering to Industry Professionals: An Experience ReportJSEETBest Paper JSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Marian DaunUniversity of Duisburg-Essen, Jennifer Bringspaluno – The Ruhr Institute for Software Technology, University of Duisburg-Essen, Marcel GogerSchaeffler AG, Walter KochSchaeffler AG, Thorsten WeyerUniversity of Duisburg-Essen
Pre-print
13:35
20m
Experience report
Supporting Real Demands in Software Engineering with a Four Steps Project-Based Learning ApproachJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Pre-print
20:40 - 21:40
2.2. Institutional Strategies to SE Education IJSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training at SEET Room
20:40
20m
Experience report
Structuring a Comprehensive Software Security Course Around the OWASP Application Security Verification StandardJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Sarah ElderNorth Carolina State University, Nusrat ZahanNorth Carolina State University, Val KozarevNorth Carolina State University, Tim MenziesNorth Carolina State University, Rui ShuNorth Carolina State University, Laurie WilliamsNorth Carolina State University
Pre-print
21:00
20m
Experience report
Exponential Competence of Computer Science and Software Engineering Undergraduate StudentsJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Orit HazzanTechnion - Israel Institute of Technology
21:20
20m
Short-paper
"Is My Mic On?" Preparing SE Students for Collaborative Remote Work and Hybrid Team CommunicationJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Makayla MosterClemson University, Denae FordMicrosoft Research, Paige RodegheroClemson University
Pre-print

Thu 27 May
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10:00 - 11:00
10:00
20m
Research paper
Effectiveness of Peer Review in Teaching and Learning User Centered Conceptual Design Among Large Cohorts of Information Technology StudentsJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Farshid AnvariMacquarie University, Hien Minh Thi TranMinh Hien Pty Ltd, Deborah RichardsMacquarie University
Pre-print
10:20
20m
Research paper
Reforming Assessment: Challenges Beyond DesignJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Laura TubinoDeakin University, Jean-Guy SchneiderDeakin University, Andrew CainDeakin University, Dhananjay ThiruvadyDeakin University, Chathu RanaweeraDeakin University
Pre-print
10:40
20m
Demonstration
Gradeer: An Open-Source Modular Hybrid GraderJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Benjamin CleggThe University of Sheffield, Maria-Cruz Villa-UriolUniversity of Sheffield, Phil McMinnThe University of Sheffield, Gordon FraserUniversity of Passau
Pre-print
11:50 - 12:50
11:50
20m
Research paper
Grading 600+ students: A Case Study on Peer and Self GradingJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Maurício AnicheDelft University of Technology, Frank MulderDelft University of Technology, Felienne HermansLeiden University
Pre-print
12:10
20m
Experience report
Enhancing the Learning of Database Access Programming using Continuous Integration and Aspect Oriented ProgrammingJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Beatriz PérezUniversidad de La Rioja
Pre-print
12:30
20m
Experience report
Mutation testing and self/peer assessment: analyzing their effect on students in a software testing courseJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Pedro Delgado-PérezUniversidad de Cádiz, Inmaculada Medina-BuloUniversidad de Cádiz, Miguel Ángel Álvarez-GarcíaUniversidad de Cádiz, Kevin Jesús Valle-GómezUniversidad de Cádiz
Pre-print
15:05 - 16:05
15:05
20m
Research paper
Constructive Master's Thesis Work in Industry: Guidelines for Applying Design Science ResearchJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Eric KnaussChalmers | University of Gothenburg
Pre-print
15:25
20m
Research paper
Onboarding in Software Product Lines: Concept Maps as Welcome GuidesJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Maider AzanzaUniversity of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU), Arantza IrastorzaUniversity of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU), Raul MedeirosUniversity of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU), Oscar DiazUniversity of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU)
Pre-print
15:45
20m
Experience report
Improving Concept Learning Through Specialized Digital FanzinesJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
José Manuel Redondo LópezUniversidad de Oviedo
Pre-print
16:30 - 17:40
16:30
10m
Awards
JSEET Best Paper Award - Teaching Model-based Requirements Engineering to Industry Professionals: An Experience Report
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Marian DaunUniversity of Duisburg-Essen, Jennifer Bringspaluno – The Ruhr Institute for Software Technology, University of Duisburg-Essen, Marcel GogerSchaeffler AG, Walter KochSchaeffler AG, Thorsten WeyerUniversity of Duisburg-Essen
16:40
60m
Keynote
David Garlan's Keynote: "Reflections on the Role of Software Architecture in Software Engineering Education"Keynote
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
David GarlanCarnegie Mellon University, USA
20:50 - 21:50
20:50
20m
Experience report
Qualifying Software Engineers Undergraduates in DevOps - Challenges of introducing technical and non-technical concepts in a project-oriented courseJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Isaque AlvesUniversity of Brasilia (UnB), Carla Silva Rocha Aguiarunb
Pre-print
21:10
20m
Research paper
The Diversity of Gamification Evaluation in the Software Engineering Education and Industry: Trends, Comparisons and GapsJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Rodrigo MonteiroUFPA - Federal University of Pará, Mauricio SouzaUFLA - Federal University of Lavras, Sandro OliveiraUFPA - Federal University of Pará, Carlos PortelaUFPA - Federal University of Pará, Cesar LobatoUFPA - Federal University of Pará
Pre-print
21:30
20m
Short-paper
An Inquisitive Code Editor for Addressing Novice Programmers' Misconceptions of Program BehaviorJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Austin HenleyUniversity of Tennessee, Julian BallUniversity of Tennessee, Benjamin KleinUniversity of Tennessee, Aiden RutterUniversity of Tennessee, Dylan LeeUniversity of Tennessee
Pre-print

Fri 28 May
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10:00 - 11:00
4.1. Institutional Strategies to SE Education IIJSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training at SEET Room
10:00
20m
Research paper
Is Secure Coding Education in the Industry Needed? An Investigation Through a Large Scale SurveyJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Tiago Espinha GasibaSiemens AG, Ulrike LechnerUniversität der Bundeswehr München, Maria Pinto-AlbuquerqueIscte, Instituto Universitário de Lisboa, Portugal, Daniel MendezBlekinge Institute of Technology
Pre-print
10:20
20m
Experience report
To get good student ratings you should only teach programming courses? Investigation and implications of student evaluations of teaching in a software engineering contextJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Antti KnutasLUT University, Timo HynninenSouth-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences (XAMK), Maija HujalaLUT University
Pre-print
10:40
20m
Research paper
Morning or Evening? An Examination of Circadian Rhythms of CS1 StudentsJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Albina ZavgorodniaiaAalto University, Raj ShresthaUtah State University, Juho LeinonenUniversity of Helsinki, Arto HellasAalto University, John EdwardsUtah State University
Pre-print
15:05 - 16:25
15:05
20m
Research paper
Finding Anomalies in Scratch AssignmentsJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Nina KörberUniversity of Passau, Katharina GeldreichTechnical University of Munich, Andreas StahlbauerUniversity of Passau, Gordon FraserUniversity of Passau
Pre-print
15:25
20m
Experience report
How do students test software units?JSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Lex BijlsmaOpen Universiteit, Niels DoornNHL Stenden University of Applied Sciences, Harrie PassierOpen University of the Netherlands, The Netherlands, Harold PootjesOpen Universiteit, Sylvia StuurmanOpen University NL
Pre-print
15:45
20m
Research paper
SQLRepair: Identifying and Repairing Mistakes in Student-Authored SQL QueriesJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Kai Presler-MarshallNorth Carolina State University, Sarah HeckmanNorth Carolina State University, Kathryn StoleeNorth Carolina State University
DOI Pre-print
16:05
20m
Demonstration
LitterBox: A Linter for Scratch ProgramsJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Gordon FraserUniversity of Passau, Ute HeuerUniversität Passau, Nina KörberUniversity of Passau, Florian ObermüllerUniversity of Passau, Ewald WasmeierUniversity of Passau
Pre-print
19:30 - 20:30
19:30
20m
Research paper
Who Does What? Work Division and Allocation Strategies of Computer Science Student TeamsJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Anna van der MeulenLeiden University, Efthimia AivaloglouUniversity of Leiden
Pre-print
19:50
20m
Research paper
Assessment of a hybrid software development process for student projects: a controlled experimentJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Rafal WlodarskiLodz University of Technology, Jean-Rémy FalleriUniv. Bordeaux, Bordeaux INP, CNRS, LaBRI. Institut Universitaire de France., Corinne ParvéryBordeaux INP
Pre-print
20:10
20m
Demonstration
Bluejay: A Cross-Tooling Audit Framework For Agile Software TeamsJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
César GarcíaUniversity of Sevilla, Alejandro GuerreroUniversity of Seville, Joshua ZeitsoffUniversity of California, Berkeley, Srujay KorlakuntaUniversity of California, Berkeley, Pablo FernandezUniversity of Seville, Armando FoxUniversity of California, Berkeley, Antonio Ruiz-CortésUniversity of Seville
Pre-print

Call for Papers

Educating the Next Generation of Software Engineers

In 2021, ICSE’s Software Engineering Education and Training (SEET) Track is joining forces with the Conference on Software Engineering Education and Training (CSEE&T) to bring you the Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training (JSEET). To prepare for the future and bring the two communities together, JSEET will focus on “Educating the Next Generation of Software Engineers.”

Millennials and Generation Z have been dominating higher education programs for some time. In a decade, our classes will be hosting Generation Alpha. We have all noticed that these cohorts have unique needs and different learning styles, social behaviors, and skills. With their increasing mobility, our classes will become more and more diverse. Our students will become increasingly collaborative, socially aware, tech-savvy, multi-disciplinary, and interested in emerging technologies. How shall the software industry capitalize on the mix of qualities that the new breed of software engineers will possess? How shall software engineering educators effectively and equitably cater to the students’, society’s, and industry’s evolving and diverse interests while ensuring that the next generation of software engineers learn the timeless principles, have a firm grounding in both software engineering theory and practice, behave responsibly, and make a positive contribution to the society?

JSEET seeks contributions in multiple categories on all aspects of learning and teaching software engineering. We are in particular interested in contributions addressing JSEET’s theme or discussing the implications of their topic on JSEET’s theme. Regardless of their topic, contributions should recognize the distinction between general computer science education and software engineering education, between a programmer and a software engineer, and between writing code and engineering a software system. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Foundational research on software engineering skills
  • Methods of teaching software engineering skills
  • Methods of evaluating, assessing, and measuring software engineering skills
  • Evaluations of teaching and assessment methods in software engineering
  • Empirical studies describing software engineering education contexts
  • Learning technologies and tools that support software engineering education and training
  • Automated evaluation of software engineering skills
  • Role of soft skills (communication, collaboration, teamwork, organization, negotiation, conflict management) for software engineers
  • Studies of equity, diversity, and inclusion in software engineering education and training
  • Onboarding and on-the-job training of software engineers
  • Continuing education of software engineers
  • Extra-curricular training of software engineering students (e.g., through hackathons, bootcamps)
  • Certification of software engineers
  • Software engineering body of knowledge
  • Role of culture and gender in software engineering education and training
  • Use of online sources for software engineering education
  • Encouraging software engineering education in K-12 programs
Submission Categories
  • Research Papers (max 10 pages, plus up to 2 pages for references)—A research paper must address a topic related to software engineering and education using appropriate research techniques and proper scholarly writing. Negative and mixed findings are acceptable. Papers in this category will be evaluated against these criteria:
    • Relevance: to what extent the submission is relevant to JSEET and its theme;
    • Soundness: how well the paper’s contributions are supported by rigorous application of appropriate research methods and whether the paper discusses meaningfully the research methods’ limitations and threats to the validity of the findings;
    • Significance: the extent to which the paper is well-motivated and its contributions are original and important, with respect to the existing literature on software engineering education and training;
    • Verifiability: the extent to which the paper includes sufficient information to support independent verification or replication of the paper’s claimed contributions;
    • Presentation: the extent to which the paper’s organization and quality of writing is up to the standard: the paper is well-structured, employs clear and correct scholarly language, avoids ambiguity, includes clearly readable figures and tables, and is appropriately formatted.
       
  • Experience Reports (max 9 pages, plus up to 1 page for references)—An experience report provides anecdotal evidence by describing an experience related to software engineering education and training (typically a course, a teaching or training technique or strategy, or an assessment method) and interprets the experience in terms of actionable advice and lessons learned, but does not need to evaluate it or use rigorous research methods to support its claims. Negative and mixed findings are acceptable. Papers in this category will be evaluated against these criteria:
    • Relevance: to what extent the submission is relevant to JSEET and its theme;
    • Significance: the extent to which the described experience is important with respect to the current state of software engineering education and training;
    • Actionability: the extent to which the paper provides actionable advice with clear take-away messages;
    • Lessons: the extent to which the paper meaningfully discusses lessons learned in terms of what went right, what went wrong, and what could be improved if the experience is repeated.
    • Presentation: the extent to which the paper’s organization and quality of writing is up to the standard: the paper is well-structured, employs clear and correct language, avoids ambiguity, includes clearly readable figures and tables, and is appropriately formatted.
       
  • Idea Papers (max 5 pages, plus 1 page of references)—An idea paper must present a new software engineering education and training idea with a proposed formal evaluation strategy, possibly with some preliminary or informal results. This track gives the authors the opportunity to get feedback on their idea before formally embarking on the proposed research. Papers in this category will be evaluated against these criteria:
    • Relevance: to what extent the submission is relevant to JSEET and its theme;
    • Soundness: to what extent the proposed research methods are appropriate to evaluate the proposed idea, and if present, the preliminary results are meaningful and promising;
    • Significance: the extent to which the idea is original, well-motivated, and has the potential to impact software engineering education and training;
    • Presentation: the extent to which the paper’s organization and quality of writing is up to the standard: the paper is well-structured, employs clear and correct scholarly language, avoids ambiguity, includes clearly readable figures and tables, and is appropriately formatted.
       
  • Tool Papers (max 5 pages, plus 1 page of references)—A tool paper describes a tool or technology that supports software engineering education and training. Papers in this category should discuss the impact of the tool on the learning process. A tool paper can optionally be accompanied by a short video (not exceeding five minutes) demonstrating the tool’s main functionality (if you use this option, please provide the link at the end of the abstract). Papers in this category will be evaluated against these criteria:
    • Relevance: to what extent the submission is relevant to JSEET and its theme;
    • Significance: the extent to which the tool or technology is original and addressing a real need with respect to the existing technological landscape in software engineering education and training;
    • Maturity: the extent to which the tool or technology is mature enough to be presented at ICSE;
    • Availability: whether the tool or technology is available online, open-sourced, or on a trial basis and the extent to which it can be evaluated by potential users;
    • Presentation: the extent to which the paper’s organization and quality of writing is up to the standard: the paper is well-structured, employs clear and correct language, avoids ambiguity, includes clearly readable figures and tables, and is appropriately formatted.
       
  • SEENG Workshop Position Papers (max 4 pages containing a position statement, plus a single page with the author’s profile and references)—The Workshop on Software Engineering Education and Training for the Next Generation will be an interactive event intended to specifically support JSEET’s theme. We strongly encourage submitters to other JSEET categories to also submit to the SEENG Workshop. We also encourage stakeholders other than software engineering educators—students, recent graduates, employers, and representatives of STEM education from government and non-government organizations —to submit. Accepted position papers will be published in the ICSE Companion Proceedings. SEENG submissions will follow the ICSE Workshops schedule. Contributions in this category will be evaluated against these criteria:
    • Relevance: extent to which the submission is relevant to JSEET’s theme;
    • Profile: potential of the author to contribute to the workshop’s goals and help it be successful;
    • Significance: potential of the author’s position to impact the education and training of the next generation of software engineers;
    • Clarity: clarity of the author’s position.

JSEET submissions should not exceed their respective category limit, including all text, figures, tables, and appendices. Up to two additional pages containing only references are permitted for certain categories. Please check the category page limits carefully. The page limits are strict and non-compliance will result in a desk reject.

All submissions must conform to the IEEE Conference Proceedings Formatting Guidelines (title in 24pt font and full text in 10pt type, LaTEX users must use \documentclass[10pt,conference]{IEEEtran} without including the compsoc or compsocconf option).

By submitting to this track, authors acknowledge that they are aware of and agree to be bound by the ACM Policy and Procedures on Plagiarism (https://www.acm.org/publications/policies/plagiarism) and the IEEE Plagiarism FAQ (https://www.ieee.org/publications/rights/plagiarism/plagiarism-faq.html). In particular, papers submitted to ICSE 2021 must not have been published elsewhere and must not be under review or submitted for review elsewhere whilst under consideration for ICSE 2021. Contravention of this concurrent submission policy will be deemed a serious breach of scientific ethics, and appropriate action will be taken in all such cases. To check for double submission and plagiarism issues, the chairs reserve the right to (1) share the list of submissions with the PC Chairs of other conferences with overlapping review periods and (2) use external plagiarism detection software, under contract to the ACM or IEEE, to detect violations of these policies. By submitting to this track, authors acknowledge that they conform to the authorship policy of the ACM (https://www.acm.org/publications/policy-on-authorship), and the authorship policy of the IEEE (https://journals.ieeeauthorcenter.ieee.org/become-an-ieee-journal-author/publishing-ethics/definition-of-authorship/).

Accepted contributions will be published in the ICSE 2021 Proceedings and Companion Proceedings, as well as in the ACM and IEEE digital libraries. The official publication date of the proceedings is the date the proceedings are made available in the ACM Digital Library. This date may be up to two weeks prior to the first day of the conference. The official publication date affects the deadline for any patent filings related to published work.

All submissions will follow a single-blinded review process (reviewers will be anonymous to the authors). Therefore submission should not take any precautions to obscure the identities of the authors.

Important Dates—Research Papers, Experience Reports, Idea Papers, Tool Papers
  • JSEET Submissions Deadline: 18 October 2020
  • JSEET Acceptance Notification: 15 January 2021
  • JSEET Camera Ready: 12 February 2021
Important Dates—SEENG Workshop Position Papers
  • SEENG Workshop Website Online: 23 November 2020
  • SEENG Abstracts Deadline: 15 January 2021
  • SEENG Submissions Deadline: 22 January 2021
  • SEENG Acceptance Notification: 22 February 2021
  • SEENG Camera Ready: 12 March 2021

All contributions must be submitted to EasyChair at:

https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=icsejseet2021

Please make sure to choose the right submission sub-track and category when submitting. All submissions, except SEENG Workshop Position Papers, must be submitted to the ICSE-JSEET 2021 sub-track. SEENG Workshop Position Papers must be submitted to the JSEET 2021 SEENG Workshop sub-track.

Conference Attendance Expectation

If a submission is accepted, at least one author of the paper is required to register for and attend the full 3-day technical conference and present the paper. The presentation is expected to be delivered in person, unless this is impossible due to travel limitations (related to, e.g., health, visa, or COVID-19 prevention).

Accepted Papers

Title
"Is My Mic On?" Preparing SE Students for Collaborative Remote Work and Hybrid Team CommunicationJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Pre-print
An Inquisitive Code Editor for Addressing Novice Programmers' Misconceptions of Program BehaviorJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Pre-print
Assessing the Students' Understanding and their Mistakes in Code Review Checklists -An Experience Report of 1,791 Code Review Checklists from 394 StudentsJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Pre-print
Assessment of a hybrid software development process for student projects: a controlled experimentJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Pre-print
Bluejay: A Cross-Tooling Audit Framework For Agile Software TeamsJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Pre-print
Constructive Master's Thesis Work in Industry: Guidelines for Applying Design Science ResearchJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Pre-print
David Garlan's Keynote: "Reflections on the Role of Software Architecture in Software Engineering Education"Keynote
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Effectiveness of Peer Review in Teaching and Learning User Centered Conceptual Design Among Large Cohorts of Information Technology StudentsJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Pre-print
Enhancing the Learning of Database Access Programming using Continuous Integration and Aspect Oriented ProgrammingJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Pre-print
Exponential Competence of Computer Science and Software Engineering Undergraduate StudentsJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Finding Anomalies in Scratch AssignmentsJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Pre-print
GitHub-OSS Fixit: Fixing bugs at scale in a Software Engineering CourseJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Pre-print
Gradeer: An Open-Source Modular Hybrid GraderJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Pre-print
Grading 600+ students: A Case Study on Peer and Self GradingJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Pre-print
How do students test software units?JSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Pre-print
Improving Concept Learning Through Specialized Digital FanzinesJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Pre-print
Is Secure Coding Education in the Industry Needed? An Investigation Through a Large Scale SurveyJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Pre-print
Learning Software Quality Assurance with BricksJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Pre-print
LitterBox: A Linter for Scratch ProgramsJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Pre-print
Morning or Evening? An Examination of Circadian Rhythms of CS1 StudentsJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Pre-print
Mutation testing and self/peer assessment: analyzing their effect on students in a software testing courseJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Pre-print
Onboarding in Software Product Lines: Concept Maps as Welcome GuidesJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Pre-print
Qualifying Software Engineers Undergraduates in DevOps - Challenges of introducing technical and non-technical concepts in a project-oriented courseJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Pre-print
Reforming Assessment: Challenges Beyond DesignJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Pre-print
SQLRepair: Identifying and Repairing Mistakes in Student-Authored SQL QueriesJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
DOI Pre-print
Structuring a Comprehensive Software Security Course Around the OWASP Application Security Verification StandardJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Pre-print
Supporting Real Demands in Software Engineering with a Four Steps Project-Based Learning ApproachJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Pre-print
Teaching Model-based Requirements Engineering to Industry Professionals: An Experience ReportJSEETBest Paper JSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Pre-print
Teaching the Scrum Master Role using Professional Agile Coaches and Communities of PracticeJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Pre-print
The Diversity of Gamification Evaluation in the Software Engineering Education and Industry: Trends, Comparisons and GapsJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Pre-print
To get good student ratings you should only teach programming courses? Investigation and implications of student evaluations of teaching in a software engineering contextJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Pre-print
Who Does What? Work Division and Allocation Strategies of Computer Science Student TeamsJSEET
JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training
Pre-print

About Proceedings

  • Your paper must be formatted according to the instructions at https://www.ieee.org/conferences/publishing/templates.html. Validation of the paper formatting will be part of the submission process.
  • The given page limits are strict. It is not possible to buy extra pages.
  • The list of authors (names, emails, affiliations, order) is not allowed to be changed after notification. If a correction is needed (e.g., because the author name was misspelled), the track/event chairs need to approve the change. The authors should also notify the track/event chairs if the author list in HotCrp/EasyChair data about the paper is not identical to the author list in initial-submission pdf (not relevant for tracks with double-blind process).
  • In the next days, you will be contacted by the publisher (IEEE CPS) with the instructions and link where to submit the camera-ready version of your paper (please do not submit it to HotCrp/EasyChair and wait for the instructions). As part of the process, you will also need to submit your IEEE copyright (before you complete your final paper submission). So please read the instructions carefully immediately after it arrives.
  • At least one of the paper's authors must register to the conference by the due date stated in the corresponding track; specifying the unique Paper ID, assigned to each paper by IEEE CPS publishing vendor and sent to you when inviting you to submit the camera ready version of your paper.
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University of LeidenNetherlands
King Saud UniversitySaudi Arabia
University of Brasilia (UnB)Brazil
Delft University of TechnologyNetherlands
Macquarie UniversityAustralia
University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU)Spain
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University of TennesseeUnited States
Open UniversiteitNetherlands
University of New EnglandAustralia
DIKU, University of CopenhagenDenmark
University of Zagreb, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and ComputingCroatia
paluno – The Ruhr Institute for Software Technology, University of Duisburg-EssenGermany
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Lancaster University, UKUnited Kingdom
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Deakin UniversityAustralia
Monash UniversityMalaysia
The University of SheffieldUnited Kingdom
University of A Coruña/ Vrije Universiteit AmsterdamSpain
Chalmers University of TechnologySweden
D
Carnegie Mellon University, USA
University of Duisburg-EssenGermany
University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU)Spain
NHL Stenden University of Applied SciencesNetherlands
E
Utah State UniversityUnited States
North Carolina State UniversityUnited States
Carnegie Mellon UniversityUnited States
F
Univ. Bordeaux, Bordeaux INP, CNRS, LaBRI. Institut Universitaire de France.France
University of SevilleSpain
Microsoft ResearchUnited States
University of California, BerkeleyUnited States
University of PassauGermany
G
University of SevillaSpain
Carnegie Mellon University, USAUnited States
Technical University of MunichGermany
Schaeffler AGGermany
University of SevilleSpain
Tokyo Gakugei UniversityJapan
Technion - Israel Institute of TechnologyIsrael
North Carolina State UniversityUnited States
Aalto UniversityFinland
University of TennesseeUnited States
Leiden UniversityNetherlands
Universität PassauGermany
Southern University of Science and TechnologyChina
LUT UniversityFinland
South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences (XAMK)Finland
I
University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU)Spain
J
Norwegian University of Science and TechnologyNorway
University of Texas at AustinUnited States
K
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
University of TennesseeUnited States
Chalmers | University of GothenburgSweden
LUT UniversityFinland
Schaeffler AGGermany
University of California, BerkeleyUnited States
North Carolina State UniversityUnited States
Technische Universität MünchenGermany
University of PassauGermany
University of PassauGermany
L
Universität der Bundeswehr MünchenGermany
University of TennesseeUnited States
University of HelsinkiFinland
Conservatoire National des Arts et MétiersFrance
Southern University of Science and TechnologyChina
UFPA - Federal University of ParáBrazil
M
University of Limerick and Lero - The Irish Software Research Centre Ireland
The University of SheffieldUnited Kingdom
Carnegie Mellon UniversityUnited States
University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU)Spain
Blekinge Institute of TechnologySweden
North Carolina State UniversityUnited States
UFPA - Federal University of ParáBrazil
Universidad Politécnica de MadridSpain
Clemson UniversityUnited States
Delft University of TechnologyNetherlands
N
University of California, IrvineUnited States
O
University of PassauGermany
UFPA - Federal University of ParáBrazil
IRISA (UMR CNRS) - Univ. Bretagne-Sud (UBS)France
P
LUT University, Finland & IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark & Aalto University, FinlandFinland
Open University of the Netherlands, The NetherlandsNetherlands
University of Texas at DallasUnited States
Carnegie Mellon University Silicon Valley
Federal University of Pará
Iscte, Instituto Universitário de Lisboa, PortugalPortugal
Open UniversiteitNetherlands
University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa
UFPA - Federal University of ParáBrazil
North Carolina State UniversityUnited States
Universidad de La RiojaSpain
Deakin UniversityAustralia
Macquarie UniversityAustralia
Clemson UniversityUnited States
University of TennesseeUnited States
S
University Carlos III of MadridSpain
Deakin UniversityAustralia
Eindhoven University of TechnologyNetherlands
Utah State UniversityUnited States
North Carolina State UniversityUnited States
UFLA - Federal University of LavrasBrazil
University of PassauGermany
University of EdinburghUnited Kingdom
North Carolina State UniversityUnited States
Open University NLNetherlands
The University of AdelaideAustralia
Southern University of Science and TechnologyChina
State University of New York at OswegoUnited States
Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain
Deakin UniversityAustralia
University of MelbourneAustralia
Minh Hien Pty LtdAustralia
Deakin UniversityAustralia
Bilkent UniversityTurkey
University of Málaga, SpainSpain
Leiden UniversityNetherlands
Vrije Universiteit AmsterdamNetherlands
University of SheffieldUnited Kingdom
Universidad de Castilla - La ManchaSpain
Technical University of MunichGermany
University of PassauGermany
Federal University of Rio de JaneiroBrazil
University of Duisburg-EssenGermany
North Carolina State UniversityUnited States
Lodz University of TechnologyPoland
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University of Oregon
Z
North Carolina State UniversityUnited States
University of California, BerkeleyUnited States
Southern University of Science and TechnologyChina
Southern University of Science and TechnologyChina