Accepted Papers (SEET) Track

Keynote
Armondo Fox will be giving the keynote presentation for SEET.

List of Accepted papers for Software Engineering Education and Training Track

Process Mining Software Repositories from Student Projects in an Undergraduate Software Engineering Course
Megha Mittal and Ashish Surekha
IIIT Delhi, India.

Quasi-Crowdsourcing Testing for Educational Projects
Zhenyu Chen and Bin Luo
Nanjing University, China.

An Inverted Classroom Experience: Engaging Students in Architectural Thinking for Agile Projects
Jane Cleland-Huang, Muhammad Ali Babar, and Mehdi Mirakhorli
Depaul University, United States; IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark; Depaul University, United States.

State-based Monitoring and Goal-driven Project Steering: Field Study of the SEMAT Essence Framework
Cecile Peraire and Todd Sedano
Carnegie Mellon University, United States.

Knowledge Transfer in Collaborative Teams: Experiences from a Two-Week Code Camp
Terhi Kilamo, Antti Nieminen, Janne Lautamki, Timo Aho, Johannes Koskinen, Jarmo Palviainen, and Tommi Mikkonen.
Tampere University of Technology, Finland.

Towards a Supercollaborative Software Engineering MOOC
William Billingsley and Jim R. H. Steel
NICTA, Australia; The University of Queensland, Australia.

Teaching Students to Understand Large Programs by Understanding Historical Context
Collin McMillan and Richard Oosterhoff
University of Notre Dame, United States.

Investigating the Skill Gap Between Graduating Students and Industry Expectations
Alex Radermacher, Gursimran Walia, and Dean Knudson.
North Dakota State University, United States.

Lessons Learned Managing Distributed Software Engineering Courses
Reid Holmes, Michelle Craig, Karen Reid, and Eleni Stroulia
University of Waterloo, Canada; University of Toronto, Canada; University of Toronto, Canada; University of Alberta, Canada.

Functional Programming For All! Scaling a MOOC for Students and Professionals Alike
Heather Miller, Philipp Haller, Lukas Rytz, and Martin Odersky.
EPFL, Switzerland; Typesafe, Switzerland; EPFL, Switzerland; EPFL, Switzerland.

Quantitative Assessment with Using Ticket Driven Development for Teaching Scrum Framework
Hiroshi Igaki, Naoki Fukuyasu, Sachio Saiki, Shinsuke Matsumoto, Shinji Kusumoto.
Osaka University, Japan; Wakayama University, Japan; Kobe University, Japan; Kobe University, Japan; Osaka University, Japan.

Introduction of Continuous Delivery in Multi-Customer Project Courses
Stephan Krusche and Lukas Alperowitz
Technische Universitaet Muenchen, Germany.

Comparing Test Quality Measures for Assessing Student-written Tests
Stephen H. Edwards and Zalia Shams
Virginia Tech, United States.

Deploying an Online Software Engineering Education Program in a Globally Distributed Organization
John Hudepohl, Alpana Dubey, Sylvie Moisy, Jessica Thompson, and Hans-Martin Niederer.
ABB Technology Ltd., Switzerland, ABB GISL, India; ABB France, France; TimelyText Inc, United States; SynSpace Inc, Switzerland.

Teaching Reuse-driven Software Engineering Through Innovative Role Playing
Gerald Kotonya and Jaejoon Lee.
Lancaster University, United Kingdom.

Scenario-based programming: Reducing the cognitive load, fostering abstract thinking
Giora Alexandron, Michal Armoni, Michal Gordon, and David Harel.
The Weizmann institute of Science, Israel.

A Compiler Project with Learning Progressions
Derek Rayside.
University of Waterloo, Canada.

Teaching Students Scrum using LEGO blocks
Maria Paasivaara, Ville T. Heikkil, Casper Lassenius, and Towo Toivola.
Aalto University, Finland; Aalto University, Finland; Aalto University, Finland; F-Secure Corp, Finland.