|Welcome to the 2016 ISR Research Forum! This one-day event features seven faculty talks, two exciting keynote speakers from industry, an open house with visits to our research labs, a reception with posters, and more. Our goal is to foster and enhance relationships of many kinds with industry and between research groups. ISR research emphases span many areas, from collaboration technology, to software testing, to software architecture, and more. Impacts from our past projects have been many and highly significant: we hope you will join us as we look to the future and explore new ideas and new applications.|
|Richard N. Taylor, ISR Director|
The ISR Research Forum brings together researchers, leaders in industry, and technical practitioners in a multi-disciplinary environment to: discuss current research areas and technical trends in the fields of software development and interactive and collaborative technologies; showcase current ISR research; formulate visions on strategic future research and technological directions; and encourage interaction among academia and industry through exchange of ideas and sharing of experiences. A major goal is to encourage collaborative research and technology transition.
The program features the following faculty talks:
- "Simulating Cities: A Systems Design Perspective," Cristina Videira Lopes
- "Mobile App Security: Detection and Family Identification of the Malice in your Pocket," Sam Malek
- "Global Software Engineering: Industry and Research," David Redmiles
- "Reflections from a Decade of Expert Witness Engagements: A Software Engineering Perspective,"
Richard N. Taylor
- "Crowd Design," André van der Hoek
- "TIPPERS: A Test Bed to Explore IoT Privacy in Bren Hall," Nalini Venkatasubramanian
- "Studying the Quantified Workplace," Yiran Wang
Details are available on the program page.