TC2 on Software

> Objectives


The 3rd IFIP TC2 Summer School aims to present a wide variety of up-to-date software technology principles, to enhance the academic expertise of Computer Science and postgraduate students and academics. The tutorials are all given by experts in the field of Software: Theory and Practice, which is the scope of TC2. Several of the tutorials are adapted from postgraduate courses given at the speaker's university, or from material presented at conferences. The speakers are giving their services without payment, and are genuinely looking forward to interacting with students and lecturers.

> Programme: (revised 28 Nov)

NOTE: the registration fee include meals from Sunday dinner to Friday lunch


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evening
Sunday


Welcoming party and hotel dinner
Monday
Bass
Clements
Barbeque at the pool
Tuesday
Serra
Kazman
IFIP Ironman competition :-)
Wednesday
Kramer
Ghezzi
Formal dinner at Vergelegen
Thursday
Meyer
Horspool
Hotel dinner
Friday
Meyer
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    - See all the speakers' Biographies and all the Abstracts
 

 
Dr Len Bass
Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
Designing Software Architectures to Achieve Quality Attribute Requirements

 
Dr Paul Clements
Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
View-Oriented Representation of Software Architectures

 
Prof Carlo Ghezzi
Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Evolution of software composition mechanisms
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Prof Nigel Horspool
University of Victoria, Canada
Program Debugging and Profiling
Rick Kazman
 
Dr Rick Kazman
Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
The economics of software architecture design decisions

 
Prof Jeff Kramer
Imperial College, London
Model-based Design and Analysis of Concurrent and Distributed Programs

 
Prof Bertrand Meyer
ETH Zurich,
Switzerland
The Practice of Eiffel and Design by Contract

 
Prof Micaela Serra
University of Victoria, Canada
Hardware and Software Co-design

 > Registration for the Summer School

    - is available online until 15 November 2005.

> Location of the Summer School  and Accommodation

    - The school will be held in the relaxing and picturesque location of Gordon's Bay, at the Van Riebeeck Hotel & Conference Centre.
      All delegates will be accommodated in shared accommodation in the hotel or the apartments adjoining.

> Cost

    The School is being generously sponsored by IFIP, the NRF and Microsoft Research. The cost has therefore been set as a single, all inclusive rate for the entire week, which includes accommodation, meals, special events, airport transfers, notes, and conference facilities. There are also generous scholarships (see below). 
  SA Rand
Euros (approx)
     Inclusive rate
R4 000
510 euros
     Single supplement
R   900
180 euros

All attendees are responsible for their own travel costs to the School.

> Scholarships

     As at the 2002 Autumn School, we are able to give scholarships to students attending the school, thanks to our generous sponsors. The normal scholarship will be R2000. Students wishing to apply for scholarships should follow this procedure:

1. Only students in full-time study at a university in an African country may apply for a scholarship. Applications from lecturers at very needy institutions will also be considered. Part-time students cannot be funded.
2. Applications should include a full CV as well as a one page motivation explaining why you wish to attend the Summer School.
3. Applications should be submitted directly on email only to the organiser, Judith Bishop .
4. Scholarships will be allocated to deserving candidates while funds are available, up to the deadline of 31 October.
5. Scholarships will be used to offset the fee, and will not be paid out to attendees.
6. It is a condition of the sponsorship money that scholarships may not be paid to one country only.

> Credit Course

     By arrangement, the Summer School can be made a credit course with universities. Discussions with the organiser should be entered into timeously in this regard, but at least before 31 October 2005.


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