In conjunction with Software Engineering 2018
Ulm, March 6, 2018
Scope of the workshop
In order to develop and deliver high-quality products to their customers, software companies have to adopt state-of-the-art software development processes. To face this challenge, companies are applying innovative methods, approaches and techniques like agile methods, DevOps, Continuous Delivery, test automation, infrastructure as code or container-based virtualization.
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Abstract: Dieses Projektkonzept schildert, wie Hochschulen mit Unternehmen Projekte mit Studierenden zu beidseitigem Gewinn durchführen können. Unternehmen profitieren durch Recruiting, Outsourcing und Innovation („ROI“), welche sich durch die Projekte ergeben. Hochschulen gewinnen neue Partner, verdienen an den Projekten und bieten attraktivere Lehre.
Keywords: Industrie-Hochschul-Kooperation, Forschungstransfer, Geschäftsmodell
Reference: Dirk Riehle. “Das Uni1 Projektkonzept (2016).” Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Dept. of Computer Science, Technical Report, CS-2016-04. Erlangen, Germany, 2016.
The paper is available as a local PDF file and also on FAU’s OPUS server.
See also the Uni1 website.
I’m at a loss over the recent reports on the requirement for all research publications to be open access by 2020. Open access means that the research papers are accessible openly without a fee. There are plenty of confusing if not outright wrong statements in the press, but I’m not so much concerned with poor journalism than with the actual proposed policies.
Sadly, I couldn’t find more than this one sentence on page 12 of the report linked to from the meetings website:
Delegations committed to open access to scientific publications as the option by default by 2020.
I’d like to understand what this means and then how this is supposed work. Specifically, I’d like to know how this is not going to either break free enterprise or make predatory publishers like Elsevier laugh all the way to the bank.
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