Please be reminded about the January 11th, 2019, paper submission deadline for the second workshop on innovative software engineering at the German software engineering conference (SE 2019) in Stuttgart. It is a great place to meet like-minded researchers and practitioners of software engineering and its education in Germany.
The Chair for Economic Policy (Prof. Andreas Freytag) at the Friedrich-Schiller-University and the Max Planck Institute of Econonics, Jena, Germany, are organizing a workshop on “open source, innovation, and entrepreneurship.” It takes place next week, on Jan 14, 2010. It used to be a private, invitation-only workshop, but the organizers decided to open it up to the general public.
The workshop program (PDF) consists mainly of invited speakers from economics and related departments around the world; I guess it is more of a small symposium than a workshop in any way. I’ll be giving the closing keynote of the event talking about “why open source is hard for closed source vendors.”
Participation is free but you’ll have to cover your travel and accommodation costs, if any. If you are interested in participating, please contact Sebastian von Engelhardt.
It is no big news that open source research has been growing strongly in recent years. However, the recent string of conference and workshop announcements is just amazing. Here is a short run-down of what reached me the last two weeks:
- 10.-12.02.2010: Workshop on the Future of Research on Free/Open Source Software (FOSS)
- 08.05.2010: 2010 ICSE workshop on FLOSS
- 31.05.-01.06.2010: (F/L/)OSS 2010
- 01.-02.07.2010: Fourth F/LOSS Workshop
These are all international academic/research open source research events!
For your information, a workshop on photographing technical conferences.
Photography Workshop at OOPSLA 2008
Photographing a technical conference well is not a matter of point and shoot, nor is it about taking pictures to share with friends and family. The time is ripe for more serious photojournalism to capture our community’s leaders, its activities, and its human face, and for the use of artistry to tell stories and get people thinking.
In this workshop you will learn basic technical and aesthetic techniques for good photography and good conference photography in particular, and you will practice these techniques during OOPSLA. Work will be critiqued using an artists’ workshop process to enable you to continue learning and improving after the workshop. Participants will attend a full-day of lectures and interactive learning activities as well as photograph Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday with short, early morning artists’ workshops on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.
You can find out more information here: http://dreamsongs.com/Feyerabend/Extravagaria2008.html
Richard P. Gabriel and Kevin Sullivan