We won the Best Paper award for "Visualisation Techniques to Support Derivation Tasks in Software Product Line Development" authored by Nestor D., O'Malley L., Healy P., Quigley A., Thiel S., at the IBM CAS Software and Systems Engineering Symposium 2007.
The IBM Centre for Advanced Studies Dublin Symposium 2007 Wednesday on October 24th 2007 was organised in association with CASCON 2007, the 17th Annual International Conference on Computer Science and Software Engineering (http://witanweb.ca/cascon2007/), and in cooperation with Lero, the Irish Software Engineering Research Center ( http://www.lero.ie).
The IBM CAS Software and Systems Engineering Symposium 2007 featured a keynote presentation from Professor Stefan Decker, DERI, research papers, a research panel on Sustainablility and Technology - Good partners? as a shared session (video conference) with CASCON 2007 in Canada, a research poster session and a capstone talk from Dr Steven Collins of Trinity College Dublin. The technical papers program featured original, internationally peer- reviewed research papers in the area of Software and Systems Engineering.
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