Student Talks


The program of the school aims at creating discussion forums between lecturers and attendees. Submission of Master/Ph.D. student talks and tool demos is encouraged to further stimulate the discussion. Student talks and tool demos are intended for attendees (mainly Ph.D. students) who want to present their research work.

Attendees interested in giving a talk or demonstrating a tool should submit the slides with detailed notes of their presentation when registering by May 13th, 2017.

Attendees will be notified about the inclusion of their talk/demo in the program by May 19th, 2017.

Student talks will have 20 min. slot that is roughly 15 min. to present and 5 min. for questions.

During the last break before the Student talk session, speakers should load in advance the slides of their presentation on the laptop provided by the ISSSE organization.


Detailed schedule


June 21st, 2017 (14:00 - 16:30)
Chair: Carmine Gravino

“OctoUML: An Environment for Exploratory and Collaborative Software Design”
Rodi Jolak , Chalmers & University of Gothenburg, Sweden

“Software-Based Energy Profiling of Android Apps: Simple, Efficient and Reliable?”
Dario Di Nucci , University of Salerno, Italy

“Investigating the Use of Code Analysis and NLP to Promote a Consistent Usage of Identifiers ”
Bin Lin , Università della Svizzera italiana, Switzerland

“Enhancing Change Prediction Models using Developer-Related Factors”
Gemma Catolino , University of Salerno, Italy

“Efficient Utility-Driven Self-Healing Employing Adaptation Rules for Large Dynamic Architectures”
Sona Ghahremani , Hasso plattner Institute, Germany

“A Deep Learning model for Code Clone Detection”
Andrea Soldà , University of Salerno, Italy

“Investigating Collaboration within Online Communities: Software Development vs. Artistic Creation”
Giuseppe Iaffaldano , University of Bari Aldo Moro, Italy

Important Dates