Track: Software Quality Education and Training in Academia and Industry
Currently, the nature of software is changing and so is its quality. Wth the advent of new technologies, different types of software applications (mobile applications, ubiquitous, embedded, for IoT, smart applications, and so on) have emerged and supported the different activities of daily life. To make those applications accepted and really useful, we have to guarantee their quality. To that end, the quality community has sought to integrate training on techniques, methods, and methods in the undergraduate and graduate course curricula (sometimes integrated dispersed in several disciplines) and sought to bring specific interest training to the industry (for example, to obtain quality certifications for specific models/standards, training in testing and others).
This track is looking for contributions on:
Experience papers on software quality education presenting original reports on how software quality has been integrated into undergraduate and graduate programs.
Experience papers on software quality education presenting original reports on how software quality subjects have been transferred to the industry
Káthia Marçal de Oliveira is professor at the department of Computer Science of Polytechinic University of Hauts-de-France. She received her Ph.D. degree from the Graduate School of Engineering, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in 1999. She has experience in software quality evaluation and Human-Computer Interaction evaluation. She has been working on software quality education and training since 1999, both in undergraduate and graduate courses, and also in industry.