First International Workshop on Software Engineering for Computational Science and Engineering

Leipzig, Germany

Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Co-located with ICSE 2008

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8:45 Welcome

9:00 Session 1: How do We Study Scientists?

  • "Towards an Ecologically Valid Study of Programmer Behavior for Scientific Computing." by Halverson, C., Swart, C., Brezin, J., Richards, J. and Danis, C.
  • "Large Efficient Table-Top Teraflop Computing." by Basili, V., Craveiro, T., Cruzes, D., Despain, K., Dorland, B., Hochstein, L., Zazworka, N., and Zelkowitz, M.
  • "Informing Design of a Search Tool for Bioinformatics." by Umarji, M. and Seaman, C.
10:15 Follow-up Discussion

10:30 BREAK

11:00 Session 2: How Scientists Develop Software

  • "Models of scientific software development." by Segal, J.
  • "Assessing the Quality of Scientific Software." by Kelly, D. and Sanders, R.
  • "Some Lessons Learned Reviewing Scientific Code." by Morris, C.
12:15 Follow-up Discussion

12:30 LUNCH

14:00 Session 3: Improving Scientific Software Development

  • "Towards Applying Complexity Metrics to Measure Programmer Productivity in High Performance Computing." by Danis, C., Thomas, J., Richards, J., Brezin, J., Sward, C., Halverson, C., Bellamy, R., and Malkin, P.
  • "Software Automation in Scientific Research Organizations." by Vigder, M., Stewart, D., and Singer, J.
  • "Commonality Analysis of Families of Physical Models for use in Scientific Computing." by Smith, W., Carette, J., and McCutchan, J.
15:15 Follow-up Discussion

15:30 BREAK

16:00 Break-out Groups and Follow-up Discussion

17:30 END

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