Hausi A. Müller, PhD, PEng
University of Victoria
The IEEE Computer Society’s Technical Council
on Software Engineering (TCSE) serves a valuable
role in the international software engineering community for researchers and professionals.
Key priorities of TCSE include strong support
for its publications, conferences, and workshops; leadership in software engineering education
and international outreach; an active role in
public policy issues; and good relations with
other software engineering societies and
regional associations. Two important trends dominate the computing world in the new millennium. First, many companies are moving
from a goods-centric way to a service-centric
way of conducting business.
Second, with the proliferation of computing
devices and enterprise systems, software systems have evolved from software intensive systems to systems of systems, and now to ultra-large-scale systems and socio-technical ecosystems. As
many similar organizations, TCSE is challenged
with membership retention. Thus, it is critical
for TCSE’s long-term growth of audience, scope
and outreach to embrace the true interdisciplinary nature of software-intensive, socio-technical ecosystems. TCSE is ready to work with, actively engage and support its membership, volunteers, conferences and workshops to address the challenges, opportunities and risks of this interdisciplinary, service-centric software
2013 TCSE Distinguished Educator Award
Mehdi Jazayeri, University of Lugano, Switzerland
2013 TCSE Distinguished Service Award
Paola Inverardi, University of L'Aquila, Italy
35th International Conference on Software Engineering May 18th - 26th, 2013 San Francisco, CA.
The Gene Machine and Me
Ion Torrent’s chip-based genome sequencer is cheap, fast, and poised to revolutionize medicine.
Eliza Strickland, IEEE Spectrum, March 2013.
The Internet of Things: The Next Revolution
In Feb 2013 IEEE Computer isse, a wide range of researchers from academia and industry, as well as businesses, government agencies, and cities, are exploring the technologies comprising the Internet of Things from three main perspectives: scientific theory, engineering design, and the user experience.
We're not that much smarter than we used to be, even though we have much more information - and that means the real skill now is learning how to pick out the useful information from all this noise. Nate Silver...
Sixth IEEE International Conference on Software Testing, Verification and Validation.
“We are here to support the members of IEEE and the very special needs of women,” says IEEE Member Pamela Jones, the IEEE Computer Society’s representative to WIE. “We all strive to be excellent engineers, regardless of gender. We can assist women in achieving their goals—technical and nontechnical—by listening to what they want.” Jones is a lead software engineer with Northrop Grumman in Linthicum, Md.
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