The PhD symposium will provide a forum for doctoral students doing research in the area of XP and other agile methodologies. In the symposium students will present and discuss their research objectives, methods, and (preliminary) results. The goal is to provide mutual feedback and guidance in completing the dissertation and on future research directions. The PhD Symposium has the same scope as the main XP 2003 conference.
List of accepted papers
|Canessa, Matteo||Evaluation of product metrics applied to Agile Methodologies||University of Genova||Italy|
|Dubinsky, Yael||Teaching eXtreme Programming in a Project-based Capstone Course||Israel Inst.of Technology||Israel|
|Freese, Tammo||Software Configuration Management for Test-Driven Development||OFFIS||Germany|
|Gallis, Hans||Collaboration on Software Tasks||Simula Research Lab||Norway|
|Janes, Andrea||Measuring the effectiveness of AM using data mining, knowledge discovery and information visualization||Free Univ. Bozen||Italy|
|Madsen, Per||Unit Testing using Design by Contract and Equivalence Patterns||Aalborg University||Denmark|
|Martin, Angela||Exploring the XP Customer Role||School of Information Management||New Zealand|
|Molokken, Kjetil||Software Effort Estimation: Planning XP Guidelines Compared to Research on Traditional Software Development||Simula Research Lab.||Norway|
|Regner&Wiesinger||Extreme Advertised Bidding||University of Linz||Austria|
|Scotto, Marco||Evaluation of new Software Engineering Methodologies||University of Genova||Italy|
|Seyff, Norbert||Mitigating Risks in Mobile System Development||University of Linz||Austria|
|Sillitti, Alberto||Collecting Data in Web Service Development||University of Genova||Italy|
|Svensson, Harald||A Study on Introducing XP to a Software Development Company||The Royal Institute of Technology||Sweden|
|Walter, Bartosz||Extending Testability for Automated Refactoring||Poznan Univ. of Technology||Poland|
8:30 – 10:30 am
Welcome and Introduction
Participants will briefly present their work in short statement addressing the research question their work is addressing, significant problems and current solutions, the proposed approach, as well as results achieved so far.
10:30 – 11:00 am
11:00 am – 12:30 pm
Team Phase 1
Students build small teams to discuss and exchange their research and prepare team presentations to be shared with other participants.
12:30- 1:30 pm
1:30 – 3:00 pm
Team Phase 2
Continued discussions in small team.
3:00 – 3:30 pm
3:30 – 5:30 pm
Team Presentations and Wrap-up
Teams present their discussions, major findings, and lessons learned.
PhD Symposium Organizer
Paul Grünbacher, Johannes Kepler University Linz