Professor Amiangshu Bosu gave a search seminar in CIS
Dr. Amiangshu Bosu, Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Wayne State University, visited CIS and gave a research seminar on empirical software engineering
Dr. Amiangshu Bosu, Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Wayne State University, visited CIS and gave a research seminar on empirical software engineering. This was the second talk in the ISE-Fall 2018 seminar series of the Intelligent Software Engineering (ISE) Lab in CIS.
Many software development teams now require collaboration between a large number of developers and stakeholders as contemporary software systems are growing in terms of size, complexity, and security requirements. However, collaboration between the members of a large software development team is hard. That collaboration becomes even harder when the team members are distributed over different geographical locations (e.g., many open source software projects). To increase effective collaboration between software team members, the ‘human factors’ of software development, which has been studied over the last four decades, is becoming increasingly important. Software development productivity depends on effective collaboration as well as other crucial human factors (e.g., experience, motivation, and background). In this seminar, Dr. Bosu talked about Empirical methods in Software Engineering, which identify shortcomings in current software development practices based on real-world evidence and provide suggestions for improvement.