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The aim of this day is to bring researchers and industrial developers together to explore possibilities for cooperation within Software Center.
In Software Center, companies and universities work together to accelerate the adoption of novel approaches to software engineering. The cooperation between academia and companies creates the software engineering success stories that the Swedish- and Nordic industry needs.
The Nordic countries have a 30 year old history in being one of the most successful developers of software systems. We still have the prerequisites to be a world leader. Somehow other parts of the world have dared to think and do different and are moving ahead. They see software engineering as a critical core capability where best practice are changing rapidly. So do Software Center and that is why 8 companies and 5 universities have decided to put effort and time to be our strategic partners. It pays back.
The goal is 10 x productivity in 10 years. To reach the goal companies and universities work together in four different themes. Several projects are proceeding in this very moment and there are more to come. Software Center is continuously developing their partnerships and methods.
Registration and coffee
Welcome - Malin Rosqvist, moderator
Jan Bosch, Chalmers:
Helena Holmström Olsson, Malmö University:
Antonio Martini, Chalmers:
Coffee with networking possibilities
Jan Carlson, MDH:
"Industrial perspectives on Software Centre"
Hans Hansson, MDH - “Overview of SWC related research at MDH and research example: Security may jeopardize safety"
Daniel Sundmark, MDH:
Kristian Sandström, SICS/ABB:
Individual meetings booked during or before pre-lunch activities