SEI Software Engineering Workshop for Educators
The Tenth SEI Software Architecture Workshop for Educators was held at the Software Engineering Institute in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, on August 5–7, 2013.
The first two days concentrated on two topics: the Architectural Implications of Cloud Computing and Economics-Driven Architecting. A group session was conducted on the third day to brainstorm about using ideas that emerged from the topic discussions. SEI members facilitated and shared experiences, ideas, and tangible artifacts for introducing software architecture and product line topics into the college curriculum.
Through the Educators Workshop, the community of attendees continues to grow and to influence the direction of software engineering education. Participating educators enable hundreds of students annually to benefit from exposure to software architecture and product line concepts. Attendees describe how how they regularly incorporate new material from the workshop into their courses.
The Educators Workshop has created a network of collaboration both for research and for education. It presents a unique opportunity to interact with colleagues who have similar interests and to connect with the growing community who has attended other workshops.
Ozlem Albarak, Bilkent University
Martin Barrett, East Tennessee State University
Shawn Bohner, Rose-Hulman University
Luis Castro, Metropolitan University
Humberto Cervantes, Metropolitan University
Roger Champagne, University of Quebec
Stephen Chenoweth, Rose-Hulman University
Jorge L. Diaz-Herrera, Keuka College
Mike Deutsch, University of New Hampshire
John Hunt, Covenant College
Suradet Jitprapaikulsarn, Naresuan University
Carol Keene, Colorado Tech
Bhabani Misra, University of St. Thomas
Luis Garcia Paucar, Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas
Raj Rajendra, Rochester Institute of Technology
Luc Trudeau, University of Quebec
Perla Velasco-Elizondo, University of Zacatecas
August 5-6, 2013: 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Architectural Implications of Cloud Computing and Economics-Driven Architecting
August 7, 2013: 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Brainstorming session on using the material
Note: The workshop is open to any accredited college-level educator. It is not open to the general public.