Monday, July 13,2009 - Workshops and Tutorials
8:30 - 9:00 AMRegistration      
9:00 - 10:30AMREMIDI'09Empirical GSDKNOWINGT5T1T3T4DocSymp
10:30-11:00AMCoffee/Tea Break   
11:00-12:30PMREMIDI'09Empirical GSDKNOWINGT5T1T3T4DocSymp
12:30-2:00 PMLunch   
2:00 - 3:30 PMREMIDI'09T2KNOWINGT6T7T8T9 
3:30 - 4:00 PMCoffee/Tea Break   
4:00 - 5:30 PMREMIDI'09T2KNOWINGT6T7T8T9 
6:00 PMWelcome Reception   
Tuesday, July 14, 2009 - Day 1
8:30 - 9:00 AMRegistration
9:00 - 9:10 AMWelcome Address - Dr. Ita Richardson
9:10-10:15 AMKeynote Address -Dr. Michael Heiss - Ita Richardson
10:15-10:45AMCoffee/Tea Break
10:45-12:15PMSession 1: Trust & Culture : Ban An-Ali
  • Quality Factors on Global Software Development Projects: Does "Getting to Know You" Really Matter?, by Olly Gotel, Vidya Kulkarni, Moniphal Say, Christelle Scharff, ThanwadeeSunetnanta
  • Leveraging or Exploiting Cultural Difference?, by Valentine Casey
  • Knowledge Management in Distributed Software Development Teams - Does Culture Matter?, by Alexander Boden, Gabriela Avram, Liam Bannon, Volker Wulf
12:15 - 1:45PMLunch
1:45 - 3:15 PMSession 2: Industrial Practices 1 : Jack Downey
  • Using Real-Time Conferencing Tools to Leverage the Collaborative Potential of Global Teams: An Experience Report from Siemens IT Solutions and Services SWE, by Daniela Damian, Sabrina Marczak, Madalina Dascalu, Michael Heiss, Adrian Liche
  • Experiences in Global Software Development - A Framework-based Analysis of Distributed Product Development Projects, by Michael Lane, Pär  Agerfalk
  • Linguistic Challenges in Global Software Development: Lessons Learned in an International SW Development Division by Benedikt Lutz
3:15 - 3:45 PMCoffee/Tea Break
3:45 - 5:45 PMSession 3: Collaboration : Allen Milewski
  • A Coordination Risk Analysis Method for Multi-Site Projects: Experience Report, by Christian Lescher, James  Herbsleb, Matthew Bass
  • A Survey on the State of the Practice in Distributed Software Development: Criteria for Task Allocation, by Angsar Lamersdorf, JürgenMünch, Dieter Rombach
  • Investigating Decision Making Processes (DMPes) in Distributed Development Teams: Findings of a Comparative Empirical Study, Ban Al-Ani, David Redmiles
  • Exploring Collaboration Patterns among Global Software Development Teams, by Fatma Cemille Serce, Ferda NurAlpasian, Kathleen Swigger, Robert Brazile, George Dafoulas, Victor Lopez, Randy Schumacker
7:00 PMBarbeque at the Stables
Wednesday,July 15, 2009- Day 2
9:00 - 9:10 AMProgram Committee Report (June Verner, Dan Paulisch)
9:10 -10:15 AMKeynote Address -Prof. Dr. Dieter Rombach : June Verner
10:15-10:45AMCoffee/Tea Break
10:45-12:15PMSession 4: Architecture/Design : Alberto Avitzer
  • The Usefulness of Architectural Knowledge Management Practices in GSD, by Viktor Clerc, Patricia Lago, Hans van Vliet
  • CAMEL: A Tool for Collaborative Distributed Software Design, by Marcelo Cataldo, Charles Shelton, Yongjoon Choi, Shihong Huang, Vytesh Ramesh, DarpanSaini, Yi Wang
  • A Framework for Supporting the Software Architecture Evaluation Process in Global Software Development, by Muhammad Ali Babar
12:15- 1:00 PMPoster Session
1:00 - 2:00 PMLunch
2:00 - 3:30 PMSession 5: Trust & Culture 2 : Rafael Prikladnicki
  • Descriptive Analysis of Fear and Distrust in Early Phases of GSD Projects, by Arttu Piri, Tuomas Niinimäki, Casper Lassenius
  • Lessons Learned from a Workshop on Relationship Building, by Jayakanth Srinivasan, Annika Lofgren, Christer Norstrom, Kristina Lundqvist
  • In Strangers We Trust? Findings of an Empirical Study of Distributed Development by Ban Al-Ani, David Redmiles
3:30 - 4:00 PMCoffee/Tea Break
4:00 - 6:00 PMSession 6: Communications : Daniela Damian
  • Exploring Propinquity in Global Software Engineering, by RafaelPrikladnicki
  • How technological support can enable advantages of agile software development in a GSE setting, by Kevin Dullemond, Ben van Gameren, Rini van Solingen
  • Factors Affecting Audio and Text-based Communication Media Choice in Global Software Development Projects, by Tuomas Niinimäki, ArttuPiri, Casper Lassenius
  • Quality in Global Software Development Projects: A Closer Look at the Role of Distribution, by Marcelo Cataldo, Sangeeth Nambiar
6:30 PMBuses leaving for Knappogue Castle
8:00 PMConference Banquet
Thursday,July 16, 2009- Day 3
9:00 - 9:10 AMICGSE 2010 -Alberto Avritzer
9:10 -10:15 AMKeynote Address -Mike Roche : Dan Paulish
10:15-10:45AMCoffee/Tea Break
10:45-12:15PMSession 7: Industrial Practices 2 : Michael Lane
  • Experience with Training a Remotely Located Performance Test Team in a Quasi-Agile Global Environment, by Andre  Bondi, Johannes Ros
  • Improving Global System Devlopment and Collaboration across Functions:Experiences from Industry,by Volker Henz, Peter Fassbinder
  • A Comparison of Team Assessment Measures for Global Software Development Learners, by Kathleen Swigger, Ferda Nur Alpaslan, Robert Brazile, George Dafoulas, Victor Lopez, Fatma CemilleSerce
12:15-2:00 PMLunch; Steering Committee Meeting
2:00 - 3:30 PMSession 8: Processes : Marcelo Cataldo
  • Using Agile Practices in Global Software Development: A Systematic Review, by Emam Hossain, Muhammad Ali Babar, Hye-young Paik
  • Selecting Locations for Follow-the-Sun software development: towards a routing model, by Christian Visser, Rini van Solingen
  • Using Scrum in Distributed Agile Development: A Multiple Case Study, by Maria Paasivaara, Sandra Durasiewicz, Casper Lassenius
3:30 - 4:00 PMCoffee/Tea Break
4:00 - 5:30 PMSession 9: On- and Off-Shoring : Frederick Zarnolt
  • Critical Success Factors for Offshore Software Development Outsourcing Vendors: A Systematic Literature Review, by Siffat Ullah Khan, MahmoodNiazi, Rashid Ahmad
  • Insourcing: The Indian Approach to Global Software Development, by Sadhana Deshpande, Ita Richardson
  • Offshoring Test Automation: Observations and Lessons Learned, by Ilkka Tervonen, TimoMustonen
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