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Template for isern candidate information

Template for ISERN Candidate information

Instructions:

Keep your main message short and clear: you can discuss the details in person or provide additional background material to those that are interested in details

(Presentation template starts with slide 3 you have max 10 min.)

Include the filled in template (slide 2) in this file as a part of your poster

Prepare a poster to be available during the ISERN meeting

describe the type of research you do, your institution and your background, specifically focusing on empirical research

Your poster can be a single sheet, full poster or consist of other single pages that you put together on site

Keep the font size big enough so that people can read your message from a normal poster viewing distance

Prepare your poster and be prepared to set it up on site before the meeting starts

You may have hardcopies of your most relevant papers available as well


Template for isern candidate information

Dr. Oscar Pastor Full Professor and the Leader of the OO-Method Research Group, Valencia University of Technology

Candidate member

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  • Homepage: http://www.dsic.upv.es/~opastor/

  • List of main empirical research areas:

    • Experimentation with early metrics for Web applications

    • Experimental Evaluation of FSM methods

    • Empirical theory

  • Main motivation for joining ISERN:

    • Collaboration on research methods and research interests

    • Exchange of experience in Empirical Software Engineering

    • Identification of opportunities of joint research projects

    • Feedback from ISERN community on how to properly integrate ESE in a MDA-based approach.

  • Planned contributions to the community:

    • Analysis and dissemination of empirical results

    • Sharing and exchanging knowledge with ISERN members

    • Sharing data for experiment replications

    • Testing empirical theories to bridge the gap between research and practice in Empirical Software Engineering


Template for isern candidate information

Dr. Oscar PastorFull Professor and the Leader of the OO-Method Research Group, Valencia University of Technology

Candidate member

Post your

photo here

  • Main empirical research areas:

    • Experimentation with early metrics for Web applications

    • Experimental Evaluation of FSM methods

    • Empirical theory

Empiricism (ESE)


The oo method group members

The OO-Method GroupMembers

  • Research Fellows & Full PhD students:

    • Marta Ruiz

    • Victoria Torres

    • Nelly Condori

    • Javier Muñoz

    • Paco Valverde

    • Ignacio Panach

    • Sergio España

    • Inés Pederiva

    • Carlos Cetina

    • Estefania Serral

    • David Melo

    • David Anés

    • José Iborra

  • Dr. Oscar Pastor (Group Leader)

  • Dr. Vicente Pelechano (WE Leader)

  • Dr. Juan Sánchez (RE Leader

  • Dr. Silvia Abrahão (SQ/ESE Leader)

  • Dr. Matilde Celma

  • Dr. Juan Carlos Casamayor

  • Joan Fons

  • Manoli Albert

  • Jorge Belenguer

  • Pedro Valderas

  • Visiting Lecturers & Full PhD students:

    • Hugo Estrada, Alicia Martinez

    • Isabel Diaz, Gonzalo Rojas, Marilyn Rueda


Motivation expectation

Motivation & Expectation

  • Main motivation for joining ISERN:

    • Collaboration on research methods and research interests

    • Exchange of experience in Empirical Software Engineering

    • Identification of opportunities of joint research projects

    • Feedback from ISERN community on how to properly integrate ESE in a MDA-based approach.

  • Expectations

    • To be in touch with well-established experimentation approaches and ESE experts

    • Enlarge collaboration on research methods and research issues

    • Planning, Sharing and Replication of experiments

    • Guest researchers from the ISERN community and students exchange


Contribution collaboration

Contribution & Collaboration

  • Planned contributions to the community:

    • Analysis and dissemination of empirical results

    • Sharing and exchanging knowledge with ISERN members

    • Sharing data for experiment replications

    • Testing empirical theories to bridge the gap between research and practice in Empirical Software Engineering

  • Current collaborations with ISERN:

    • Prof. Dr. Natalia Juristo, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

      • Replication of an experiment on the comparison of software testing approaches at the Valencia University of Technology

    • Prof. Dr. Mario Piattini, Universidad de Castilla-La-Mancha

      • Joint paper on the definition of an Ontology for Software Measurement


Contribution collaboration1

Contribution & Collaboration

  • Planned collaborations with ISERN:

    • Dr. Emilia Mendes, Univ. of Auckland / Prof. Dr. Ross Jeffery, University of New Wales South

      • Sabbatical Research stay at Valencia University of Technology (August to November 2006)

      • A research project to empirically investigate the use of different effort estimation techniques (CBR, GLM, OLS) for the Web applications developed using the OOWS approach

    • Prof. Dr. Guilherme Travasos, COPPE-Rio

      • Shared research projects on the empirical validation of our model transformation-based approaches.


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