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yann [Google/SAP Diversity Awards]
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 ===== Best Paper ===== ===== Best Paper =====
  
 +**Candidate** best papers are:
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 +| Mathieu Nayrolles, Abdelwahab Hamou-Lhadj,​ Sofiene Tahar and Alf Larsson | {{:​en:​laurel.png?​nolink&​50 |}} JCHARMING: A Bug Reproduction Approach Using Crash Traces and Directed Model Checking |
 +| Karan Aggarwal, Tanner Rutgers, Finbarr Timbers, Abram Hindle, Russ Greiner and Eleni Stroulia | {{:​en:​laurel.png?​nolink&​50 |}} Detecting Duplicate Bug Reports with Software Engineering Domain Knowledge |
 +| Heider Sanchez, Romain Robbes and Victor Gonzalez | {{:​en:​laurel.png?​nolink&​50 |}} An empirical study of work fragmentation in software evolution tasks |
 +| Martín Dias, Alberto Bacchelli, Georgios Gousios, Damien Cassou and Stéphane Ducasse | {{:​en:​laurel.png?​nolink&​50 |}} Untangling Fine-Grained Code Changes |
 +| Qingtao Jiang, Xin Peng, Hai Wang, Zhenchang Xing and Wenyun Zhao | {{:​en:​laurel.png?​nolink&​50 |}} Summarizing Evolutionary Trajectory by Grouping and Aggregating Relevant Code Changes |
  
-===== Best Reviewers ===== 
  
  
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 Technology companies face a [[http://​fortune.com/​2014/​08/​29/​how-tech-companies-compare-in-employee-diversity/​|problem of diversity]] and they try to address it through various means, including encouraging students to embrace technologies,​ [[http://​www.google.ca/​diversity/​for-the-future.html|no matter their background]]. Yet, this problem of diversity starts very early and [[http://​www.computer.org/​csdl/​mags/​co/​2008/​12/​mco2008120104-abs.html|also exist in academia]]. We thus decided, with the support of Google and SAP in Montréal, to promote and celebrate diversity. Minority students, in particular female students, can apply for a Google/SAP Diversity Award to receive a free registration to SANER'​15 and be invited to a visit to SAP Montreal Labs.  Technology companies face a [[http://​fortune.com/​2014/​08/​29/​how-tech-companies-compare-in-employee-diversity/​|problem of diversity]] and they try to address it through various means, including encouraging students to embrace technologies,​ [[http://​www.google.ca/​diversity/​for-the-future.html|no matter their background]]. Yet, this problem of diversity starts very early and [[http://​www.computer.org/​csdl/​mags/​co/​2008/​12/​mco2008120104-abs.html|also exist in academia]]. We thus decided, with the support of Google and SAP in Montréal, to promote and celebrate diversity. Minority students, in particular female students, can apply for a Google/SAP Diversity Award to receive a free registration to SANER'​15 and be invited to a visit to SAP Montreal Labs. 
  
-Applicants must prepare an application and upload it by February 10th, 2015 to https://​easychair.org/​conferences/?​conf=sanerfsf2015. Applications should: +The selection committee includes:
-  * Provide your name and contact information. +
-  * Describe your role in the conference. ​ Please specifically mention whether you have a paper accepted in the main conference or a workshop, and whether you will be the presenter for any paper. +
-  * Tell us which university you are studying at and the name of your advisor. +
-  * Explain which phase of your research you are in (i.e. first year PhD student, final year PhD student, MS student, Undergraduate student) +
-  * Explain why attending SANER will be of interest to you and how it might be relevant to your ongoing research agenda. +
-  * Explain, if any, what other funding sources are potentially available to you. +
  
-Applicants should also ask their advisors to write a supporting letter and email it directly to Dr. Jane Cleland-Huang ​at jhuang@cs.depaul.edu with the subject line of “SANER Google/SAP Support”.+Monica Dinculescu, Google Montréal;​ 
 +Laurence Duchien, Laboratoire d'​Informatique Fondamentale de Lille; 
 +Jane Cleland-Huang ​**(chair)**,​ DePaul University'​s School of Computing;​ 
 +Dawn JLawrie, Loyola University Maryland; 
 +Dalila Tamzalit, Université de Nantes.
  
-All applications must be received by February 10th, 2015. Notifications will be sent by Friday 13th.+<fc #​ff0000>​**CONGRATULATIONS**</​fc>​ to the recipients:​ 
 +  * Bechir Bani from Tunisia; 
 +  * Eun-jong Choi from Korea; 
 +  * Laleh Mousavi Eshkevari from Iran; 
 +  * Yujuan Jiang from China; 
 +  * Zeinab Kermansaravi from Iran; 
 +  * Xiaoli Lian from China; 
 +  * Catherine Ramirez from Dominican Republic; 
 +  * Patanamon Thongtanunam from Thailand; 
 +  * Parastou Tourani from Iran.
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