22nd IEEE International Conference on Software Analysis, Evolution, and Reengineering

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IEEE Research Awards

Best Paper

Candidate best papers are:

Mathieu Nayrolles, Abdelwahab Hamou-Lhadj, Sofiene Tahar and Alf Larsson 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 Detecting Duplicate Bug Reports with Software Engineering Domain Knowledge
Heider Sanchez, Romain Robbes and Victor Gonzalez An empirical study of work fragmentation in software evolution tasks
Martín Dias, Alberto Bacchelli, Georgios Gousios, Damien Cassou and Stéphane Ducasse Untangling Fine-Grained Code Changes
Qingtao Jiang, Xin Peng, Hai Wang, Zhenchang Xing and Wenyun Zhao Summarizing Evolutionary Trajectory by Grouping and Aggregating Relevant Code Changes

Google/SAP Diversity Awards

Technology companies face a problem of diversity and they try to address it through various means, including encouraging students to embrace technologies, no matter their background. Yet, this problem of diversity starts very early and 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.

CONGRATULATIONS 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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