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Program

  9:00-  9:05 opening
  9:05-10:05 presentation 1 (2 speakers: 25 mins for talks and 5 mins for QA)
“Checking App Behavior Against App Descriptions’’
    Andreas Zeller (Saarland University)
Some Challenges of Quality Assurance with Multi-language Systems’’
    Yann-Gaël Guéhéneuc (Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal)
10:05-10:15 break (10mins)
10:15-11:45 presentation 2 (3 speakers: 25 mins for talks and 5 mins for QA)
“All we like sheep: Copy/paste as a principled engineering tool’’
    Mike Godfrey (University of Waterloo)
“So, you are saying that our software quality was screwed up by … the release engineer?!’’
    Bram Adams (Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal)
“Uncovering hidden relationships from past changes: Logical Dependencies and Its Applications’’
    Marco Aurélio Gerosa (University of Sao Paulo)
11:45-13:30 poster session and lunch
(sandwich and snacks are served from about 12:15)
“Who Reviewd My Patch Social Aspects of Peer Review’’
    Xin Yang, Raula Kula, Camargo Cruz Ana Erika, Noriiro Yoshida (NAIST)
“Quantifying Programmers’ Mental Workload during Program Comprehension Based on Cerdbral Blood Flow Measurement’’
    Takao Nakagawa (NAIST), Yasutaka  Kamei (Kyushu University), Hidetake Uwano (Nara National College of Technology), Akito Monden, Ken-ichi Matsumoto (NAIST)
“Could you please fix it? Yes, but I’m busy’’
    Yutaro Kashiwa, Masao Ohira (Wakayama University)
“Automated Performance Analysis of Build Systems’’
    Shane McIntosh (Queen’s University)
13:30-15:00 presentation 3 (3 speakers: 25 mins for talks and 5 mins for QA)
“Automatically Patch Generation Learned from Human-Written Patches and Beyond’’
    Sunghun Kim (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)
“Git and Github: how two related technologies are changing the way software engineers collaborate’’
    Daniel M. German (University of Victoria)
“Contemporary Peer Review Practices and Measures’’
    Peter C. Rigby (Concordia University)
15:00-15:15 break (15mins)
15:15-16:15 presentation 4 (2 speakers: 25 mins for talks and 5 mins for QA)
“Software Analytics for Video Games’’
    Thomas Zimmermann (Microsoft Research)
“Green Mining: Events Considered Harmful’’
    Abram Hindle (University of Alberta)
16:15-16:30 closing
18:00-20:00 dinner