On May 30th, WASP is hosting the virtual conference WASP4ALL 2022. The conference will provide a great opportunity to learn more about academia-industry knowledge transfer and the building of excellence that WASP is achieving in the area of software research.

Software is the intellectual fuel of modern society and ever present in our daily life. It is a crucial and boundary-crossing technology for industries and academia alike. The conference will highlight how interplay and transfer of knowledge between the two sectors is fundamental for the acceleration of digitalization.

During the conference, leading international researchers will present state-of-the-art findings and share their experiences through engaging presentations and interactive sessions.

The event takes place online May 30th, at 10.00-3.00 pm. Read the full program and register today.

From the Program

Opening words by Anders Ynnerman, WASP Program Director

Session # 1: Insights from industrial research and how to increase knowledge transfer

  • Keynote speech by Albert Ziegler, GitHub: Turning AI for Code into AI for Coding
  • Keynote speech by Emerson Murphy-Hill, Google: What We Know about Developer Diversity and Inclusion, and How We Can Improve It.

Session # 2: Insights from academic research

  • Keynote speech by Ipek Ozkaya, Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute: What Is Really Different in Engineering AI-Enabled Systems?
  • WASP software research presentations

Concluding virtual after party with an opportunity to mingle with speakers, other participants and the organizers.

Published: May 6th, 2022

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