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Lars Pareto's travel grant

Lars Pareto's travel grant has been set up to enable students at the Department of Computer Sicence and Engineering to travel and present their research work at academic institutions. For example a degree project that has been rewritten to a scientific paper, and has been accepted by an international conference.

Instructions for application.

Lars Pareto was a civil engineer with a degree in computer engineering from Chalmers University of Technology in 1992. In 2000, he defended his PhD-thesis "Types for Crash Prevention" at the Department of Computer Science and Engineering. Lars was an energetic and inspiring person, and a successful researcher, who with his great passion for education and project-based pedagogy, became very popular among his students.

Lars put his mark on the international programs in Software Engineering and Management, where during his last year he also acted as program manager for the master's program. Lars passed away in 2013, just a few weeks after he was awarded the IT Faculty's pedagogical prize. During the promotional ceremony at the University of Gothenburg in October that year, the prize was awarded posthumous.

Recipients 2017

Gabriel Ortiz (MPEES) 
"A Framework for a Relative Real-Time Tracking System Based on Ultra-Wideband Technology". Paper presented at WPNC-2017, 14th IEEE Workshop on Positioning, Navigation and Communications, in Bremen, Germany, 25-26 October 2017. (Written together with Fredrik Treven, Lars Svensson, Per Larsson-Edefors and Sebastian Johansson-Mauricio)

Alexander Yeh (MPIDE) 
"Exploring Proxemics for Human-Drone Interaction". Paper presented at HAI-2017, 5th International Conference on Human Agent Interaction, in Bielefeld, Germany, 17-20 October 2017. (Written together with Morten Fjeld)

Kari Karjalainen and Anna Romell (MPIDE)
"Social Drone Companion for the Home Environment: a User-Centric Exploration". Paper presented at HAI-2017, 5th International Conference on Human Agent Interaction, in Bielefeld, Germany, 17-20 October 2017. (Written together with Photchara Ratsamee, As¿m Evren Yantac, Morten Fjeld and Mohammad Obaid)

Robin Andersson and Jonas Berglund
"Defining Gestural Interactions for Large Vertical Touch Displays". Paper presented at INTERACT-2017, 16th IFIP TC 13 International Conference, Mumbai, India, 25-29 September 2017. (Written together with Aykut Coşkun, Morten Fjeld and Mohammad Obaid)

Rikard Hjort and Jakob Holmgren
"The CakeML Compiler Explorer: Tracking Intermediate Representations in a Verified Compiler". Paper presented at TFP-2017, 18th Symposium on Trends in Functional Programming, in Kent, UK, 19-21 June 2017. (Written together with Christian Persson)

Oskar Abrahamsson
"Automatically Introducing Tail Recursion in CakeML". Paper presented at TFP-2017, 18th Symposium on Trends in Functional Programming, in Kent, UK, 19-21 June 2017.

Henrik Edholm
"Crunch Time: The Reasons and Effects of Unpaid Overtime in the Games Industry". Paper presented at ICSE-2017, 39th International Conference on Software Engineering, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, 20-28 May 2017. (Written together with Mikaela Lidström, Jan-Philipp Steghöfer and Håkan Burden)

Er Nie
"An Exploratory Study on Strategic Software Development Outsourcing". Paper presented at ICGSE-2017, 12th International Conference on Global Software Engineering, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, 22-23 May 2017. (Written together with Imed Hammouda)

Khaled Al-Sabbagh
"Group Developmental Psychology and Software Development Performance". Paper presented at ICSE 2017, 39th International Conference on Software Engineering, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, 24-26 May 2017. (Written together with Lucas Gren)

Gabriel Ortiz
"Instruction level energy model for the Adapteva Epiphany multi-core processor". Paper presented at LP-EMS17, 3rd Workshop on design of Low Power Embedded Systems, in Siena, Italy, 15 May 2017. (Written together with Lars Svensson, Erik Alveflo and Per Larsson-Edefors)

David Jensen and Andreas Lundkvist (N1SEM): "On the Significance of Relationship Directions in Clustering Algorithms for Reverse Engineering". Paper presented at SAC-2017, 32nd ACM SIGAPP Symposium On Applied Computing, in Marrakesh, Morocco, 3-7 April 2017. (Written together with Imed Hammouda)

Berima Andam
"FLOrIDA: Feature LOcatIon DAshboard for Extracting and Visualizing Feature Traces". Paper presented at FOSD-2017 meeting on Feature-Oriented Software Development, in Darmstadt, Germany, 14-17 March 2017.

Recipients 2016

Simon Almgren and Sean Pavlov (MPALG)
"Named Entity Recognition in Swedish Patient Records with Deep Bidirectional Character-Based LSTMs". Paper presented at BioTxtM-5, 5th Workshop on Building and Evaluating Resources for Biomedical Text Mining, in Osaka, Japan, 12 December 2016. (Written together with Olof Mogren).

Gleb Lobanov (MPALG)
"Predicting Translation Equivalents in Linked WordNets". Paper presented at HyTra-6, 6th Workshop on Hybrid Approaches to Translation, in Osaka, Japan, 11 December 2016. (Written together with Krasimir Angelov)

Corrado Motta (Erasmus exchange student)
"Should We Adopt a New Version of a Standard? A Method and its Evaluation on AUTOSAR". Paper presented at PROFES-2016, in Trondheim, Norway, 21-24 November 2016. (Written together with Darko Durisic and Miroslaw Staron)

Philip Masek and Magnus Thulin (MPSOF)
"Systematic Evaluation of Sandboxed Software Deployment for Real-time Software on the Example of a Self-Driving Heavy Vehicle". Paper presented at ITSC-2016, 19th IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1-4 November 2016. (Written together with Hugo Andrade, Christian Berger, Ola Benderius)

Thorvaldur Gautsson and Jacob Larsson (MPSOF)
"Collecting Product Usage Data Using a Transparent Logging Component". Paper presented at SOFTENG-2016, 2nd International Conference on Advances and Trends in Software Engineering, in Lisbon, Portugal, 21-25 February 2016. (Written together with Miroslaw Staron)

Recipients 2015

Mozhan Soltani (N2SOM)
"Challenges of Requirements Engineering in AUTOSAR Ecosystems". Paper presented at RE-2015, 23rd IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference, in Ottawa, Canada, 24-28 August 2015. (Written together with Eric Knauss)

Daniela Holzner (N2SOM)
"Design and Evaluation of a Customizable Multi-Domain Reference Architecture on top of Product Lines of Self-Driving Heavy Vehicles - An Industrial Case Study". Paper presented at ICSE-2015, 37th International Conference on Software Engineering, in Florence, Italy, 16-24 May 2015. (Written together with Jan Schroeder, Christian Berger, Carl-Johan Hoel, Leo Laine, Anders Magnusson)

Recipients 2014

Brian Katumba (MPNET) "Agile Development in Automotive Software Development: Challenges and Opportunities". Paper presented at PROFES-2014, 15th International Conference on Product-Focused Software Process Improvement, in Helsinki, Finland, 10-12 December 2014. (Written together with Eric Knauss)

Nelson Sekitoleko (N2SOM) and Felix Evbota (MPSOF)
"Technical Dependency Challenges in Large-Scale Agile Software Development". Presented at XP-2014, 15th International Conference on Agile Software Development, in Rome, Italy, 26-30 May 2014. (Written together with Eric Knauss, Anna Sandberg, Michel Chaudron and Helena Holmström Olsson)

Page Manager: Emilio Suarez Ardiles|Last update: 9/22/2017

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