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SEMS program

The SEMS program is complete. Join us on July 2nd at the TU Delft, EWI Building (building 36) in Lecture Hall M.

Start Activity/speaker Title
9:00 Welcome
9:05 Raymond Panko Improving Methods in Spreadsheet Error Research
9:25 Birgit Hofer, Dietmar Jannach, Thomas Schmitz, Kostyantyn Shchekotykhin and Franz Wotawa Tool-supported fault localization in spreadsheets: Limitations
of current research practice
9:45 Thomas Levine Automatically assessing the relevance, quality, and usability
of spreadsheets
10:10 Break
10:40 Peter Sestoft End-user development via sheet-defined functions
11:05 Bas Jansen and Felienne Hermans Using a Visual Language to Create Better Spreadsheets
11:30 Jacome Cunha, Joao Fernandes, Jorge Mendes, Rui
Pereira and José Saraiva
MDSheet – Model-Driven Spreadsheets
11:50 Lunch
13:20 Birgit Hofer and Franz Wotawa On the Usage of Dependency-based Models for Spreadsheet
13:45 Sohon Roy and Felienne Hermans Dependence Tracing Techniques for Spreadsheets: An
14:10 Dietmar Jannach, Thomas Schmitz and Kostyantyn Shchekotykhin Toward Interactive Spreadsheet Debugging
14:35 Break
15:05 Joeri van Veen and Felienne Hermans Anonymizing Spreadsheet Data and Metadata with AnonymousXL
15:25 Pablo Palma SBBRENG: Spreadsheet Based Business Rule Engine
15:45 Richard Paige, Dimitris Kolovos and Nicholas Matragkas Spreadsheets are models too
16:05 Break
16:35 Raymond Panko Are We Overconfident in Our Understanding of Overconfidence?
16:55 Daniel Kulesz A Spreadsheet Cell-Type Model for Testing
17:15 Thomas Levine Sheetmusic: Making music from spreadsheets
17:35 Closing, what’s next?
19:00 Conference dinner, TU Delft Sports & Culture CENTER

Notes for speakers:

  • Please allow for at least 5 minutes of questions. So for long papers (25 minute slots) prepare about 20 minutes of content and for short papers (20 min) prepare 15 minutes maximum. Times will be strictly enforced!
  • You can use your own laptop if you want, but we will bring one (Windows) laptop also.
  • Feel free to go above and beyond the content of your paper. If you did additional studies or built additional tools in the mean time, please tell us!