- Dr Dirk Sudholt (Senior Lecturer - University of Sheffield)
- Dr Leandro Minku (Lecturer in intelligent systems - University of Birmingham)
|Delivery Type||Delivery length / details|
|Lecture||1 x 3 Hour Lecture|
|Lecture||10 x 2 Hour Lectures|
|Assessment Type||Assessment length / details||Proportion|
|Semester Assessment||Participation and contribution.||15%|
|Semester Assessment||Conference type of poster (Representing approximately 20 hours work)||25%|
|Semester Assessment||Survey Paper (Course Work: A survey paper of approximately 6000 words)||60%|
|Supplementary Assessment||Resit failed examination and/or resubmission of failed/non-submitted coursework components or ones of equivalent value||100%|
On successful completion of this module students should be able to:
identify and use the main research resources that are available to software engineers
constructively participate in advanced technical debate in the field.
have a general overview of the field of Software Engineering and be aware of focused areas of research interest within it.
present current Software Engineering research at an appropriate level of detail to a technical audience.
produce a literature review (survey paper) on some current area of Software Engineering research.
This module focuses on current issues in the field of Software Engineering. The module will involve students in an examination of current research literature of interest to software engineers.
This module focuses on current issues in the field of Software Engineering. The module will involve students in an examination of current research literature of interest to software engineers. Significant emphasis is placed on student discussion and peer review.
The module is run as a series of seminars during which students present papers to their peers and where other students are required to prepare and ask relevant questions.
Students are required to write a survey-style paper that necessitates an extensive literature and web search.
Students participate in a conference organized by the Department of Computer Science where they present posters to peers and staff. The aim is to simulate a real academic poster presentation.
|Skills Type||Skills details|
|Communication||Students are required to participate in seminars, give oral and poster presentations and a literature review.|
|Improving own Learning and Performance||Students will use experience and discussion of their first presentations to improve subsequent ones.|
|Information Technology||Inherent in the module.|
|Personal Development and Career planning|
|Research skills||Students will be required to acquire further knowlede from journals and on-line sources for presentations, poster and literature review.|
|Subject Specific Skills||Obtaining and evaluating information sources.|
This module is at CQFW Level 7