Exploring Linecept’s performance in class

Linecept is a conceptual coordination tool that David Kutas, a Ph.D. student in SDCL is developing as his research project. During the present quarter (fall 2019), the tool is being used for Prof. van der Hoek’s undergraduate course, Software Design I.

Students will use Linecept to collect the design artifacts generated for all the course assignments (a set of collaborative design studios). David and his collaborators will explore the data collected to build an understanding of how design work evolves through time.

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I-SURF students presented progress on their summer research projects with SDCL

Knocap team
Chatbots team
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SDCL lunch with I-SURF students

As it has become a tradition in our lab, each summer, we enjoyed having lunch with our I-SURF fellows.

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Design & Chatbots, SDCL lead researcher presenting for I-SURF 2019 summer program

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Butterworth software design competition: Linecept and Nana Stories

Two SDCL members and their respective teams participated in the annual Butterworth Product Development Competition this year at UCI.

David Kutas – presenting Linecept
Adriana presenting Nana Stories

David Kutas and his team presented Linecept, a coordination tool for software design work, and Adriana’s team presented and Alexa skill game called Nana Stories.

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Exploring the unexplored in social software development platforms

André - sharing his thoughts about hard problems in software engineering
André – sharing his thoughts about hard problems in software engineering

On a sunny but slightly cool Friday in Irvine, lead researchers and their students gathered to present their current research pursuits, find common interests, and define future collaborations.

We would like to express our gratitude to Debra Brodbeck (Assistant Director of ISR) and David Redmiles (ICS professor) for organizing and coordinating this workshop.

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Lunch meeting with Consuelo Lopez

From left to right: André, Adriana, Consuelo, Elahe.
From left to right: André, Adriana, Consuelo, Elahe.

A former student of SDCL, Consuelo Lopez, visited us today from Buenos Aires, Argentina. Consuelo shared her previous experiences as a graduate student, and provided valuable feedback to all SDCL members on their research projects.

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Philip Guo visits SDCL

Philip J. Guo, Assistant Professor of Cognitive Science UC San Diego visited SDCL. Adriana Meza Soria, Ph.D. student in SDCL, presented her research project, Knocap.

Adriana introduces KnoCap to Philip Guo and André.
Adriana introduces Knocap to Philip Guo.
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Saying goodbye and welcome

SDCL has finished collaborating with the current group of students from south Korea.

Goodbye Lunch at the UTC.

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SDCL ice cream social

In SDCL, we enjoy having ins structure-less meetings to foster team building and interesting discussions about our ongoing research projects.

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