Linecept in Use During This Quarter at the Software Design Class

Linecept, a conceptual coordination tool, David Kutas’ PhD research is being used this quarter at André’s Software Design undergraduate class.

By collecting data about the design sessions happening in Linecept, David and his team will learn how design actually works.

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I-SURF undergraduate students presented progress on their summer research projects.

Design Knowledge Team

Students working with tools for Lightweight Design Knowledge Collection and Delivery presented their research progress.

Chatbots Team

Students working with chatbot tools for Software Engineering presented their research progress.

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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” talk for I-SURF 2019 research summer program

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Butterworth Design Competition – Linecept and Voice Guardians

Two of the Software Design and Collaboration Lab’s members team were participating in the Butterworth Product Development Competition this year at UCI.

David Kutas and his team were presenting Linecept, a conceptual design tool that enables efficient and purposeful collaboration in informal design.

Adriana’s team were presenting Voice Guardians.

David Kutas – presenting Linecept
Adriana presenting Voice Guardians

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Exploring the Unexplored in Social Software Development Platforms

On a sunny but slightly cool Friday in Irvine, California, some of the interesting and well-known figures in social software research gathered to share their thoughts, research interest and proceed into the future.

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

The official workshop contained presentations about current research pursuits, brainstorming sessions about future research ideas and last but not least, less exciting, but important discussions about grant proposals.

We would like to express our gratitude to Debra Brodbeck (Assistant Directior – Institute for Software Research) and David Redmiles (Professor – Donald Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences at UCI) for their organisational efforts.

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Marian Petre to Visit Irvine – The Third Visit This Academic Year

Marian Petre visited UCI again from the UK. During her two weeks long visit she attended classes, discussed research work of André’s PhD students, and generally engaged into the daily life of the Donald Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences.

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Lunch Meeting with Consuelo Lopez

Fromer student of the SDC Laboratory, Consuelo Lopez visited us today from Buenos Aires, Argentina.

During the lunch meeting, the group discussed her career, and ongoing research from Elahe Paikari through Adriana Meza Soria, to David Kutas.

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

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Philip Guo to Visit SDCL

Philip J. Guo, Assistant Professor of Cognitive Science UC San Diego visited the Software Design and Collaboration Laboratory where he discussed KnoCap projectt developments with Adriana Meza Soria, PhD student of Prof. André van der Hoek.

Adriana introduces KnoCap to Philip Guo and André.
Adriana introduces KnoCap to Philip Guo and André.

Philip then continued his tour at the DBH, by lecturing about “Learning Programming at Scale: Code, Data and Environment” in the format of the Informatics Seminar Series Winter 2019.

More about Philip: http://www.pgbovine.net/
More about Adriana: https://www.ics.uci.edu/~amezasor/

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Saying Goodbye and Welcome

The SDC Lab has finished collaborating with the current group of students from South Korea. In the meantime, the 2018 Fall Quarter has also finished. Work continues by the lab members, but maybe with a slower pace as the holidays are around the corner.

Goodbye Lunch at the UTC.

Goodbye Lunch at the UTC.

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