Seminar on “Empirical Software Engineering”
Department of Computer Science and Engineering organized One day Seminar on “Empirical Software Engineering” sponsored by Department of Student Welfare, GGSIPU on 11th January 2019 at Maharaja Agrasen Auditorium, MAIT from10:00 am to 4:00 pm. Seminar started with motivational talk by Prof. M.L Goyal, Vice Chairman- Academics, followed by the Speeches of Prof. Neelam Sharma, Director (MAIT), and Founder Chairman Dr Nand Kishore Garg, MATES. Dr. Arvinder Kaur, Professor and Dean USIET, GGSIPU started the session with a talk on essence and importance of Empirical Software Engineering. She discussed some problems statements along with Hypothesis formation, various aspects of Data Collection and Data Analysis. She stressed upon empirical studies i.e. Qualitative and Quantitative which was followed by talk of Shri. Pankaj Bansal, Manager, Global Logic, who gave his views on Empirical Software Engineering and what Software developers need to know about current trends in this field. Dr Ruchika Malhotra, Associate Professor, DTU, gave a brief overview about empirical software engineering, models, and the use of machine learning techniques in this field. All the Speaker discussed latest trends in Empirical Software Engineering in Industry, discussed Case Studies and were open to questions, thereby making the seminar quite interesting and interactive. The Seminar was very resourceful and informative. A large number of students and faculty members attended the seminar with great zeal and enthusiasm. Students were encouraged to pursue further research in this field. Dr. Namita Gupta (Convener), Mr. Ashish Sharma (Co-Convener), Mr Yogesh Sharma and Ms Ruchi Goel coordinated the event.