3rd May 2006
COMPUTER EXPERT TO GIVE CHALLENGING TALK
Computing enthusiasts are being invited to a talk at the
Software engineering is an engineering discipline concerned with the development of software systems.
Its goal is the continuous improvement of software technologies and products, software development processes and methods, and the profession of software engineering.
It aims effectively to improve both software development theory and practice. In recent years, the engineering of software has been agile, global and open, bringing new challenges in Software Engineering practice and research.
In her inaugural lecture Professor Cornelia Boldyreff will explore the evolution of software engineering, its origins in the ‘Software Crisis’, its emergence as an academic discipline, its role as key enabler of society as we know it, and its future prospects.
Professor Boldyreff has over 25
years’ experience in software engineering and has been a Professor of Software
Her own research spans both distributed systems and software engineering. She is a Fellow of the British Computer Society.
The inaugural lecture will
be held in the
To book a place for this lecture please contact Miss Alex Gray on 01522 837003.
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