Category: Tarkvaratehnika ja infosüsteemid

Huishi Yin: “Using a Kano-like Model to Facilitate Open Innovation in Requirements Engineering”

On the 17th of December, Huishi Yin defended her PhD on “Using a Kano-like Model to Facilitate Open Innovation in Requirements Engineering” which combines a well-known approach to enhance satisfaction of software users, the Kano […]

Synergies between Education, Training, and Research: How the Institute of Computer Science does Industry-Relevant Research in Software Engineering

Dietmar Pfahl, Professor of Software Engineering, co-authored the article “Synergies between Education, Training, and Research: How the Institute of Computer Science does Industry-Relevant Research in Software Engineering”. Doing industry-relevant research is the mission of the […]

Going Farther Together: The Impact of Social Capital on Sustained Participation in Open Source awarded with the ACM SIGSOFT Distinguished Paper Award

On 31st of May, the paper on Going Farther Together: The Impact of Social Capital on Sustained Participation in Open Source won the ACM SIGSOFT Distinguished Paper Award at the 41st ACM/IEEE International Conference on […]

Five reasons you should write an ERC grant application in this season

Author: Heisi Kurig Receiving a grant from the European Research Council might seem rather impossible. The rates for success are quite low, competition very tough, and you feel that you are not yet ready to write […]

Preparing for ERC Grant Schemes Takes Time and Focus

Authors: Jaak Vilo, Heisi Kurig, Marlon Dumas On May 23-24, we held a workshop for preparing applications for European Research Council (ERC) grant schemes was held in Tartu. The workshop was aimed at future ERC […]