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IX INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON QUALITY IN INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES

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IX INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES QUALITY

Thematic Lines: 
  1. Software Development Methodologies in different environment.
    • Software architectures, patterns and frameworks.
    • The Formal Methods, impact on standardization and reusability.
    • Requirements engineering and Software Design (methodologies, patterns, experiences, views, etc).
    • Software Modelling.
    • Software Development methods and techniques.
    • Programming Languages.
    • Software Projects Management (risks analysis, dependencies, monitoring and control, etc).
    • Embedded Software.
    • Services oriented Software.
    • Software Maintenance.
    • Reusability.
    • Agile methodologies.
    • Software Quality Metrics.
    • Reengineering techniques.
    • Software Products Lines.
    • Software Engineering and Quality for Computing in the Cloud.
    • Big Data.
  2. Software Tests.
    • Methodologies for Software Tests.
    • Exploratory tests.
    • Automation and tools for the design and implementation of Software Tests.
    • Test activities management.
    • Tests in agile environments .
    • Measurement of Software Tests.
    • Usability tests.
    • Safety tests.
    • Tests in the Cloud.
    • Software release tests.
    • Automatic tests Generation Suites.
    • Tests for embedded software.
    • Software Tests, platforms and open source applications.
  3. Evaluation and Improvement of Software Processes.
    • Practical experiences in Software Processes Improvement.
    • Identified Benefits in Software Processes Improvement.
    • Identification and communication of ROI and the goals achievement in the Improvement Process.
    • Measurement of the benefits, the impact and the scope of the Improvement Project's results.
    • The working team for process improvement.
    • Process Improvement in small businesses.
    • High maturity levels; practical experiences.
    • Agile processes improvement.
    • Process Improvement in Free Software communities.
  4. Software Quality in T.I. Service.
    • Communications services quality.
    • Hardware embedded applications quality.
    • Software maintenance services quality.
    • Software as a service.
  5. Software Security, Privacy and Protection.
    • Safety requirements.
    • Design and engineering for a secure software.
    • Software Vulnerabilities.
    • Software Access Risks.
    • Security for online applications.
    • Analysis of Software security traces.
    • Dynamic intrusion detection.
    • System's memory protection.
    • Highly confidential Software.
    • Secure Computing.
    • Next Generation Secure Computing.
  6. Software Engineering and Quality for specific environments.
    • Applications recovery Software for disasters.
    • Mobile devices software.
    • Biomedical software.
    • Software for critical missions.
    • Real time Software.
    • Defense Software.
    • Multimedia applications.
    • Applications for the energy management and the environment.
    • Software.
    • Quality of Software for Internet of Things (IoT). 
  7. Scientific and technological parks on ICT area.
    • Models of scientific and technological parks and the role they can or should play on I + D + i development.
    • Evolution of scientific and technological parks.
    • Scientific and technological parks as catalysts for technology development.
Scientific Committe: 

   Scientific Committee

   President
    Dr.Sc. Yaimí Trujillo Casañola
    Phone Number: 7 837 2427
    E-mail: yaimi@uci.cu

   Executive Secretary
   MSc. Zamira Segoviano Martínez
   Teléfono: 78356107

Organizing Committee: 

President
   Dr.Sc. Ailyn Febles Estrada
   Phone Number: 7 885 4139
   E-mail: ailyn.febles@uniondeinformaticos.cu

Executive Secretary
MSc. Zamira Segoviano Martínez
Teléfono: 78356107

Año: 
2019
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