9.30 – 16.00 – Wednesday 27 November 2019
The Worshipful Company of Information Technologists, 39a Bartholomew Close, London, EC1A 7JN
Simon Fletcher (Event Champion – Real Wireless), Keith Baughan (mVCE), Martin Hogg (WCIT), Prof Nicholas Race (Lancaster University), Prof Tim O’Farrell (The University of Sheffield) & CommNet2
In an era when communications networks and IT networks are converging, the technology catalyst for the transformation is software. The software-isation of networks and the complexity of IT systems used in various industries emphasises the requirements on dependable, and reliable software. However, the pressures on costs of development and maintenance, and the time to market imperative are ever present and increasing.
This workshop event shall create the opportunity for software oriented research leaders to promote their capabilities to Industry leaders, and Industry to articulate the challenges they encounter in increasingly complex software driven environments. This workshop is the first in a series of events; with a focus on discovery of issues. The subsequent event will develop the issues into propositions that may be addressed by various collaborative research initiatives.
You can now access the presentation slidepacks from the Software-isation workshop (where available) by clicking the title of the talks listed below and following the link.
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If you would like to attend the Software-isation workshop in November then please complete the Expression of Interest Form.
Please note that places at the workshop are limited. To ensure the right mix of attendees from across the various discussion topics, we ask all those who would like to attend to confirm their particular area(s) of interest and to complete a short statement highlighting in what ways they feel they will be able to contribute to the success of the workshop. Places will then be allocated according to these responses.
The organisers will write to confirm whether you have been allocated a place.