Thank you for attending the International Conference on Software and Systems Processes (ICSSP) 2022, co-sponsored by the International Software and Systems Process Association and the Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute.
Envisioning the Future of Software Engineering Process & Practice for Global Competitiveness & Innovation
The Software Engineering Institute is proud to host and co-sponsor ICSSP 2022 and bring the conference back home to where much of the early software engineering work originated, including foundational work in process management/measurement, architecture, and software assurance. The SEI helped establish tenets for modern software engineering practice in architecture, assurance, formal analysis, virtual integration, automated code analysis and testing, and measurement and analysis. While the software ecosystem continues to change dramatically through commercial investments in software and technologies such as machine learning and artificial intelligence, the SEI—and others worldwide—continue to build on these software engineering tenets that underpin new advancements. Today, the Software Engineering Institute is a leader in software engineering, cybersecurity engineering, and AI engineering and is dedicated to researching complex problems; creating and testing innovative technologies; and transitioning maturing solutions into practice. The SEI has been working with the U.S. Department of Defense, government agencies, and private industry since 1984 to help meet mission goals and gain strategic advantage in software engineering.
ICSSP 2022 aims to bring together researchers and practitioners to share their research findings, experiences, and new ideas on diverse topics related to software and system processes and global software engineering. For 2022, the theme of the joint conference is: “Envisioning the Future of Software Engineering Process & Practice for Global Competitiveness and Innovation.” The goal is to advance both the state of the research and the state of the practice by applying innovative ideas from different fields of research to the future of software engineering process and globally distributed software development.
Chief Scientist for Software Engineering, IBM Research
Grady Booch is Chief Scientist for Software Engineering at IBM Research where he leads IBM’s research and development for embodied cognition. Having originated the term and the practice of object-oriented design, he is best known for his work in advancing the fields of software engineering and software architecture. A co-author of the Unified Modeling Language (UML), a founding member of the Agile Alliance, and a founding member of the Hillside Group, Grady has published six books and several hundred technical articles, including an ongoing column for IEEE Software. For over a decade, Grady was a trustee for the Computer History Museum. He is an IBM Fellow, an ACM Fellow, an IEEE Fellow, has been awarded the Lovelace Medal and has given the Turing Lecture for the BCS, and was recently named an IEEE Computer Pioneer. He is currently developing a major trans-media documentary for public broadcast on the intersection of computing and the human experience.
Contact the Organizing Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Anita Carleton (United States)
CMU Software Engineering Institute
Division Director, Software Solutions Division
Eray Tüzün (Turkey)