LASES 2012
El Simposio Latinoamericano de Ingeniería del Software (Latin American Software Engineering Symposium – LASES 2012), es un espacio creado para fortalecer la línea de Ingeniería de Software e integrar la industria con la comunidad académica y científica. LASES 2011 tuvo lugar los días 11 y 12 de agosto de 2011, en la ciudad de Medellín.

Este espacio permite exponer y debatir los avances e innovaciones en el área, así como el presente y futuro de la ingeniería de software en América Latina. Además, permitirá difundir la iniciativa Software Engineering Methods and Theory (SEMAT) a través del capítulo Latinoamérica.


PONENCIAS ACEPTADAS EN LASES 2012

Las ponencias aceptadas en LASES 2012 son las siguientes:
  1. Model of Educational CBR that integrates intelligent agents. Jovani Jiménez.
  2. Teaching software engineering by using group workshops. Roberto Manjarrés.
  3. Motivational strategies in the classroom for new students in the computer science program. Guillermo González.
  4. Modeling the interactions in virtual spaces oriented to collaborative work. Darío Rodríguez o Ramón García-Martínez.
  5. Inclusion process of UNDO/REDO service in host applications. Hernán Merlino.
  6. Productivity and assertiveness from the classroom in software development. Fabio Vargas o Darío Soto.
  7. Risk analysis model for concurren engineering co-innovation processes. Germán Urrego.
  8. Non-functional requirements of ubi-platinno: ubiquitous platform which supports co-creation. Mauricio González o Liliana González.
  9. Human side of software development: teamwork as sociotechnical systems. Marcel Simonette o Edison Spina.
  10. Initial activities oriented to reduce failure in information mining. Pablo Pytel, Paola Britos o Ramón García-Martínez.
  11. Designing a structural and functional pattern of a corporate technical document for requirements elicitation: a first approach from corpus linguistics. Bell Manrique.
  12. Graphical knowledge representation by using pre-conceptual schemas: a case study about the tpi model. Wiliam Arévalo.
  13. Contributions of the software engineering to the embedded system development. Ruben Darío Sánchez Dams.