Invited Talks Since 2011


Professor W. Eric Wong


  1. Reducing the Cost of Debugging via Effective Fault Localization
    • — Nanjing University, Nanjing, China, July 2013
    • — Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xi’an, China, October 2013

  2. Effective Regression Testing in Practice
    • — Nanjing University, Nanjing, China, July 2013

  3. Software Quality Assurance & Effective Program Debugging
    • — NEC (Nippon Electric Company), Tokyo, Japan, November 2013
    • — Guangzhou University, Guangzhou, China, December 2013

  4. Roadmap for Involving Undergraduates in Research
    • — The 49th Annual ACET Conference, Waco, Texas, October 2013

  5. Rethinking Software Testing in Undergraduate Education
    • — The 49th Annual ACET Conference, Waco, Texas, October 2013
    • — The 45th ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education (SIGCSE), Atlanta, Georgia, March 2014

  6. A series of five special lectures on Software Quality
    • — Hiroshima University, Japan, July 2012
      (Also sponsored by Chugoku-Shikoku branch of the Operations
      Research Society of Japan)

  7. Reducing the Cost of Debugging via Effective Fault Localization
    • — The 3rd International Workshop on Program Debugging, Dallas, Texas,
      November 2012
    • — Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, China, October 2012
    • — Northwestern Polytechnical University, China, October 2012
    • — Beijing University of Technology, Beijing, China, May 2012
    • — Drexel University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 2011

Professor Lingming Zhang


  1. Feedback-Driven Dynamic Invariant Discovery
    • — Nanjing University, Nanjing, China, January 2015

  2. Regression Testing and Mutation Testing in Tandem
    • — University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Illinois, USA, November 2013

  3. Using Regression Mutation Testing to Detect and Localize Software Bugs
    • — University of Texas at San Antonio, Texas, USA, November 2013

  4. Localizing Failure-Inducing Program Edits Based on Spectrum Information
    • — University of Texas at Austin, Austin, USA, November 2013

  5. FaultTracer: A Change Impact and Regression Fault Analysis Tool for Evolving Java Programs
    • — University of Texas at Austin, Austin, USA, March 2013

  6. Automated Fault Localization Techniques
    • — University of Texas at Austin, Austin, USA, February 2013

  7. Towards Localizing Failure-Inducing Program Edits
    • — University of Texas at Austin, Austin, USA, November 2012

  8. Introduction to Fault Localization
    • — University of Texas at Austin, Austin, USA, September 2012

  9. Test generation via Dynamic Symbolic Execution for Mutation Testing
    • — University of Texas at Austin, Austin, USA, April 2012

  10. Localizing Failure-Inducing Program Edits Based on Spectrum Information
    • — University of Texas at Austin, Austin, USA, February 2012

  11. TestEra: Testing Java programs using Alloy specifications
    • — Texas Symposium on Software Engineering, Texas, USA, June 2011

Dr. Mark Paulk


  1. Selecting a Best Practices Framework
    • — ASQ International Conference on Software Quality, Long Beach, California, USA, March 2015

  2. Adoption of Agile Methods by High Maturity Organizations
    • — Keynote, 25th Annual Association for Software Engineering Excellence Conference, Dallas, Texas, USA, February 2015

  3. Adoption of Agile Methods by High Maturity Organizations
    • — International Conference on Software Quality Conference, Dallas, Texas, USA, February 2014

  4. The Planning Fallacy in Software Projects
    • — ASEE April Meeting program, Dallas, Texas, USA, February 2014

  5. A Survey of Statistical Sampling for Process Assessments
    • — ASQ International Conference on Software Quality, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA, October 2012

  6. Software Development as a Service
    • — ASQ World Conference on Quality and Improvement, Anaheim, California, USA, May 2012

  7. Software Horizons: What’s Beyond CMMI?
    • — with Mike Konrad, SEPG North America Conference, Albuquerque, March 2012

  8. Improving Process Capability and Organizational Maturity
    • — Workshop on Setting Standards for Searching Electronically Stored Information in Discovery (DESI IV), Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA, June 2011

  9. An Introduction to Software Quality
    • — ASQ World Conference on Quality and Improvement, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA, May 2011

  10. Adopting Scrum
    • — ASQ International Conference on Software Quality, San Diego, California, February 2011


Panels at Professional Meetings Since 2011


Professor W. Eric Wong


  1. L. Werner, G. Kuenning, M. Sebern, Jim Vallino, and W. Eric Wong, “Software Engineering Education via the Use of Corporate-Sponsored Projects,” The 26th IEEE International Conference on Software Engineering Education and Training (CSEE&T), San Francisco, California, USA, May, 2013

  2. W. Eric Wong, Moderator and Panelist on “Involving Undergraduates in Research,” The 25th IEEE-CS Conference on Software Engineering Education and Training (CSEE&T), Nanjing, China, April 2012

  3. W. Eric Wong, Moderator and Panelist on “Teaching Software Testing: Experiences, Lessons Learned & the Path Forward,” The 24th IEEE-CS Conference on Software Engineering Education and Training (CSEE&T), Honolulu, Hawaii, May 2011

  4. W. Eric Wong, Moderator and Panelist on “Smart Grid: Everything You Want to Know,” The 2011 Annual Reliability and Maintainability Symposium (RAMS), Orlando, Florida, January 2011


Dr. Mark Paulk


  1. M. C. Paulk, Panel on “The Pros and Cons of Agile - What to Like and Worry About,” 25th Annual Association for Software Engineering Excellence Conference, Dallas, Texas, February 2015

  2. M. C. Paulk, Panel on “A Perspective on Technical Debt,” SMU 2014 IT Survey Update and Workshop, Dallas, Texas, January 2015

  3. M. C. Paulk, Panel Moderator on “Principles of Process Maturity and Capability,” International Conference on Quality Software (QSIC), Allen, Texas, October 2014


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