Workshop Communities

Thematic Workshop Communities

EuroAsiaSPI² supports a thematic based conference archtecture, where thematoic experience papers are grouped into ten major topics which can be attended in form of workshops. The thematic workshops will be published as separate chapters in the annual SPRINGER book in the CCIS series. The thematic workshops allow leading industry and research to attend EuroAsiaSPI not only for a conference but also for a dedicated topic based workshop/training event. These workshop are dealing with hot topics and contain key papers and interactive sessions with open discussions. . Participants work with the speakers to elaborate key statements to follow up in the next years workshops.

EuroAsiaSPI² has the vision to enable these workshop communities to grow and to sustain over numerous years. Joint the community and conribute and share interestimng thoughts, ideas and papers and get feedback.

Thematic Workshops Integration into the Conference Program

The conference is structured into four parallel tracks. On day 1 there are four parallel thematic workshops, on the days 2 and 3 there are three parallel thematic workshops and a research stream sandwiched between the thematic streams (see picture below).

05.09.2018
07.30 - 09.00
Registration
09.00 - 10.30
1
Gamify SPI
6
Experiences with Agile and Lean
9
SPI in Medical Device Industry
8
Team Skills and Diversity Strategies
10.30 - 11.00
Coffee Break
11.00 - 12.30
1
Gamify SPI
6
Experiences with Agile and Lean
9
SPI in Medical Device Industry
8
Team Skills and Diversity Strategies
12.30 - 14.00
Lunch Break
14.00 - 15.30
1
Gamify SPI
6
Experiences with Agile and Lean
9
SPI in Medical Device Industry
8
Team Skills and Diversity Strategies
15.30 - 16.00
Coffee Break
16.00 - 17.00
1
Gamify SPI
6
Experiences with Agile and Lean
9
SPI in Medical Device Industry
8
Team Skills and Diversity Strategies
19.00
Social Event - Boat Trip with wine and tappas
06.09.2018
07.30 - 08.40
Registration
08.40 - 09.00
Opening by TECNALIA, EuroSPI and ECQA
09.00 - 09.45
Key Note 1: DRIVES - The Strategic EU Blueprint Project for Automotive, ACEA Petr Dolejsi, European Automobile Manufacturers Association (ACEA), Belgium
10.00 - 11.00
3
Best Practices in Implementing Tracebility
1
Research Sessions
4
Good/Bad Practices in Improvement
10
Empowering the Future Infrastructure
11.00 - 11.30
Coffee Break
11.30 - 12.30
3
Best Practices in Implementing Tracebility
1
Research Sessions
4
Good/Bad Practices in Improvement
10
Empowering the Future Infrastructure
12.30 - 14.00
Lunch Break
14.00 - 14.45
Key Note 2: Cyber Risks and GDPR immplications in an eHealth domain: a Case Study Xabier Larrucea, Tecnalia, Spain
14.45 - 15.30
Key Note 3: Towards Relentless Global Improvement, Sony Interactive Entertainment, Japan VP Program Management (PMO), Thomas Muer
15.30 - 16.00
Coffee Break
16.00 - 18.00
3
Best Practices in Implementing Tracebility
1
Research Sessions
4
Good/Bad Practices in Improvement
10
Empowering the Future Infrastructure
19.00
Social Event - Visit to Guggenheim Museum and Dinner at la despensa del Etxanobe (famous Spanish cook)
07.09.2018
08.00 - 09.00
Registration
09.00 - 11.00
2
SPI in Industry 4.0
2
Research Sessions
5
Best Practices in Design of Systems Applying Functional Safety and Cybersecurity
7
Standards and Assessment Models
11.00 - 11.30
Coffee Break
11.30 - 12.15
Key Note 4: Martin Neumann Rheinmetall Automotive AG, Germany Technology Strategy Planning and Innovation Management at Rheinmetall Automotive to Face Future Mobility Challenges
12.15 - 13.45
Lunch Break
13.45 - 15.45
2
SPI in Industry 4.0
2
Research Sessions
5
Best Practices in Design of Systems applying Functional Safety and Cybersecurity
7
Standards and Assessment Models
16.00 - 16.30
Key Note 5: 1968-2018: 50 Years of Software Crisis Hans Jürgen Kugler, Chief Scientist, KMC, Germany
16.30 - 16.50
Best paper Award and Outlook to 2019 in Edinburgh, Scottland (UK) Honoring Outstanding Contributions to EuroSPI

 

2017 - Gamification and Persuasive Games for SPI, Information Technology, and Innovation Management
2016 - Gamification and Persuasive Games for SPI, Information Technology, and Innovation Management
2015 - Conference Stream and Panel for Global Innovation and Networking
2014 - Roadmaps for Innovation and Changing Beliefs
2013 - Process Product and Service Innovation
2012 - Social Responsibility as a fruitful ground for innovation
2017 - The Digitalization of Design and Manufacturing
2014 - "Olympic Level" for Software Development
2013 - System Design Principles
2012 - Measurement
2017 - Best Practices in Implementing Tracebility
2016 - Assessor Workshop – A Practical View on Traceability – Definition and Implementation of a Model-based Approach
2015 - Assessor Workshop – Tools and Best Practices Used for Traceability
2014 - Assessor Workshop – High maturity organisations (morning) and Test SPICE (afternoon)
2013 - Exchanging Experiences across Assessment Models
2017 - Good/Bad SPI Practices in Improvement
2016 - ECQA Certified SPI Manager Qualification - Implement Best Pracrices for Managing Improvement
2015 - Business Compliance and Transparency Best Practices and the SPI Manifesto and its implementation experiences
2014 - How to apply an organizational change approach that is aligned with the new ISO standard 33014 (morning) and how to apply outsourcing business strategies (afternoon)
2017 - Best Practices in Design of Systems Applying Functional Safety, Cybersecurity, and How Much Agile is Possible
2016 - Cyber Security and Functional Safety in Cyber-Physical Systems
2015 - Experiences with the Implementation of Functional Safety and Embedded Systems Security
2014 - Integrating Different Functional Safety and Risk Management Experiences
2013 - Integrated Design Principles
2012 - Agile Design PrinciplesFunctional Safety Standards and Design Principles

Workshop Community 6:
Experiences with Agile and Lean

2017 - Experiences with Agile and Lean