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Written on 15.12.23 by Alisa Welter

Dear Students,

The template for the report is now available for download. Also, please upload your final presentation slides under submissions.

Best, Alisa

Paper für Session 3 uploaded

Written on 12.12.23 by Alisa Welter

Dear Students,

I have just uploaded a paper for our third session.

I am looking forward to discussing the topic with you.

Best regards,

Alisa

Paper für Session 2 uploaded

Written on 06.12.23 by Alisa Welter

Dear Students,

I have just uploaded two papers for our second session tomorrow.

I am looking forward to discussing the topic with you.

Best regards,

Alisa

 

First Paper Uploaded, LSF Registration Reminder, and Upcoming Deadline for Questions

Written on 23.11.23 by Alisa Welter

Dear Students,

I hope you're all doing well. A quick update and some reminders:

  • First Paper Uploaded: The paper for next week is now available. Please take some time to read through it as it will be integral to our upcoming discussions.
  • LSF Registration - Deadline Today: If you haven't… Read more

Dear Students,

I hope you're all doing well. A quick update and some reminders:

  • First Paper Uploaded: The paper for next week is now available. Please take some time to read through it as it will be integral to our upcoming discussions.
  • LSF Registration - Deadline Today: If you haven't registered in LSF yet, please do so by the end of the day.
  • Submit Your Questions by Sunday: After reviewing the paper, submit any questions you have about it or the broader topic by this Sunday. 
  • For Next Week's Presenters: If you are presenting next week and have any questions or need feedback, please get in touch with your advisor. They are here to assist and guide you in your preparation.

 

Looking forward to a productive semester.

 

Best regards,

Alisa and Christof 

Final Presentation Dates

Written on 16.11.23 by Alisa Welter

Hi everyone,

Here are the final dates once again for your presentations:

  • 30.11.2023: Code-centric approaches (Code Completion)
  • 7.12.2023: Model and Architecture (Model Completion, Model Repair, Documentation)
  • 14.12.2023: Cognitive Science and Human Factors (How developers think and learn,… Read more

Hi everyone,

Here are the final dates once again for your presentations:

  • 30.11.2023: Code-centric approaches (Code Completion)
  • 7.12.2023: Model and Architecture (Model Completion, Model Repair, Documentation)
  • 14.12.2023: Cognitive Science and Human Factors (How developers think and learn, Cognitive models for code comprehension, Psychological aspects of Software Engineering)

Please note that there will be no meeting on the 11th of January. Also, remember to register in the LSF by the 23.11.2023, and ensure you get in touch with your advisor to discuss your topic and presentations.

Alisa

Language Models at the Intersection of Cognitive Science and Software Engineering

 

Note: We still have some free slots available. If you wish to participate, please write an email to this email-address.

All sessions will take please in E1.1 2.06

While Machine Learning has revolutionized numerous fields, its capabilities remain largely unattained in software engineering. What's the reason? Inspired by breakthroughs in other sectors, this seminar offers a thrilling exploration into the convergence of Language Models, Software Engineering, and Cognitive Science.
We will scrutinize a broad spectrum of existing contributions and potential future developments, spanning from code generation and model completion to effective collaboration in large-scale projects. The seminar will also illuminate current research in cognitive science, specifically focusing on human code comprehension..

During the seminar, we will delve deeper into the following sectors:

  • Code-Centric Approaches (Program Synthesis, Code Completion)

  • (Mutation) Testing

  • Model and Architecture (Model Completion, Model Repair, Documentation)

  • Cognitive Science and Human Factors (How developers think and learn, Cognitive models for code comprehension, Psychological aspects of software engineering)

 

 

Registration

Registration for the seminar is mandatory. To distribute students among the available seminars offered by the computer science department, you have to select your preferences for a  seminar or a proseminar on the central registration platform for seminars and will be automatically assigned to a seminar according to your preferences.

If you are assigned to this seminar, for organizational reasons, you have to sign up both in the course registration form that will be given above and in the LSF (seminar, proseminar). Deadlines for the LSF (HISPOS) registration will be posted in the LSF (HISPOS) portal. Registration is possible up to three weeks after the topic assignment / kick-off.

 
There will be five sessions in total, all scheduled on Thursdays 12:15 PM - 2:00 PM. Participation to all sessions is mandatory.
Students are required to deliver two presentations, each ranging from 5 to 10 minutes. Drafts of the slides for these presentations must be submitted by the Sunday prior to the discussion. Following the presentations, a discussion will take place in which every student should participate; however, all students are mandated to submit a minimum of four questions by the Sunday before the discussion. 
 
 
The topic assignment will take place on Thursday November 02, at 12:15 PM. Further information will be provided via e-mail after registration.
 

 

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