The TAROT 2013 School will be organized around 5 themes. A deep state of the start view on the selected themes will be provided through two or three tutorial-oriented, interactive, presentations. The goal is to create better synergies between lecturers and participants, and among the participants themselves.
- Theme 1: Search Based Testing for the Future Internet (Tuesday, July 09)
- Paolo Tonella. Academic developments in search based testing for the Future Internet.
- Peter M. Kruse. Industrial applications of search based testing for the Future Internet.
- Tanja Vos. Mayor European initiatives in search based testing where academia and industry get together.
- Theme 2: Training and teaching software testing: What a good software tester shall know (Wednesday, July 10)
- Tao Xie. How to do research on software testing?
- Theme 3: Security Testing (Thursday, July 11)
- Antonia Bertolino. XML-based approaches for security testing.
- Yves Le Traon. Security testing: a key challenge for software engineering of web apps.
- Wissam Mallouli. Network Monitoring for Security Checking Using MMT.
- Theme 4: Software Product Line Testing (Friday, July 12)
- Myra Cohen. Sampling, Re-use and Incremental Testing in Software Product Lines.
- Gilles Perrouin. Feature-based Testing of SPLs: Pairwise and Beyond.
- Theme 5: Mining software models for analysis and testing + TAROT 2014 (Saturday, July 13)
- Leonardo Mariani. Automated Failure Analysis in Absence of Specification.
- Rui Abreu. Presenting the TAROT 2014.
A “working group session” is also planned to be run on Wednesday afternoon. A “projects and posters” session is planned for Thursday.
Social Programme Organization:
The TAROT 2013 recognizes a great importance to open discussion, dissemination, and socialization. In this respect, the School will include:
- An informal welcome on Monday night (not to feel alone in an unknown place),
- “Let’s get together” informal social activities to know each other,
- A social event on Friday.