Below is a detailed schedule of the KKIO Conference.
The schedule is still subject to change/fixes.

Thursday, September 15th
9.00 – 10.00 Registration
10.00 – 10.15 Conference opening ceremony
Chairman: Zbigniew Huzar & Tadeusz Gospodarek
Room: Dominikańska + Tumska
10.15 – 11.15 Session S1: Keynote Speaker – Science
Chairman: Bogumiła Hnatkowska
Room: Dominikańska + Tumska
11.15 – 11.45 Coffee break
11.45 – 13.45 Session S2: Requirements and Domain Modeling
Chairman: Jakub Swacha
Room: Dominikańska + Tumska
13.45 – 15.00 Lunch
15.00 – 17.00 Session S3: Quality Assurance
Chairman: Mirosław Ochodek
Room: Dominikańska + Tumska
17.00 – 17.30 Coffee break
17.30 – 18.30 Session S4: Discussion Panel: Software Assessment
Chairman: Tadeusz Gospodarek
Room: Piastowska
20.00 Banquet

Room: Piastowska

Friday, September 16th
9.30 – 10.15 Session S5: Keynote Speaker – Philosophy
Chairman: Bogumiła Hnatkowska
Room: Tumska
10.15 – 11.00 Session S6: Poster session
Chairman: Mirosław Staroń
Room: Dominikańska
10.15 – 10.45 Session S7: Case study – Industry
Chairman: Lech Madeyski
Room: Tumska
11.00 – 11.30 Coffee break
11.30 – 12.30 Session S8: Keynote Speaker – Industry
Chairman: Tadeusz Gospodarek
Room: Tumska
12.30 – 14.00 Session S9: Software Process Improvement
Chairman: Zbigniew Huzar
Room: Mieszczańska
12.30 – 14.00 Session S10: Agile Transformations in IT
Chairman: Aneta Poniszewska-Marańda
Room: Tumska
14.00 – 15.00 Lunch
15.00 – 16.30 Session S11: System Architecture & Development
Chairman: Piotr Kosiuczenko
Room: Mieszczańska
15.00 – 16.30 Session S12: Testing & Defect prediction
Chairman: Stanisław Jarząbek
Room: Tumska
16.30 – 17.00 Coffee break
16.30 – 17.30 Steering, Programme and Organizing  Committee Meeting
Room: Piastowska
18.00 – 19.00 Dinner
20.00 Boat trip z Przystani Kardynalskiej
Saturday, September 17th – WSB Universities, Fabryczna 29
9.00 – 10.30 Tutorial 1 – building B, room 102 Tutorial 3 – part I – building B, room 318
10.30 – 10.45 Coffee break (buidling B, Room 102)
10.45 – 12.15 Tutorial 2 – part I –  building B, sala 102 Tutorial 3 – part II – building B, room 318
12.15 – 13.15 Lunch (building B, room 109)
13.15 – 14.45 Tutorial 2 – part II – building B, room 102 Tutorial 4 – part I – building B, room 318
14.45 – 15.00 Coffee break (building B, room 102)
15.00 – 16.30 Tutorial 2 – part III – building B, room 102 Tutorial 4 – part II – building B, room 318
16.30 – 16.45 Conference closing ceremony – building B, room 102

Session S2: Requirements and Domain Modeling

  • Business rule patterns catalog for structural business rules, Bogumiła Hnatkowska and Jose María Alvarez-Rodriguez
  • Sketching use-case scenarios based on use-case goals and patterns, Mirosław Ochodek, Krystian Koronowski, Adam Matysiak, Piotr Miklosik and Sylwia Kopczyńska
  • Domain modeling based on requirements specification and ontology, Iwona Dubielewicz, Bogumiła Hnatkowska, Zbigniew Huzar and Lech Tuzinkiewicz
  • Semantic validation of UML class diagrams with the use of domain ontologies expressed in OWL 2, Małgorzata Sadowska and Zbigniew Huzar
  • RSL-DL: Representing domain knowledge for the purpose of code generation, Kamil Rybiński and Rafał Parol

Session S3: Quality Assurance

  • Assessment of the software defect prediction cost effectiveness in an industrial project, Jaroslaw Hryszko and Lech Madeyski
  • Dynamic stylometry for defect prediction, Adam Roman and Rafał Babiarz
  • Mutant generation for WSDL, Ilona Bluemke and Wojciech Grudziński
  • Improving measurement certainty by using calibration to find systematic measurement error – a case of lines-of-code measure, Miroslaw Staron, Darko Durisic and Rakesh Rana
  • Performance comparison of CRM systems dedicated to reporting failures to IT department, Hubert Zarzycki, Jacek M. Czerniak, Dawid Lakomski and Piotr Kardasz

Session S4: Discussion Panel: Software Assessment

The evaluation of the most software systems is a complex problem. From the one hand it requires knowledge how to evaluate quantitatively labour necessary to obtain the required usability. From the second hand it is an economic problem how to compare systems with the comparable performances. So in all cases it needs to build criteria based on the multicriteria anaysis, as well as using some evaluation techniques e.g. the total cost of ownership (TCO), and Cost Benefit Analysis (CBA). This allows to compare the analyzed software with the exiting solutions on the market. But the most important approach from the technological point of view is the function point analysis in both normalized variants: COSMIC and IFPUG in relation to the ab initio method. The last technique allows to evaluate the software as a result of the full IT project, taking into account all its elements required for its successful results. So it is necessary to discuss the difference between two evaluations: market potential of the software and the software value as a tangible assets. In both cases the final result should lead to a quantitative evaluation expressed in currency units, regardless the aim of the analysis.

Session S6: Poster Session

  • Designing a data warehouse for changes with Data Vault, Adrian Najczuk and Artur Wilczek
  • Experience report: Process of introduction of DevOps into production system, Tomasz Wala, Marek Majchrzak and Jolanta Wrzuszczak-Noga
  • Merging textual representations of software models – a practical approach,  Ferenc Attila Somogyi and Mark Asztalos
  • Data flow analysis for code change propagation in Java programs,  Grzegorz Kochański
  • The use of web services architecture for engineering calculations based on the webMES platform, Piotr Jeruszka and Andrzej Grosser
  • Toward agile data warehousing, Adrian Najczuk and Artur Wilczek
  • Zbierane i przetwarzanie danych użytkowników do celów marketingowych,  Aneta Poniszewska-Marańda and Jonatan Gostyński
  • Zwinne szacowanie pracochłonności w projektach programistycznych – studium przypadków, Maciej Łabędzki, Patryk Promiński, Adam Rybicki, and Marcin Wolski

Session S7: Case study – Industry

Title: Semantyczna i syntaktyczna analiza treści w mediach społecznościowych
Presenter: Bartosz Szkudlarek
Company: Outsourcing Partner Sp. z o.o.
Short description:
In cooperation with the election staff of the presidential candidate, Outsourcing Partner has launched a research project to collect and analyze information from social media. The aim of the project was to develop mechanisms to capture information, significantly affecting the image of a candidate at a time when this information was still not popular. The proposed mechanisms deliver means to respond  to a positive or negative information about the candidate or the party.
Presentation language: Polish

Session S9: Software Process Improvement

  • Software engineering needs agile experimentation: A New Practice and Supporting Tool, Lech Madeyski and Marcin Kawalerowicz
  • An Industrial survey on business analysis problems and solutions, Piotr Marciniak and Aleksander Jarzębowicz
  • Beyond software architecture knowledge management tools, Andrzej Zalewski
  • A collaborative approach to developing a part-time PhD program in IT architecture with industry cooperation, Jan Werewka

Session S10: Agile Transformations in IT

  • Model of RUP processes maturity assessment in IT organizations, Włodzimierz Wysocki, Cezary Orłowski, Artur Ziółkowski and Grzegorz Bocewicz
  • Trigger-based model to assess the readiness of IT organizations to agile transformation,  Cezary Orłowski, Tomasz Deręgowski, Miłosz Kurzawski,  Artur Ziółkowski and Bartosz Chrabski
  • The reference model of tools adaptation in the perspective of technological agile transformation in IT organizations,  Cezary Orłowski, Bartosz Chrabski, Artur Ziółkowski, Tomasz Deręgowski and Miłosz Kurzawski
  • Building project and project team characteristic for creating hybrid management processes,  Cezary Orłowski, Tomasz Deręgowski, Miłosz Kurzawski, Artur Ziółkowski and Bartosz Chrabski

Session S11: System Architecture & Development

  • Heterogeneous system architecture in education management software,  Wiktor Zychla
  • Service-Oriented Architecture for integration of information systems at data level, Aneta Poniszewska-Maranda and Patryk Wójcik
  • Factors influencing user story estimations: an industrial interview and a conceptual model,  Marek Majchrzak and Lech Madeyski
  • Performance analysis of web application using MySQL, MongoDB and Redis databases, Krzysztof Miśtal, Ziemowit Nowak

Session S12: Testing & Defect prediction

  • Postgraduate Studies on software testing in Poland,  Lucjan Stapp, Adam Roman and Maciej Chmielarz
  • Software metrics in Boa large-scale software mining infrastructure: challenges and solutions,  Agnieszka Patalas, Wojciech Cichowski, Michał Malinka, Wojciech Stępniak, Piotr Maćkowiak and Lech Madeyski
  • How to improve linking between issues and commits for the sake of software defect prediction?,  Tomasz Gawęda, Ewa Nestorowicz, Oskar Wołk, Lech Madeyski and Marek Majchrzak
  • Defect prediction with bad smells in code,  Jaroslaw Hryszko, Lech Madeyski, Marta Dabrowska and Piotr Konopka