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The SCORE 2009 Contest: Executive Summary

ICSE 2009 in Vancouver will see the first finals of the SCORE Software Engineering Contest.  Teams from all over the world will compete in a competition that is open to students from undergraduate to master’s level. Each team will develop a system chosen from a list and monitored by a committee member. The final deliverable is a report and accompanying system. Evaluation will be based on the quality of all aspects of the software engineering process followed, as well as the outcome.

In order to accommodate all academic calendars, the 2009 SCORE Contest will run from December 2007 to January 2009 with project selection ending in November 2008 and project submission starting in February 2008. Up to 10 finalist teams will be announced in April 2009. One person per finalist team will be paid full expenses to attend ICSE 2009 in Vancouver, May 16-24.

The SCORE Contest is aimed at promoting and fostering software engineering in universities worldwide. The committee consists of members of industry and academia. Each participating team will benefit from the experience of one member, and from being part of an exciting new venture.

  • For further details, read the SCORE Call for Participation.
  • There are also some FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) you can browse.
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Latest News:

  • SCORE 2011 with ICSE 2011 in Hawaii. ICSE 2011

    The website of the second edition of SCORE, organized as part of ICSE 2011 in Waikiki, Honolulu, Hawaii, is now online!

  • (May 25 2009) SCORE has winners!

    • The "overall winner" award goes to: Nikola Tankovic, Sonja Milicic, Danijel Zovic (students at the University of Zagreb in Croatia), Gianluigi Ciambriello, Savino Ordine, and Zafar Bhatti Ahmad (students at Mälardalen University in Sweden) worked on the project BTW: if you go, my advice to you.
    • The "best undergraduate team" award goes to: Kaan Yucer, Mahmud Resid Cizmeci, Ilkay Ozan Kaya, Elif Akan, Fatma Ekici, and Ali Karasu (students at Bogaziçi University in Turkey) who worked on the project Distributed Decision in a Mobile Context.
    • The "Formal Methods Europe (FME)" award for the exploitation of formal methods in project development goes to: Valerio Panzica La Manna, Andrea Tommaso Bonanno, and Alfredo Motta (students at Politecnico di Milano in Italy) worked on the project A Simple Pacemaker Implementation.

  • (April 1 2009) SCORE finalist teams have been announced!

    • Elif Akan, Kaan Yucer, and Fatma Ekici (students at Bogaziçi University in Turkey) worked on the project Distributed Decision in a Mobile Context.
    • Jenis Kavadiya, Avijit Dutta, Farahnaz Yekeh, Rishabh Gupta, Aparna Vijaya, and Sajjad Ali Khan (students at Mälardalen University in Sweden) worked on the project Distributed Decision in a Mobile Context.
    • Valerio Panzica La Manna, Andrea Tommaso Bonanno, and Alfredo Motta (students at Politecnico di Milano in Italy) worked on the project A Simple Pacemaker Implementation.
    • João H. C. Pimentel, Clarissa C. Borba, and Laís Xavier (students at the Federal University of Pernambuco, Brazil) worked on the project BTW: if you go, my advice to you.
    • Nikola Tankovic, Sonja Milicic, Danijel Zovic (students at the University of Zagreb in Croatia), Gianluigi Ciambriello, Savino Ordine, and Zafar Bhatti Ahmad (students at Mälardalen University in Sweden) worked on the project BTW: if you go, my advice to you.
    • Tin Tvrtkovic, Tihomir Bregovic, Josip Labor (students at the University of Zagreb in Croatia), Federico Ciccozzi, Jenny Jutterström, Pablo Santibañez Jara, and Coen Tempelaars (students at Mälardalen University in Sweden) worked on the project GPXCleaner: GPS Path Editing and Simplification.

    The final winners will be selected and announced at the ICSE 2009 conference after evaluating the team presentations. The presentations will take place during the two sessions 14.00--15.30 and 16.00--17.30 on Wednesday, 20 May 2009. Winners will be announced during the 11.00--12.30 session on Friday, 22 May 2009. See the official ICSE 2009 Programme for more details.

  • (February 15 2009) Ten student teams have been selected for the second phase of reviews, based on the submission of full project deliverables.

    • Elif Akan, Kaan Yucer, and Fatma Ekici (students at Bogaziçi University in Turkey) worked on the project Distributed Decision in a Mobile Context.
    • Jenis Kavadiya, Avijit Dutta, Farahnaz Yekeh, Rishabh Gupta, Aparna Vijaya, and Sajjad Ali Khan (students at Mälardalen University in Sweden) worked on the project Distributed Decision in a Mobile Context.
    • Mina Memar, Yasser Tabandeh, Fatemeh Nikoumaram, and Fatemeh Nouri (students at Shiraz University in Iran) worked on the project Distributed Decision in a Mobile Context.
    • Valerio Panzica La Manna, Andrea Tommaso Bonanno, and Alfredo Motta (students at Politecnico di Milano in Italy) worked on the project A Simple Pacemaker Implementation.
    • João H. C. Pimentel, Clarissa C. Borba, and Laís Xavier (students at the Federal University of Pernambuco, Brazil) worked on the project BTW: if you go, my advice to you.
    • Mostafa Pordel, Abhishek Palod, Ta Anand, Beaulah Vineela P, Riasat Abbas, and Nicholas Cockran (students at Mälardalen University in Sweden) worked on the project BTW: if you go, my advice to you.
    • Ramon Ribeiro Rabello, Raphael Freire de Araújo Patrício, and Ricson José Santana (students at the Federal University of Pernambuco, Brazil) worked on the project Distributed Decision in a Mobile Context.
    • Ceren Sivri, Ebutalib Agayev, Enes Yildiz, Mahmut Cengiz Uzuntas, Orhan Ergolu, and Zuhal Cagal (students at Bogaziçi University in Turkey) worked on the project GPXCleaner: GPS Path Editing and Simplification.
    • Nikola Tankovic, Sonja Milicic, Danijel Zovic (students at the University of Zagreb in Croatia), Gianluigi Ciambriello, Savino Ordine, and Zafar Bhatti Ahmad (students at Mälardalen University in Sweden) worked on the project BTW: if you go, my advice to you.
    • Tin Tvrtkovic, Tihomir Bregovic, Josip Labor (students at the University of Zagreb in Croatia), Federico Ciccozzi, Jenny Jutterström, Pablo Santibañez Jara, and Coen Tempelaars (students at Mälardalen University in Sweden) worked on the project GPXCleaner: GPS Path Editing and Simplification.

  • (December 30 2008) Submissions of summary reports are now open here for registered teams. Deadline is January 15, 2009.

  • (November 12 2008) A new section about project evaluation and submission has been added to the FAQ.

  • (July 29 2008) This document provides suggestions and guidelines on how to write SCORE project reports.

  • (June 16 2008)Software Engineering instructor? Check out this page!

  • (May 19 2008) The official

    SCORE Flyer

    SCORE flyer  is available. Print it and display it at your institution!

  • (Dec. 15 2007) Projects are available and team registration is open!


SCORE is sponsored by:

ICSE 2009                               FME

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 26 January 2008 )
 
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