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  • JMScCSE - Meetings & Workshops
    In March 2006 European Software Institute ESI reviewed our curriculum Their general conclusion is as follows Overall we think that the contents and distribution of the curriculum are reasonably well adapted to the current needs of European software industry page 21 The Joint MSc Curriculum in Software Engineering comprises an ambitious and determined effort We foresee that its implementation will allow many students to learn about current software engineering theory and practice and become competent members of the profession page 27 Based on their review a second release of the curriculum was made 6 Dissemination and sustainability ESI assessed our curriculum Adoption procedures by institutions Novi Sad Curriculum formally adopted at the Faculty level in March 2006 and at the University level in April 2006 there is no accreditation board at the moment in Serbia Skopje Curriculum formally adopted at the Faculty level on April 27 2006 Still pending University level National accreditation board 2 Defined curriculum 5 Implementation of curriculum Production of new teaching materials is under way for 6 core modules and 6 optional modules current state restricted Retraining activities started Equipment installed 3 New teaching materials Dissemination activities Sustainability activities 6 Dissemination and sustainability Reviews within the

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  • JMScCSE - Meetings & Workshops
    site navigation footer site information Project less formally Pictures Current weather Map This page contains links to some less formal but still useful artifacts of our project Pictures Current weather

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  • JMScCSE - Documents
    on this page site navigation footer site information Mirrors The following are mirror sites of this site Belgrade http rti etf bg ac yu rti projekti tempusmirror index html Skopje

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  • JMScCSE - Project summary
    807 SCG Subject area T530 Information Technology Computer Science and Software Engineering Total estimated grant from Tempus 372 407 00 Euro Co financing 20 000 00 Euro Grantholder Mr BOTHE KLAUS HUMBOLDT UNIVERSITAET Unter den Linden 6 10099 Berlin Germany Phone 49 30 20933007 Fax 49 30 20933010 Email bothe informatik hu berlin de Co ordinator Mr BUDIMAC ZORAN UNIVERSITY OF NOVI SAD Trg Dositeja Obradovica 4 21000 Novi Sad

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  • JMScCSE - Project background
    FYR Macedonia later on SKO Univ of Novi Sad Serbia and Montenegro later on NS Univ of Belgrade Serbia and Montenegro later on BEG Univ of Ni Serbia and Montenegro later on NI and two individual experts Prof Ioan Jurca Timisoara Romania and Prof Stanimir Stojanov Plovdiv Bulgaria Previous cooperation between consortium members The consortium mostly originated from a successful DAAD Stability pact project 2000 2003 that involved 10 universities of 7 countries in creation of a joint undergraduate SE course and research in reverse engineering Participants that were most active in the educational part of that project form a basis of this consortium Moreover mutual collaboration between NS BEG NI and SKO has got a long history in different areas including undergraduate and graduate education and mobility of teachers Individual collaboration between NS and BER and NS and LEI lasts for more than 10 years in education and research Presentation of the consortium EU members BER LEI and BIL have a significant background experience and expertise in undergraduate and graduate studies in SE as well as in research in SE In addition BER has a previous experience in leading the international project in creating a joint undergraduate course in SE as a cooperation of 10 universities of 7 countries DAAD Stability Pact LEI has a strong research component in SE and its graduate studies include the following directions all of which are parts of SE Distributed Systems Integration Industrial Data Modelling Information Systems Management and Information Technology and Management Science Particular expertise includes formal methods in SE and requirements engineering in SE BIL is one of the first universities in Spain teaching a Master Course on Software Engineering since 1993 and is also known for its innovative teaching initiatives successfully exposed in national and international meetings At present BIL is also conducting an ambitious educational transition program to meet Bologna requirements at medium term Members from partner countries SCG Consortium members from SCG NS BEG NI have the longest history in teaching informatics and teaching SE at undergraduate level in SCG Recently all three institutions offered also old fashioned graduate studies with a direction towards SE Start of the reform of undergraduate and graduate studies according to Bologna declaration is a requirement for all universities in SCG until 2007 Besides that NS BEG and NI are strongly devoted to this process Implementation of this project proposal is therefore in full compliance to the long term needs and policies of beneficiary partners countries educational goals and needs of labour market NS employs around 50 persons of teaching staff of high information technology skills Most speak English while some also speak German and French It enrolls 120 students of informatics and 80 students of mathematics every year and has several laboratories with total of 50 PCs spanning from very old 386 based PCs to more modern based on PIII processors The level of employment is nearly 100 but the average undergraduate study period is 6 to 7 years Studies officially last

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  • JMScCSE - Project representatives' meeting
    September 21 22 2004 Goals To provide the most important information to the Tempus project representatives on administration and the rules of Tempus projects Participants Project representatives of projects selected by Tempus in 2003 Our representatives were Klaus Bothe Berlin and Zoran Budimac Novi Sad Results Many questions answered many additional asked Agenda General Information on EC Tempus grants and actions On grant agreement Reporting on outcomes and activities Examples

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  • JMScCSE - Kick-off meeting
    institutions contact persons SE state M Sc study principles 1 Z Budimac University of Novi Sad Dept of mathematics and informatics 2 H Zedan De Montfort University SRT laboratory and UK quality issues 3 A del Moral University of Deusto Faculty of Engineering 4 K Bothe Humboldt University Dept of Informatics General Tempus issues 5 K Bothe Statistics on Tempus selection in 2003 6 Z Budimac Report on a Project

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  • JMScCSE - 1st workshop
    documents in HTML but differently organized can be also found here general principles and here modules Workshop organization principles 1 Breadth first organization of the workshop First we go through all the issues i e through all points of the agenda leaving unclear topics decisions for the second third pass This would give us the chance to cover more issues per time unit and would leave us enough time to additionally clarify unresolved issues An alternative would be to go depth first issue by issue and move further only when everything is resolved in previous issue This might be dangerous 2 Previous preparation of all participants The work will be organized around the working material prepared and distributed in advance that would be also presented over a beam projector to all of us by Klaus Bothe and or Zoran Budimac That will be the basis for the discussion moderated also by Klaus Bothe and Zoran Budimac In other words we will not have formal and explicit presentations ex catedra we will not have the time for it 3 Results of the preparation to be sent in advance All participants formulate a written statement in Word format to be sent by email before October 13 2005 to all participants The written statement should consists of short and clear observations that should address all important aspects of curriculum as given in this agenda and forthcoming working materials Zoran Budimac will collect and preprocess this material for the workshop Agenda in detail 0 Klaus Bothe Introduction Goals of the project and of the meeting project history Goal To provide all consortium members with the necessary informations 1 Task Mission and Structure of the curriculum Goal to reach understanding as well as formal and final agreement of the project consortium on all general curriculum issues although many of these issues have been already agreed Preparation All participants review this part of the draft curriculum and formulate a written statement in Word format to be sent by email before October 13 2005 to all participants 2 Module List of the Curriculum Goal To review the current list of modules and their distribution over semesters To define the value of each module ECTS and the election policy of modules Shall we form strands or not how we can include local expertise and existing modules at SEE universities In order to have a more focused discussion we should also analyze the list of modules with respect to a declared learning outcomes of the studies b needs of local industry finances web GIS and c declared necessity for having enough practical skills in our studies Preparation All participants review this part of the draft curriculum working material to be sent soon and formulate a written statement in Word format to be sent by email before October 13 2005 to all participants 3 Issues related to beneficiary institutions a chances for the curriculum to be accepted by the home university b relation to undergraduate reforms and how can we

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