Claes Wohlin - Blekinge Institute of Technology (Sweden)
is Professor of Software Engineering and Vice President (Provost) of Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden. Prior to joining BTH in 2000 he held professorships at Lund and Linköping Universities. He is currently Visiting Professor at Chalmers University of Technology in Göteborg. Professor Claes Wohlin received a Ph.D. degree in Communication Systems from Lund University in 1991. Claes Wohlin is the author of two books: Experimentation in Software Engineering: An Introduction and a textbook on software engineering in Swedish. He has published over 150 articles internationally. Since 2001 Professor Wohlin has been co-editor-in-chief of the journal of Information and Software Technology, published by Elsevier. He is on three other editorial boards: Empirical Software Engineering: An International Journal, Software Quality Journal and Requirements Engineering Journal. Claes Wohlin was the recipient of Telenor´s Nordic Research Prize in 2004 for his achievements in software engineering and improvement of reliability for telecommunication systems.
Per Runeson - Lund University (Sweden)
is a professor of software engineering at Lund University and the leader of the Software Engineering Research Group. He is also a Swedish Research Council – funded senior researcher. He received an MSc from Lund University, Sweden in 1991 and a PhD in Software Engineering from the same university in 1998. He has published more than 90 papers in international journals and conferences and is the coauthor of a book on experimentation in software engineering and a book on methodology for master theses in Swedish. Professor Runeson’s research interests include software development methods and processes, particularly verification and validation methods. He’s an editorial board member of the Empirical Software Engineering Journal and Journal of the Association of Software Testing. He’s a senior member of the IEEE.
Martin Höst - Lund University (Sweden)
is associate professor software engineering at Lund University. He received an MSc from Lund University, Sweden in 1992 and a PhD in Software Engineering from the same university in 1999. He has published papers in international journals and conferences and is the coauthor of a book on experimentation in software engineering and a book on methodology for master theses in Swedish. Dr Höst’s main research interests include software process improvement, empirical software engineering, using quantitative and qualitative research, software quality management, and computer simulation of software development processes. In addition to research, Dr Höst is an assistant program leader for the MSc program in Computer Science at Lund University.
International Advanced School of Empirical Software Engineering 2007 - Madrid