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Interaction Series

06 March 2017 Author :  

The software systems center is organizing a series of interactions with key IT/Software industry leaders. The aim of  the presentations is to provide a platform  where research meets industry. In these presentations the guests  discuss challenges, progress and status on pressing Software/IT industry issues. The researchers identify research gaps and partner with the industry to address these gaps. The guests are carefully selected based on exposure and practical experiences. The first presentation is by:

Mr Vijay Kamumuru - Managing Director of Sybyl Ltd (formerly Computer Point LTD),

10th March 2017 @ 11 am SCIT Conference Room (Block A). 

If you want to improve your understanding of IT/Software Industry, if you are looking for practical research problems in IT/Software, if you arelooking for industry partners in IT/Software or if your looking for something related to software/IT/Research and industry then be there on 10th March 2017.

About the Software Systems Center (SSC)- The software systems center (formerly Software Engineering Research Group) is research outfit that seeks to conduct empirical/practical research & innovations in the areas of software engineering and related disciplines. Empirical research is based on actual industry practice and therefore  SSC has strong and continues to build strong industry partnerships  of mutual interest. Please find SSC  at  CIT,  Block B, Level 3 for more details.

We are aiming at manageable audiences to facilitate in-depth discussions between researchers and the industry leaders. Please confirm your attendance by replying to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. such that we can plan for you. Thank you.

  • Event Time: 10th March 11:00 am
  • School: College of Computing & IS

    SCIT Conference Rm, Block A

Charles Funa

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