IEEE Computer Society TCSE Awards

Current Award Process

The call for nominations for the 2020 TCSE awards is now available:

2020 IEEE Computer Society TCSE Awards Call for Nominations

 


Awards History

Software Center – Chalmers University, Sweden The Software Center was formed in 2011 as a collaboration around large scale software engineering with Ericsson, AB Volvo, Volvo Car Corporation, Saab Electronic Defence Systems, University of Gothenburg and Chalmers University of Technology as founding partners. Today, the center has 11 partner companies…
Bernd Bruegge – Technical University of Munich, Germany Prof. Bruegge has contributed to software engineering education for three decades with his pioneering leadership in education. He has been offering project courses and capstone courses in software engineering regularly for 30 years at TUM and CMU and has been invited to…
Barbara Kitchenham – Keele University, UK Professor Kitchenham has long been a champion for methodological rigour in the conduct of software engineering research, and founded the international field of evidence-based software engineering with its use of the systematic review, as a means of strengthening the quality of research findings in…
LERO – Limerick, Ireland Lero’s outstanding collaborative research (spanning universities and industry), Lero’s strong track record of research commercialization and technology transfer (e.g., 39 Patents, 26 Invention Disclosures, 8 Commercial Licences, and two spin-offs: Logentries and Nova Leah), Lero’s unique Professional Doctoral Engineering (PDEng) program enhancing industry and community capabilities,…
Václav Rajlich Wayne State University Detroit, USA Not only a most active researcher in software evolution, Václav Rajlich founded the IEEE International Conference on Program Comprehension (ICPC) and pioneered the IEEE International Conference on Software Maintenance and Evolution (ICSME), two of the oldest conferences in their field, with high and…
Tom Zimmerman – Microsoft Research, USA Tom Zimmerman’s leadership role in all the major software engineering conferences (ICSE, ICSME, FSE, ASE, and MSR), his tremendous amount of commitment to software engineering research (e.g., through organizing many workshops and Dagstuhl seminars), and his significant professional services (e.g., the EiC of the…
Carlo Ghezzi – Politecnico di Milano, Italy Carlo Ghezzi’s pioneering leadership in education for four decades (e.g., through the development of a curriculum in software engineering in the mid 1980’s, his famous software engineering text book published in 1991) and his exceptional mentorship for many graduate students who became the…
Barbara Ryder – Virginia Tech, USA Barbara Ryder’s pioneering leadership in education over three decades to the fields of Programming Languages and Software Engineering (e.g., through her foundational work on pointer alias analysis, dataflow analysis, and effective code instrumentation), her exceptional advocacy and enduring mentorship for women at all levels…
Presented to Vio Onut representing IBM CAS BM CAS, founded at the IBM Toronto Lab, has initiated and sustained software engineering research partnerships for over 25 years. Its steady efforts with the CASCON annual conference has fostered a large, diverse, and vibrant research community, leading to collaborative projects, innovative technology,…
David Garlan Carnegie Mellon University Pittsburgh, USA David Garlan led the evolution of the Carnegie Mellon University Master of Software Engineering program, which has become a significant influence in curriculum guidelines endorsed by ACM, IEEE CS, and INCOSE. This program is an international benchmark, inspiring many similar efforts. He established…
Mary Shaw Carnegie Mellon University Pittsburgh, USA Beyond Mary Shaw’s sustained leadership and excellence in software engineering education over four decades, she has been an outstanding role model for women at all levels in science, engineering, and technology. Her keynotes at numerous events, such as at ICSE and the Grace…
Presented to Microsoft Research Redmond, USA In recognition of their worldwide impact on software engineering research for the past 25 years, their role as an open research institution that influenced hundreds of students and faculty members every year, their collaborations with academia toward common research goals, their research artifacts in…
Paul Klint CWI Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Hausi A. Müller University of Victoria Victoria, Canada In recognition of his consistent and outstanding contributions to the software engineering research and professional community in over three decades, his service on various IEEE CS boards, his organization of top software engineering conferences, and his founding of organizations that brought researchers,…
Nancy Mead Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute (SEI) Pittsburgh, USA
Timothy C. Lethbridge University of Ottawa Ottawa, Canada In recognition of his outstanding contributions to software engineering education through leadership roles in curriculum development, his dissemination of software engineering education ideas through conferences and committees, his chairing of the CSEET steering committee, and his advancing of software engineering education through…
Eleni Stroulia University of Alberta Edmonton, Canada In recognition of her strong advocacy and enduring mentorship for women at all levels in science, engineering, and technology through a wide array of activities (e.g., in WISEST, high-school outreach, summer camps) and her initiative in organizing communities of individuals dedicated to promote…
Fraunhofer Institute Experimental Software Engineering (IESE) Kaiserslautern, Germany
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