On Wednesday I had the pleasure and honor of participating to the seminar on Sustainability and Inclusion in Software Engineering that was organized by NTNU for the celebration of Dr. Patricia Lago. Dr. Lago received an honorary doctorate from NTNU and was visiting us to receive her title. Torgeir Dingsøyr and John Krogstie grabbed the opportunity to organize this seminar. The seminar started with Patricia Lago’s keynote speech, followed by four short position statements. Afterwards the group was divided into work groups to discuss the topics emerging from the talks.
Patricia Lago held the keynote speech titled “Software sustainability: The challenges and opportunities for research and education.” You can find her talk in this You Tube link.
Letizia Jaccheri’s position statement was titled “Future challenges for inclusion in software engineering.” You can find Letizia’s talk in this YouTube link.
My talk was titled “Future challenges for sustainability in digital platforms” where I presented a division of labor view of platforms. You can find my talk in this YouTube link.
Ana Carolina had a talk about her PhD project, which is about “Future challenges for social sustainability.” You can find Ana Carolina’s talk on YouTube.
John Krogstie gave a talk titled “Future challenges when combining environmental and social sustainability” and also gave a short summary of the talks, and introduction to group work. See John’s summary in this YouTube link.