Stevens Award

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The Stevens Award is a software engineering lecture award given by the Reengineering Forum, an industry association. The international Stevens Award was created to recognize outstanding contributions to the literature or practice of methods for software and systems development. The first award was given in 1995. The presentations focus on the current state of software methods and their direction for the future.[1]

This award lecture is named in memory of Wayne Stevens (1944-1993), a consultant, author, pioneer, and advocate of the practical application of software methods and tools. The Stevens Award and lecture is managed by the Reengineering Forum. The award was founded by International Workshop on Computer Aided Software Engineering (IWCASE), an international workshop association of users and developers of computer-aided software engineering (CASE) technology, which merged into The Reengineering Forum. Wayne Stevens was a charter member of the IWCASE executive board.[1]


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  1. ^ a b "Stevens Award - Stevens Lecture on Software Development Methods". Reengineering Forum. Retrieved 27 October 2013.
  2. ^ "Tony Wasserman - Integrated Innovation Institute - Carnegie Mellon University". Retrieved 25 June 2021.
  3. ^ Sneed, Harry M. (2009-03-24). "Stevens Lecture on Software Development Methods at CSMR 2009". 2009 13th European Conference on Software Maintenance and Reengineering. IEEE Computer Society. pp. 5–6. doi:10.1109/CSMR.2009.69. ISBN 978-1-4244-3755-9. S2CID 30476139.