Impressions from Karl Lieberherr’s Talk on Organizing Software Development Using Competitions

Yesterday, Prof. Karl Lieberherr of Northeastern University gave a talk in FAU’s department of computer science colloquium. His research talk focussed on using semantic games and more specifically side-choosing games for organizing software development by many people, effectively crowdsourcing it. (See here for the original announcement.) Thank you, Karl, for coming by and enriching our academic life! Below, please find some photo impressions. Slides can be found on Karl’s site (local copy).