Thursday 3 July 2014, Delft, the Netherlands. And it’s FREE thanks to our sponsors!
This is for the two sides of the house – those who use spreadsheets to solve their problems, and those who are concerned about the risks introduced by the use of spreadsheets.
Unlike the serious keynotes of previous years, this year begins with, of all things, Excel and Music. It should start the day for us in good humour!
Both the Eusprig day and the SEMS workshop on the 2nd feature Ray Panko on spreadsheet error detection and auditing.
There is also a short demo session on the Thursday where everyone who wants to can present a little demo of their software.
And if that’s not enough, check out the Amsterdam Excel Summit on May 14th.
Delft July 2014 – Spreadsheet Quality Days
Thursday July 3rd
Time Room A: Plenary and Risk track Room B: Building track
9:30 SheetMusic – Thomas Levine
10:00 Financial optimization and long term control of complex real estate projects – Jaap Labrie(sponsored)
10:30 Coffee break
11:00 Spreadsheet development for FP&A : Evolution of a 360 degree approach – Paula Jennings Zero Effort Excel Models – Henk Vlootman
11:30 Exploring the limits of Excel – Eloy Caballero Tony De Jonker – Scenario Tools in Excel
12:00 Mapping of the financial modeling ecosystem in large scale infrastructure projects – Haydn Palliser, Rickard Warnelid Bjoern Stiel – SpreadGit
13:30 The FAST standard – Emily Cowan 13:30 Using XML for data storage and –validation in Excel apps: a plea – Frans Bus
14:00 Spreadsheet Model error experiences – Jack Avon Spreadsheet vs ERP – where does the balance lie? – John Kidd
14:30 Demo track
15:00 Coffee break
15:30 Spreadsheet Inspection (Auditing): Why, How, and How Much? – Ray Panko
16:00 What’s new in Excel 2013 – Steve Kraynak, Leif Brenne
16:45 Closing and drinks
The academics get a special day of their own, July 2nd:
•Birgit Hofer, Dietmar Jannach, Thomas Schmitz, Kostyantyn Shchekotykhin and Franz Wotawa. Tool-supported fault localization in spreadsheets: Limitations of current research practice
•Dietmar Jannach, Thomas Schmitz and Kostyantyn Shchekotykhin. Toward Interactive Spreadsheet Debugging
•Raymond Panko. Improving Methods in Spreadsheet Error Research
•Richard Paige, Dimitris Kolovos and Nicholas Matragkas. Spreadsheets are models too
•Birgit Hofer and Franz Wotawa. On the Usage of Dependency-based Models for Spreadsheet Debugging
•Daniel Kulesz. A Spreadsheet Cell-Type Model for Testing
•Pablo Palma. SBBRENG: Spreadsheet Based Business Rule Engine
•Peter Sestoft. End-user development via sheet-defined functions
•Sohon Roy and Felienne Hermans. Dependence Tracing Techniques for Spreadsheets: An Investigation
•Jácome Cunha, Joao Fernandes, Jorge Mendes, Rui Pereira and João Saraiva. MDSheet – Model-Driven Spreadsheets
•Thomas Levine. Automatically assessing the relevance, quality, and usability of spreadsheets
•Thomas Levine. Sheetmusic: Making music from spreadsheets
•Raymond Panko. Are We Overconfident in Our Understanding of Overconfidence?
•Joeri van Veen and Felienne Hermans. Anonymizing Spreadsheet Data and Metadata with AnonymousXL
•Bas Jansen and Felienne Hermans. Using a Visual Language to Create Better Spreadsheets