Our research team from The Open University’s Software Engineering & Design (‘SEAD‘) research group visited Lero at the University of Limerick (UL) for our annual “away days” research workshop on 17-20 July 2017. The workshop programme included working groups discussing software engineering, security, privacy and digital forensics applications in the areas of health & wellbeing, aviation, policing and adaptive systems. The workshop opened with a keynote by Professor Michel Jackson and closed with a mindfulness session for the attendees. An open research poster sessions also drew visitors from across Lero and UL’s CSIS Department.
Faeq Discusses “Kind Computing”
Faeq Alrimawi joined a panel discussion on “Kind Computing” with other three distinguished panelists (David Bush, Katie Crowely and Eamonn Kennedy), organised by Clare McInerney. Faeq spoke about the need…
Doctor! Doctor! My Smartphone Says I’m Sick!
George Presents ‘Doctor! Doctor! My Smartphone Says I’m Sick!’ at Pint of Science 2017. His presentation revealed that we have way to much information on our phones.
Faeq at Summer School
Faeq attended The 16th International School on Formal Methods for the Design of Computer, Communication and Software Systems: Quantitative Evaluation of Collective Adaptive Systems. The event took place in Bertinoro,…
Liliana shows off her topology demo at the Lero Launch
Liliana presented a demo of “Topology Aware Adaptive Security” at the Lero Launch.
Group Away Days in Limerick
Our research team from The Open University, Software Engineering & Design (‘SEAD‘) research group, visited Lero at the University of Limerick (UL) for our annual “away days” research workshop on…
SPARE Members Present at the NII GRACE Centre Symposium and Workshop
Bashar, Jesus, and Liliana attended the NII GRACE Centre Symposium and Worksop, held in Tokyo on 19-20 December 2017. The workshop on the 19th December focused on software engineering of…