Jesús García Galán has presented the research paper named ‘Modelling and Analysing Highly-Configurable Services’ at the 21st Software Product Lines Conference (SPLC’17), in Seville, Spain. This paper presents contributions to support the decision-making of the so-named Highly-Configurable Services, such those cloud services in the Amazon or the IBM cloud, whose variability make them difficult to manage and configure. SPLC is the main worldwide venue for research contributions on product lines and variability-intensive systems.
Faeq presents his poster at Research Day in NUI Galway
Faeq attended the “6th annual NUI Galway – University of Limerick Alliance Research Day” which took place on April 29th 2016 in the Analog building in UL. He submitted an…
Liliana Presents Evidence Preservation Requirements at ESEC/FSE 2017
Liliana Pasquale presented her paper titled ‘On Evidence Preservation Requirements for Forensic-ready Systems‘ at the 11th Joint Symposium of the European Software Engineering Conference and the Foundations of Software Engineering…
Sorren Presents at SERF 2017
Sorren presented a paper on the ‘Use of Organisational Topologies for Forensic Investigations’ at the 1st International Workshop on Software Engineering and Digital Forensics (SERF) co-located with ESEC/FSE 2017. The…
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.
Liliana Gives Keynote Address at FormaliSE
Liliana Pasquale gave the keynote address at the International Conference on Formal Methods in Software Engineering (FormaliSE 2021), which was co-located with the 43rd International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE),…
Bashar gives Keynote Address at ESEC/FSE in Italy
The keynote was titled, “Software without Boundaries: engineering secure invisible software”.