Agile Software Assessment

Date Mon, 2014-03-24 10:30
Location G017

On monday, march 24th we welcome a guest at our university -- Dr. Mircea Lungu an expert in software evolution. Dr. Lungu will explain how state-of-the-art software engineering tools can be used to quickly and effectively analyse complex software systems, ecosystems, and software repositories. As assessment of existing software systems is becoming an essential part of Software Engineering we hereby invite you to this lecture; details are provided below.

When ?
Monday, March 24th, 2014
10:30 to 11:30

Where ?
Campus Middelheim - room G.017

What ?

Agile Software Assessment

Agile Software Assessment (ASA) is a research project which aims to enable software developers to quickly and effectively analyse complex software systems, ecosystems, and software repositories by giving them the tools to construct, query, visualise and manipulate software models at all levels of abstraction. In this talk I will provide an overview of the project and zoom in into some of the latest results we obtained in the four tracks of the project: meta-tooling, agile modelling, large scale software analysis, and architectural monitoring. 

Who ?

Dr. Mircea F. Lungu is a researcher at the Software Composition Group at the University of Berne. He works closely with Prof. Oscar Nierstrasz and the members of the software composition group. His research interests are in software engineering, software evolution, ecosystem analysis, programming languages, and mobile applications.
He received his PhD from the University of Lugano, with Michele Lanza as advisor and my engineer degree from the Polytechnic University of Timişoara, with a thesis supervised by Radu Marinescu and Tudor Girba. He was as a visiting researcher at IBM TJ Watson Research Center in NY with Wim De Pauw.