Congratulations Sultan and Ellis to your accepted paper: SV-AF – A Security Vulnerability Analysis Framework to be presented at the 27th International Symposium on Software Reliability Engineering
There will be two independent demo/poster sessions to make sure that the people who are presenting a tool/poster have a chance to visit the posters/demos of the other people.
Presentations - Each presentation: Maybe 2-3 slides to introduce your research group (incl. faculty members/students in the group and some research projects (topis) covered by your group) and a 10 minutes presentation given by one of the students from your group reporting on his/her research results.
Topics covered by MOSART: All aspects of Software Engineering!
Below is a list of people/groups who have confirmed their MOSART attendance
3 new publications - Congratulations to all authors in the group (in bold)
Mostafa Erfani, Mohammadnaser Zandi, Juergen Rilling, Iman Keivanloo, "Context-awareness in the software domain—A semantic web enabled modeling approach", The Journal of Systems and Software (2016), http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jss.2016.02.023, pp. 13, IPF:1.381 (PDF)
Sultan S. Alqahtani, Ellis E. Eghan, Juergen Rilling, Tracing known security vulnerabilities in software repositories – A Semantic Web enabled modeling approach, Science of Computer Programming, Available online 4 February 2016, ISSN 0167-6423, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.scico.2016.01.005. 28 pp. IPF: 0.71 (PDF)
Parisa Moslehi, Bram Adams and Juergen Rilling, "On Mining Crowd-based Speech Documentation", The 13th International Conference on Mining Software Repositories (MSR), May 14–15, 2016. Austin, Texas, 10 pp. (PDF)
Stay tuned for some additional announcements very soon.
"The Center is designed to maintain a mechanism whereby the university environment can be used to collectively promote and undertake research, education, technology development, technology transfer, and technological workforce development to innovate and improve best practices in the software engineering domain. The center will become a leading technology innovator, technology incubator, and a center for technology commercialization. The center will raise the level and profile of software engineering research to become a world-renowned and highly regarded software research center. The Center will enable coordinated software engineering research and development as well as education and training of Highly Qualified Personnel to meet the future software workforce needs in the larger Montreal area. From a more visionary perspective, the Center’s goal is to improve the effectiveness and applicability of software engineering processes and resources in order to provided added benefits to organizations and society in general.
The center will encourage collaborative work amongst member researchers through joint supervision, team grant applications, event organization and foster relationships with external and internal researchers with similar interests. As part of this mandate, the center will bring together software engineering researchers, practitioners and other stakeholders from Concordia University, other universities, other research centers and industries through various activities. The center will provide training to students in software engineering research, and engage in technology transfer among the center and industry partners. These activities will include organization of regular technical meetings and annually, larger events such as workshops, conferences, etc. and academia-industry meets.
More details to follow
Edditorial Preface: Bram Adams, Juergen Rilling, " Special Section on Source Code Analysis and Manipulation (SCAM 2013)", Science of Computer Programming (SCP) Journal, Vol. 105 (2015)
After 3 years, a book chapter which we wrote on Ontologies and Bug Quality was finally published: Philipp Schugerl , Juergen Rilling , Philippe Charland, "Enriching SE Ontologies with Bug Quality", Book title: Semantic Web Enabled Software Engineering, Editors: Jeff Z. Pan and Yuting Zhao, Series: Studies on the Semantic Web, Volume 17, ISBN 978-3-89838-692-0 AKA, ISBN 978-1-61499-369-8 IOS Press, 14pp
Office hours schedule and lecture times are posted on my calendar
COMP 354 Introduction to Software Engineering I (undergraduate course)
I am teaching this fall term:SOEN 6431 Software Maintenance and Program Comprehension (graduate course)
I would like to welcome the following new research group members - they all joined in 2014
Rabe Abdalkareem - Ph.D. started January 2014
Ellis Emmanuel Eghan - Ph.D. started May 2014
Parisa Moslehi - Ph.D. started Fall 2014
Mohammadnaser Zandi - M.Sc. started Fall 2014
Ehab Amar - M.Sc. started January 2014
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