Research PC Co-Chair Rick Rabiser presenting the main conference tracks in the welcome session of SPLC 2016, the 20th International Software Product Line Conference (September 19-23, Beijing, China).
Our column Monitoring Requirements in Systems of Systems can be found here. Michael Vierhauser also provided a podcast.
Unserem Kollegen Dr. Rick Rabiser wurde die Lehrbefugnis für das Fach “Praktische Informatik” erteilt. Einen Beitrag finden Sie auf der Webseite der JKU. Wir gratulieren herzlich!
Paul Grünbacher was recently interviewed by Informatik Austria. The interview (in German) can be found here.
Andreas Grimmer recently presented the paper “Supporting Program Analysis for Non-Mainstream Languages: Experiences and Lessons Learned” (co-authored by Florian Angerer, Herbert Prähofer and Paul Grünbacher) at SANER 2016, the 23rd IEEE International Conference on Software Analysis, Evolution, and Reengineering. The conference took place from March 14-18 in Osaka, Japan.
Philipp Lengauer and Markus Weninger presented at tutorial (co-authored by Verena Bitto) on “Building a Custom and Efficient Memory Monitoring Tool” at the 7th ACM/SPEC International Conference on Performance Engineering in Delft, Netherlands.
We are happy that our paper “Assessing the Usefulness of a Requirements Monitoring Tool: A Study Involving Industrial Software Engineers” (authors: Rick Rabiser, Michael Vierhauser, and Paul Grünbacher) has been accepted for the Software Engineering in Practice (SEIP) Track of the 38th International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE 2016). The conference will take place in … Continue reading @ICSE SEIP’16
Is it possible to speed up a complex Java application by more than 10% in a few simple steps without changing code? Yes, if you configure your Java VM correctly. One of the most resource-intensive components of a Java VM is the garbage collector (GC) which automatically reclaims unreferenced objects and makes their memory available … Continue reading Read the Dynatrace APM blog
The picture was taken on October 21, 2015 by Michael Kaffenda. Thanks Michael! It shows the current team members (from left to right): Markus Weninger, Herbert Prähofer, Stefan Fitzek, Philipp Lengauer, Jürgen Thanhofer-Pilisch, Birgit Kranzl, Peter Hofer, Daniela Rabiser, Andreas Schörgenhumer, Andreas Grimmer, Verena Bitto, Hanspeter Mössenböck, Florian Angerer, Rick Rabiser, Paul Grünbacher . Peter Feichtinger and Michael … Continue reading New MEVSS Group Picture!
In a recent article analysing 20 years of research on Software Product Lines Rick Rabiser is recognized as one of the 15 most prolific researchers in the field. Congratulations! The article was published in the Information and Software Technology Journal. In the same article, the paper “The DOPLER Meta-Tool for Decision-Oriented Variability Modeling: A Multiple … Continue reading Recognitions