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MEVSS Forum

MEVSS Forum November 24, 2016 Research Reports Requirements-based Monitoring and Diagnosis of Systems of Systems (Rick Rabiser) Application Performance Management Memory Monitoring (Philipp Lengauer) Lock Contention Monitoring (Peter Hofer) Multi-Modeling and Evolution in Software Ecosystems Feature Modeling in Industrial Software Ecosystems (Daniela Rabiser) Configuration-aware Program Analysis (Florian Angerer) Tool Demonstrations REMINDS: REquirements Monitoring INfrastructure for … Continue reading MEVSS Forum

Congratulations, Peter!

On November 10, 2016 Peter Hofer defended his dissertation to earn his doctoral degree! Congratulations! Special thanks goes to all members of the committee: The picture shows (from left to right): Armin Biere (head of the committee), Rene Mayrhofer (committee member), Walter Binder (external assessor, University of Lugano) and Hanspeter Mössenböck (supervisor).

Contribute to MoLS’17!

Sam Guinea, Wilhelm Hasselbring, Rick Rabiser, and Michael Vierhauser are organizing the MoLS’17 workshop on Monitoring in Large-Scale Software Systems. The meeting will take place in conjunction with the 8th ACM/SPEC International Conference on Performance Engineering (ICPE 2017) in L’Aquila, Italy from April 22-26, 2017.

IEEE Student Paper Contest 2016

Jürgen Thanhofer-Pilisch (former student researcher in Research Module 1; 1st from right) and Andreas Schörgenhumer (student researcher in Research Module 3; 2nd from right) were nominees of the IEEE Student Paper Contest 2016. Congratulations! The award was sponsored by our industry partner Primetals Technologies.

SPLC 2016

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).

Habilitation Rick Rabiser

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!