Our department is responsible for research and education in the advanced techniques for building reliable component-based software especially in the field of distributed and dependable systems, spanning from smart cyber-physical systems and IoT to cloud-based backends. Our research comprises advanced software architectures, adaptation, model-driven development, model-based testing, formal verification of software, performance measurement and modeling.
The vision pursued by our department is that of high-quality scientific research with strong industrial relevance, with the aim to enable rapid and cost-efficient production of complex and reliable software systems. To achieve this vision, our department actively collaborates on the national and international level with both academic and industrial partners.
A guide to design uncertainty-aware self-adaptive components in Cyber–Physical Systems
has been accepted to Future Generation Computer Systems.
Summarization of branching loops
has been accepted to Proceedings of the 37th ACM/SIGAPP Symposium on Applied Computing.
Using linear algebra in decomposition of Farkas interpolants
has been accepted to International Journal on Software Tools for Technology Transfer.