Chair of Software Engineering

The Chair of Software Engineering is headed by Prof. Dr. Samuel Kounev. Our research is aimed at developing novel methods, techniques and tools for the engineering of dependable and efficient software systems. Our major focus areas include: software design, modeling and architecture-based analysis; systems benchmarking, monitoring and experimental analysis; and autonomic and self-aware systems management. Our research is inspired by the vision of Self-Aware Computing Systems, designed with integrated online prediction and proactive self-adaptation capabilities, used to enforce quality-of-service requirements in a cost- and energy-efficient manner.

News

20.07.14 – New PhD: Dr. Nikolaus Huber

Nikolaus Huber received his PhD. Congratulations!

20.07.14 – New PhD: Dr. Fabian Brosig

Fabian Brosig received his PhD. Congratulations!

08.07.14 – Keynote Presentation at QEST 2014

Our latest research on quantitative evaluation of service dependability in shared execution environments will be presented at the 11th Intl. Conference on Quantitative Evaluation of SysTems (QEST 2014) as part of FLORENCE 2014 - a joint scientific event of FORMATS 2014, QEST 2014, SAFECOMP 2014, EPEW 2014 and FMICS 2014.

07.07.14 – RELATE ITN Multi-Skills Training Camp

The 5th Multi-Skills Training Camp (MSTC) of the RELATE Marie Curie Initial Training Network, coordinated by Samuel Kounev, was held in the premises of the University of Rennes 1, France from 25 to 27 June 2014, and hosted by the Inria Rennes – Bretagne Atlantique Research Centre.