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  • Award winning work in Software Metrics

    [23 Nov 2018] Software metrics is measuring and evaluating different properties of a software to, for example, speed up product development. In the next step, researchers want to apply machine learning and artificial intelligence to the results to maximize the insight provided by software metrics.

  • From Psychology to Applied Data Science - student interview

    [31 Oct 2018] Fionn Delahunty from Ireland found a master's programme in data science that suited him as a student with a BSc degree in psychology.

  • Interview with Jane Cleland-Huang, honorary doctor at the IT Faculty

    [23 Oct 2018] Jane Cleland-Huang, professor in Software Engineering at University of Notre Dame du Lac, Indiana, USA, was awarded the honorary doctorate at the IT Faculty on 19 October. Jane is an eminent researcher in the area of requirements engineering, safety critical systems and traceability.

  • Can AI understand human concepts? Interview with Riccardo Scandariato

    [15 Oct 2018] Riccardo Scandariato's main area of expertise is secure software engineering and privacy, with an emerging focus on artificial intelligence. Can "synthetic co-workers" help create more secure software? And how can autonomous cars understand and follow ethical reasoning? These are some of the questions in Riccardo's research.

  • Intel funds research to investigate major security flaws found in all modern processors

    [26 Sep 2018] At the beginning of 2018, computer security experts discovered that all modern processors have two major security flaws that can be used to access sensitive data, such as password or credit card information. A new research project at the Department of Computer Science and Engineering will investigate how to find and fix similar hardware bugs in the future, funded by a grant from Intel.

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