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FBK´s role in the SUPERSEDE project


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Fondazione Bruno Kessler (FBK) is a non-profit research foundation established by the Autonomous Province of Trento and inheriting the activities of Istituto Trentino di Cultura (ITC), which was based on the ideas of Bruno Kessler, a long-time member of the local government and founder of the University of Trento.
In this presentation you will find out more about FBK and its role in the SUPERSEDE project

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FBK´s role in the SUPERSEDE project

  1. 1. About FBK… Anna Perini Project Coordinator FBK-ICT Center Via Sommarive, 18, I-38123 Povo Email:
  2. 2. 2 FBK – Research Centers Humanities Area
  3. 3. 3 Staff: 240 people Profile: - 110 researchers - 60 technologists - 70 PhD students Excellence – H-index: > 40: 3 researchers > 30: 9 researchers > 20: 16 researchers Center for Information and Communication Technology – Key Figures
  4. 4. 4 23 units grouped in 3 research lines and 3 high impact initiatives Organizational Structure
  5. 5. 5 SE (Software Engineering) The Software Engineering Research Unit aims at investigating two strategic areas of software development: Requirements Analysis and testing • Goal oriented requirements for complex socio-technical systems • Risk analysis in open source adoption • Regulatory compliance • Automated reasoning for RE Process and Product Quality Goal of the SE unit is to develop methodologies and tools that support requirements analysis and testing, to ensure high quality software production • Reverse engineering and re- engineering • Software protection • Test case generation • Web testing
  6. 6. 6 Other SE projects SEAC started the reengineering of their software system from the current platform (Cobol/ISAM) to the .NET platform with Microsoft SQL Server. The objective of this project is to support such reengineering effort, by means of automated and innovative tools. ASPIRE (Advanced Software Protection: Integration, Research and Exploitation) is a European FP7 project (n. 609734), funded under the theme ICT-2013.1.5 (Trustworthy ICT). ASPIRE establishes trustworthy software execution on untrusted mobile platforms that have a persistent or occasional network connection to a trusted entity at their disposal. RISCOSS (Managing Risk and Costs in Open Source Software Adoption) is a European FP7 project (n.318249). RISCOSS offers novel risk identification, management and mitigation tools and methods for community-based and industry-supported Open Source Software (OSS) development, composition and life cycle management to individually, collectively and collaboratively manage OSS adoption risks.
  7. 7. 7 SE - PEOPLE Researchers: Paolo Tonella (head) Anna Perini (senior) Angelo Susi Mariano Ceccato Roberto Tiella PhD Students: Matteo Biagiola Jacek Dabrowski Biniam Fisseha Dimissie Gunel Jahangirova Postdocs: Denisse Munante Fitsum Meshesha Kifetew
  8. 8. 8 Project Management Group (PMG) Founded in January 2013, helps researchers in all the phases of the project life cycle
  9. 9. 9 PMG - PEOPLE Project Managers: Matteo Gerosa (Head) Silvia Valentini Junior Project Managers: Danilo Giampiccolo Pamela Forner Serena Bressan
  10. 10. 10 Ø Plays the role of project coordinator Ø Leads WP3 on methods and tools for decision support, and in particular T3.3, being the main contributor to the research and development of the tool components on decision making processes by leveraging on its extensive experience in decision making and automated reasoning techniques Ø Leads WP8 (project management), coordinating the project’s organisational, administrative and financial aspects, and carrying on quality assessment and risk management FBK IN SUPERSEDE (1)
  11. 11. 11 FBK also participates to all the other packages, with substantial contribution to: Ø WP1: participates in all the three tasks by bringing its competence on user feedback management and on argumentation-based user feedback platforms Ø WP2: leads T2.3, conducting research and developing the part of the analysis tools devoted to multi-modal feedback, and has a major role in T2.5, contributing with research on techniques for the combined analysis of feedback and data at support of decision makers Ø WP4: leads T4.3, conducting research and developing tools to reconfigure feedback gathering depending on the decisions taken in WP3, and contributes to T4.1 Ø WP5: provides technical support for the integration of the tool components Ø WP6: provides support for the use-case validation of WP3 components FBK IN SUPERSEDE (2)