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Presentation of Software Study at IDI/NTNU


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Presentation of Software Study at IDI/NTNU

  1. 1. SOFTWAREOg Spill Teknologi Letizia Jaccheri
  2. 2. The Software Program Focus User Developer organisation organisation Topics Process og Method Development Quality and and impl. in org. improvement Usability Technology Integration Components Open source Open source
  3. 3. Information System GroupJohn Atle Gulla Pieter Toussaint John Krogstie Guttorm Sindre Eric Monteiro Dag Svanæs Hallvard Trætteberg Øystein Nytrø Terje Rydland Sobah Petersen Laura Slaughter Babak Farshchian
  4. 4. Professor John Krogstie krogstie@idi.ntnu.noResearch areas:• Model-based ICT-systems – Enterprise and Process modeling – Active Knowledge Modelling (AKM) – Quality of models -SEQUAL• Mobile information systems – • WirelessTrondheim Living Lab• eGovernmentExamples of project/master thesis topics (some in co-operation with private organizations or public institutions)• Location-based services in Wireless Trondheim – e.g. Work related to CampusGuiden• Holistic modelling language• Application of Active Knowledge Modelling - LinkedDesign• Quality of modelling approaches
  5. 5. Professor Guttorm SindreResearch areas:• Requirements engineering – Security requirements – Interoperability and mobility• Threat modelling – Misuse cases, mal-activity diagrams• Conceptual model qualityProject/master thesis topics• Evaluation of requirements techniques• Requirements for mobile information systems
  6. 6. Professor Eric Monteiro ericm@idi.ntnu.noResearch areas/method: Always (qualitative) empirical• IKT og helse i u-land• Organisational implementation of IS• Integrated systems – in practice• Health informaticsProject/master thesis topics• Introduction of electronic chart - St. Olav• Integrated operations • Statoil• Knowledge sharing in open source UBIS
  7. 7. Professor Dag Svanæs dags@idi.ntnu.noResearch areas:• HCI• Health informaticsProject/master thesis topics• Activity based computing - Open source• Hallway usability - St.Olav / NSEP• HCI return of investment - Telenor Fornebu UBIS
  8. 8. Øystein NytrøEvicare: Leanclinical decisionsupport architecturefor evidence-basedhealthcare inhospitalsKeeping patients outof hospital:Harvestingtopics within knowledgeMaster thesis andmapping individualrepresentation, search/informationpatient & machine learning.extraction trajectoriesCollaboration with researchers,between specialist government.clinicians, IT-industry andand primary care.
  9. 9. Pieter Toussaint• Research areas: – Work process support – Computer-mediated communication• Important application domain: – Health• Projects: COSTT and CoCoCo
  10. 10. PhysicalEvents Physical
  11. 11. Adj. Assoc. Prof. Sobah Abbas Petersen, sap@idi.ntnu.noResearch areas:• Mobile and Ubiquitous Learning• Serious Games• Enterprise ModellingCourses:TDT4252, TDT4290Project/master thesis topics• SIMOLA – Situated Mobile Language Learning• Mobile games for language learning• Mobile app for learning about art in public spaces• Visual Modelling and personalized views
  12. 12. Software Engineering GroupLetizia Jaccheri Reidar Conradi Monica Divitini Torbjørn Skramstad Tor Stålhane Alf Inge Wang Torgeir Dingsøyr Parastoo Mohagheghi Lillian Røstad Ekaterina Prasolova-Førland Gunnar Brataas
  13. 13. Prof. Reidar Conradiconradi@idi.ntnu.noSoftware Engineering:• Smart Grids• Software Architecture Visualization• Software Development Collaboration• Software Components – Defect and change analysisProject/master thesis topics• Tools Implementation• Case study of OSS and Company-based projects
  14. 14. Professor Tor Stålhane, Research areas: • Software process improvement – Post mortem analysis – Software metrics • Software safety and reliability – Safety analysis – Reliability modeling • Risk analysisProject/master thesis topicsTesting – strategy and analysisSafety analysis and traceability in safety criticalsystemsSystem requirementOutsourcing
  15. 15. Projects and master thesis (Stålhane)• Testing – strategy and analysis – Random testing and the oracle problem – Risk based testing – Embedded unit testing for microcontrollers – Performance testing for medical systems• Safety analysis – Hazard description and semi-automatic analysis – Tool support for traceability in systems development• System requirements – Boilerplate requirements – The importance of domain knowledge• Outsourcing and software quality
  16. 16. • Project: Tool support for Android application development (Aad): Eclipse or Processing a comparison. • Project: 3D augmented reality applications for • RA Software engineering immersive visitor book experience in libraries • Results: Android app example; • RA: Technology for creativity and culture Descriptive statistics about different • Results: a tested XVR 3D application for the MUBIL tools for Aad. project with focus on augmented books • Working method: programming, testing • Working method: • Theory courses: TDT69, TDT71 programming, analysis of open project information • Theory courses: TDT10, TDT48 • Project: open source software and creativity • RA: Technology for creativity and culture • Results: Planning, running, and evaluation of creativity workshops (hacker space) with open source software and hardware • Working method: development of examples, workshop organization, analysis of collected data, EU LGRU • Theory courses: TDT10, TDT69Prof. Letizia
  17. 17. Prof. Monica Divitini, A service-centric, user-driven viewResearch areas:• Cooperation Technologies• Mobile and ubiquitous computing Supporting cooperation among mobile users• Pervasive Social media• Collaborative Serious gamesCourses: A device-centric, technology-driven viewTDT4245, TDT29, IT2901Check: teseolab.orgProject/master thesis available• MIRROR: Reflective learning@work• FABULA: learning in the city• CoCreat: Creativity in learning• Games and storytelling in museums• Games for emergency work• Embodied social interaction
  18. 18. Professor Alf Inge Wangalfw@idi.ntnu.noResearch areas:• Game technology• Game-based learning/training• Social gaming• Software architecture• Software engineeringProject/master thesis topics• Develop/explore new game technology• Develop/explore new game concepts• Apply games to new domains
  19. 19. Associate professor Ekaterina Prasolova-Førland• Research interests: – 3D virtual worlds for education and training – 3D visualizations – Serious games• Project/master thesis topics – Virtual Campus of NTNU in Second Life – "Discover NTNU" game for international students – Simulations/games (3D) for professional and military training