Category Archives: research

ACSAC ’18 in Puerto Rico

Hey there! At the beginning of this month, three members of the NISEC group (Nicola, Sohaib and I) traveled to Puerto Rico to escape kaamos present our paper “Side-Channel Analysis of SM2: A Late-Stage Featurization Case Study”. In our paper we … Continue reading

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Valentina Lenarduzzi´s Colloquium on Technical Debt at the University of Milano-Bicocca

Valentina Lenarduzzi has been invited to present her research on “Technical Debt Analysis and Prioritization” at the at the University of Milano-Bicocca. Valentina is currently collaborating with prof. Francesca Arcelli Fontana on Technical Debt focusing on architectural issues role such … Continue reading

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SEFI2018 – Nothing is rotten in the state of Denmark

In September I had a chance to visit the European Society for Engineering Education or SEFI2018 conference: “Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship for Engineering Education Excellence”. There were 164 papers, 20 workshops, 365 delegates in the conference. The venue DTU (Danmarks Tekniske Universitet) … Continue reading

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Andrea Janes Colloquium on “Non-distracting, Continuous Collection of Software Development Process Data.”

At the Laboratory of Pervasive Computing, we were honored to receive another international speaker in our colloquium series this year. Andrea Janes assistant professor presented his ongoing research at the Free university of Bolzano-Bozen (Italy).  Specifically, his research interests include continuous monitoring of software … Continue reading

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Davide Taibi’ Colloquium on Microservices at the ZHAW Zurich University of Applied Sciences

Davide Taibi has been invited to present his research on Cloud Software Engineering at the Service Prototyping Lab of the ZHAW Zurich University of Applied Sciences. Colloquium on “Microservice migration: motivations, patterns and antipatterns” He presented the research carried out … Continue reading

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Project GloFuMe 2014-2018

We are starting a new series, “Project of the day”, where we will weekly introduce a research project underway at the Pervasive Computing lab. First up is an Academy of Finland project GloFuMe, which is just ending.   GloFuMe stands … Continue reading

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Kactus2 version 3.6.0 released

Kactus2 version 3.6.0 has been released.  In the latest version we have complemented the graphical editing options with a command-line interface for batch jobs and repeated generation tasks.  We also expanded support for view-specific component configurations in pursuit for better … Continue reading

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Training School @ Azores

Hello terve moi everybody! This year, we (the “Pervs” as we call ourselves) went to Azores for a training school. The Training School on Cryptanalysis of Ubiquitous Computing Systems took place in São Miguel, Azores. The training focus was on theoretical … Continue reading

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Ph.D. and Postdoc position(s) in the Software Engineering research group

We are looking for excellent applicants in Cloud Software Engineering, having a strong background and willing to work on the following topics: Microservices and Cloud Native Architectures Software quality, design & evolution Software analytics Mining software repositories Software & information … Continue reading

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Person of the Day: University Teacher Sakari Lahti

Hailing from Kokkola, my story at TUT begins back in 1997 when I came here to study physics. I graduated in 2002 but soon understood that I would never be the next Einstein. Therefore, in 2008 I decided to switch … Continue reading

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