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Papers accepted for the Post-Proceedings of SimScience 2017

29.03.2018
We are happy to announce that our papers Assessing Simulated Software Graphs using Conditional Random Fields, Simulating Software Refactorings based on Graph Transformations, and Transparent Model-Driven Provisioning of Computing Resources for Numerically Intensive Simulations have been accepted for publication in the Post-Proceedings of the Clausthal-Göttingen International Workshop on Simulation Science 2017. The papers present results of ungoing reseach projects in scope of the Simulationswissenschaftliches Zentrum Clausthal-Göttingen (SWZ).

New Course on Practical Software Development in Teams

12.03.2018
In the upcoming summer term, our research group will offer a new course on practical software development in teams. In this course, teams of 4 to 6 students will develop GUI, AR, or VR focused software. Depending on the concrete software project, the students will learn how to use state-of-the-art technologies for either GUI, AR, or VR development, such as Java Swing, HTML/CSS/JavaScript and releated Web frameworks, Unity3D, or the Unreal Engine. In addition, the students shall apply their knowledge on software engineering and software quality assurance including agile development and testing. Hence, the course will offer an insight into real life software projects and all the relevant aspects like self learning, team work, and problem solving.

No office hours of Prof. Grabowski on 08.03.2018

06.03.2018
There will be no office hours of Prof. Grabowski on 8. March 2018. In urgent cases, please contact studiendekanatinformatik [dot] uni-goettingen [dot] de, studienberatungatinformatik [dot] uni-goettingen [dot] de or visit the office of Prof. Grabowski on 9. March 2018 between 9:00 and 10:00 am.

No office hours of Prof. Grabowski on 15.02.2018

07.02.2018
There will be no office hours of Prof. Grabowski on 15. February 2018. In urgent cases, please contact studiendekanatinformatik [dot] uni-goettingen [dot] de or studienberatungatinformatik [dot] uni-goettingen [dot] de.

Later office hours of Prof. Grabowski on 01.02.2018

31.01.2018
The office hours of Prof. Grabowski are from 10:00-12:00 on 01.02.2018.

No office hours of Prof. Grabowski on 25.01.2018

19.01.2018
There will be no office hours of Prof. Grabowski on 25. January 2018. In urgent cases, please contact studiendekanatinformatik [dot] uni-goettingen [dot] de or studienberatungatinformatik [dot] uni-goettingen [dot] de.

Another paper accepted at CLOSER 2018

12.01.2018
We are happy to announce that our paper Comparison and Runtime Adaptation of Cloud Application Topologies based on OCCI was accepted as a short paper at the 8th International Conference on Cloud Computing and Services Science (CLOSER 2018). Within the paper, we define a models at runtime approach that matches the running and desired state of a cloud application topology to perform corresponding adaptation steps.

DFG grant for GAIUS project

03.01.2018
We are happy to announce that the DFG has granted our request for funding for the GAIUS project. The project will run for three years and focus on the usability and maintainability of the AUGUSTUS tool for the annotation of genomic sequences. More details on the project can be found on the project homepage

APSA Workshop at ICSE 2018

03.01.2018

Our group member Steffen Herbold is general chair of the 1st International Workshop on Anti-Patterns for Software Analytics (APSA) held in conjunction with the ICSE 2018. The goal of the workshop is to bring together researchers working on software analytics and discuss which anti-patterns their frequently observe in papers. In this sense, anti-patterns are problems with how experiments and research are conducted leading to weak or invalid findings. Examples may are bad performance indicators, wrong treatment of test data, or lack of statistical tests. 
 
The deadline for submissions is February 5th, 2018. Details regarding the submission can be found on the hompage of the workshop

Journal First Presentation at ICSE 2018

03.01.2018
We are happy to announce that we will present the findings of our our journal article A Comparative Study to Benchmark Cross-project Defect Prediction Approaches at the 40th International Conference on Software Engineering. Within the article, we systematically compare the research on cross-project defect prediction conducted between 2007 and 2015 and find that newer approaches do not really advance the state of the art and that a seldomly considered approach by Camargo Cruz and Ochimizu from 2009 outperforms all others. The presentation will be part of the Journal-First-Conference-Second track of the conference. 

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