Seminar by Prof. Stefano Salsano

Date: February 2, 11:15 am, GSSI Library Room Speaker: Prof. Stefano Salsano, University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy Title: Towards superfluid Network Function Virtualization (NFV) Abstract: Network Softwarization is an overall trend that is changing the way in which communication networks are designed, implemented, deployed and run. The Network Function Virtualization (NFV) paradigm is an […]

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Seminar by Dr. Andre B. Bondi

Date: December 7, 3pm, GSSI Room B Speaker: Dr. Andre B. Bondi Title: Predicting the Time to Migration into Deadlock for a Performance Antipattern Using a Discrete Time Markov Chain Abstract: When processes join a common FCFS queue to acquire or release resources in an object pool of fixed size, deadlock occurs if the process […]

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Seminar by Heinz Schmidt

Date: November 22, 2pm, GSSI Main Lecture Hall Speaker: Prof Dr.-Ing. Heinz Schmidt, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia Title: Modeling and analysis of software-intensive cyberphysical systems Abstract: In this talk I will give an overview of work on large industrial and eResearch systems in our software engineering research group. These systems are typically cyberphysical and cloud-enabled. […]

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Seminar by Ricardo J. Rodríguez, University of Zaragoza, Spain

Date: October 18, 11am, GSSI Room B Speaker: Ricardo J. Rodriguez, University of Zaragoza, Spain Title: Extracting WinAPI Call Graphs for Inferring Malicious Behaviours Abstract: The number of incidents related to cyberattacks is increasing rapidly, accordingto numerous numerous software security vendors during last years. In this regard, malicious software specially crafted to proliferate in PC […]

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Seminar by Prof. L. A. Gąsieniec from University of Liverpool

Speaker: Prof. L.A. Gąsieniec (University of Liverpool) Title: Deterministic Majority/Plurality Consensus Protocols Where: GSSI (Main Lecture Hall) When: Tue 27/09/2016, 15:00-16:00 Abstract: We study space-optimal population protocols for several variants of the majority and plurality consensus problems. We start with an important amendment allowing majority population protocols to report equality if neither of the original […]

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Seminar by Juan De Lara and Esther Guerra

Title: Constructing Domain Specific Modelling Languages for Model Driven Engineering. When: 21/07/2016 11:00 am Where: Room B Abstract: Model-Driven Engineering (MDE) is a Software Engineering paradigm that promotes an active use of models and transformations throughout all phases of software development. Hence, models are used to specify, test, simulate and generate code for the final […]

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