Sape Research Group
Faculty of Informatics
University of Lugano (USI)
Via Giuseppe Buffi 13
+41 58 666 4298 (phone)
+41 58 666 4536 (fax)
For an up-to-date view of my research activities, check out the web site of Sape, the Software and Programmer Efficiency Research Group.
I am interested in the area between programming languages, runtime systems, and software engineering, with a focus on the efficiency of software, its users, and its developers.
Here is a list of publication highlights. For more papers (including PDFs), check my Sape Research Group publication page.
Catch Me If You Can: Performance Bug Detection in the Wild
Jovic, Adamoli, Hauswirth
Vision Paper: The Essence of Structural Models
The Beauty and the Beast: Separating Design from Algorithm
Evaluating the accuracy of Java profilers
Mytkowicz, Diwan, Hauswirth, Sweeney
Following are the courses I am currently teaching. Visit my teaching page for a complete list of all my past and present courses at USI.
- Software Performance (Masters course)
- 2015: PLDI
- 2014: Modularity Visions, ICPE, PROMOTO, PLATEAU
- 2013: OOPSLA, ISPASS, ATPS, SAC PL Track, SERA, PROMOTO
- 2012: ECOOP, SAC PL Track, PPPJ, Evaluate
- 2011: CC, TOOLS Europe, PPPJ, PLATEAU, TESTBEDS, IREHSS, Evaluate
- 2010: Computing Frontiers, TOOLS Europe, IREHSS, Evaluate
- 2009: PLDI, PPPJ, IREHSS
- 2008: ECOOP, SERA
- 2007: OOPSLA, PPPJ
- 2006: PPPJ
- 2014: ECOOP
For more information, read our Artifact Evaluation Artifact.
Together with Peter Sweeney (IBM Research), Steve Blackburn (ANU), and Amer Diwan (Google) I am running the Evaluate Collaboratory, a resource and a hub for everybody interested in understanding and improving the state of practice in experimental evaluation of computer systems and software.
We are also co-organizing the series of Evaluate workshops, most recently Evaluate 2012 at PLDI.
I joined our faculty in 2005, one year after its birth. In October 2014, we celebrated our Ten Year Anniversary. Together with Rosario Maccarrone and other great staff at USI, I was responsible for the celebration. We developed a large exhibit in the form of an interactive science center, including workshops and seminars, to introduce the topic of informatics to local high school students and the general public.
We had over 1000 visitors, a billboard campaign, TV appearances, and radio shows. The public response was outstandingly positive, and our students, who ran the exhibits and workshops, were truly amazing in teaching informatics to children and adults alike.