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Software Engineering is an engineering discipline concerned with systematic approaches to the analysis, design, assessment, implementation, testing, maintenance, and reengineering of software. Our faculty does work on software performance, scientific software, software architecture, software evolution, software testing and analysis, software visualization, web engineering.
Prof. Bavota's research interests lie in the area of software maintenance and evolution. His current research is focused on the development of recommender systems supporting software developers, the mining of software repositories, and empirical software engineering. He is part of the REVEAL research group.
Prof. Binder founded the Dynamic Analysis Group. His research interests include dynamic program analysis, concurrent and parallel programming, aspect-oriented programming, virtual machines, service-oriented computing, and cloud computing.
Prof. Carzaniga interests lie in the general areas of distributed computing, computer networks and advanced communication services, and software engineering.
Prof. Hauswirth's interests lie in the area between programming languages, runtime systems, and software engineering, with a focus on the efficiency of software, its users, and its developers. Prof. Hauswirth leads Sape, the Software and Programmer Efficiency Research Group.
Prof. Lanza leads the REVEAL (Reverse Engineering, Visualization, Evolution Analysis Lab) research group and carries out research in diverse aspects of how to ease the comprehension and evolution of large and complex software systems. Current research is focused on software visualization, mining software repositories, collaborative development, and novel integrated development environments.
Prof. Jazayeri is the founding dean of the Faculty of Informatics at USI. He is interested in programming, software engineering, programming languages, and distributed systems.
Prof. Pezzè's research interests focus on the definition of techniques for the design and development of high-quality software systems. Prof. Pezzè leads STAR, the Software Testing and Analysis Research group.