Presentation at the TOOLS 2012 conference

Representing our research group, Dr. István Ráth has presented the newest version of the EMF-IncQuery incremental model query tool at the 50th TOOLS Europe International Conference on Objects, Models, Components, Patterns held in Prague. Read more »

Our professor in Technical Program Committee of Securware 2012

Prof. András Pataricza will serve as PC member on the Sixth International Conference on Emerging Security Information, Systems and Technologies(Securware). Securware is an event covering related topics on theory and practice on security, cryptography, secure protocols, trust, privacy, confidentiality, vulnerability, intrusion detection and other areas. This year, the conference will be organized by IARIA in Rome, Italy from 19 to 24 August, 2012.

Presentation at the ICST'12 conference

Zoltán Ujhelyi, PhD student attended at the Fifth International Conference on Software Testing, Verification and Validation in Montreal, Canada between April 17-20, 2012. During the conference a presentation he presented his work related to slicing model transformations in a debugging scenario called Dynamic Backward slicing of Model Transformations.

In the conference 200 researchers attended from more that 20 nations wordwide, and presented their results related to software quality and testing.

Our professor in the editorial board of International Journal of Cloud Computing

Professor  András Pataricza was invited to the editorial board of the International Journal of Cloud Computing. IJCC addresses the most innovative developments, research issues and solutions in cloud computing and its related technologies.

FTSRG presentation at the 1st International IBM Cloud Academy Conference

Members of FTSRG, Prof. András Pataricza and Imre Kocsis were attended last week in North-Carolina(U.S.) on the 1st International  IBM Cloud Academy Conference (ICA 2012), where they gave a successful presentation of their paper Cloud Based Analytics for Cloud Based Applications (co-authors: Zoltán Micskei, István Szombath, András Kövi & Zsolt Kocsis ). Read more »

Our student announced as finalist in Google Anita Borg Memorial Scholarship

Our student Ágnes Salánki (advisor: Imre Kocsis) was invited to Google Scholar’s Retreat in Zurich. The Anita Borg Memorial Scholarship was announced for excellent female students in Europe, Middle East, and Africa.  Ágnes Salánki was selected as a finalist, so she was invited to attend the EMEA Scholar’s Retreat 2012.

Invited talk at CSMR 2012 conference

Dániel Varró gave an invited talk with the title "A Bridge Over Troubled Water - Synergies between Model Transformation and Software Maintenance Techniques" at CSMR 2012 (16th European Conference on Software Maintenance and Reengineering), which was hosted in Szeged, Hungary between March 27th and 30th, 2012. In his talk, he summarized various challenges and solutions at the intersection of model transfomations and software maintenance to facilitate joint research undertakings by the two communities.

ETAPS 2012 conference in Tallinn, Estonia

The ETAPS 2012 conference (Joint European Conferences on Theory and Practice of Software) was organized this year between March 24th and 31st in Tallinn, Estonia. Dániel Varró participated from our research group to chair a session at the FASE 2012 (Fundamental Approaches to Software Engineering) conference and to participate at the FASE Steering Committee meeting in his role of FASE 2013 Program Co-chair. Read more »

SecureChange final review in Leuven

The final review of the SecureChange EU FP7 research project was held in Leuven, Belgium, on the 28th and 29th March 2012. The results of the third year of the project, as well as a summary of the entire three-year span of research were presented to EU-mandated reviewers. The reviewers posed questions based on the presentations and written deliverables, and then retired behind close doors; in the end, they announced that they accept the work of the SecureChange consortium.

Honorary Award from National Talent Support Council to our professor

On 24 March 2012, the National Talent Support Council awarded Dr. András Pataricza the Honorary Award for tutoring young talents. This award admits lifelong tutoring and supporting gifted young people. The award contains a silver medal, a golden pin and a certificate of merit, which recognize minimum 20 years of significant, exemplary talent developing activity.

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