The team has a weekly seminar, the DiverSe Coffee in which our members and often invited speakers share their latest work. In this page you will find a list of talks we have given in these seminars, workshops and conferences.
Fabien presented his last paper accepted at SLE 2020. This paper present his work on distributing IDE services localy and on servers in a smart way.
Nan briefly presented her papers about modeling of asset vulnerabilities and how mine information in the CAPEC classification to identify vulnerabilities at design time.
Stéphanie presented her work on inferring formal model-driven specifications for the Google Cloud platform from its documentation.
Pierre introduced, in this talk, his vision on domain-specific language protocols.
Corentin showed us the results of his internship on VaryLaTeX.
Demo and presentation about resolving Chess puzzle with a notebook.
Presentation of the "Loop Aggregation for Approximate Scientific Computing" paper published in ICCS'20 Proceedings.
Presentation of Pr. Gunter Mussbacher's research work and in particular on the topic of "Goal Modeling for Sustainability and Human Values".
Presentation of Gwendal Jouneaux and Quentin Le Dilavrec
Continuation of the discussion we had two weeks ago about video games and SE, Emmanuel and Hugo will present some intriguing state-of-the-art approaches in this direction.
Rehearsal of Ludovic's defense in front of the team.
Presentation of Mathieu's talk at Open Source Summit 2019
Pierre's work to be presented at the ACM SIGPLAN International Conference on Software Language Engineering , SLE 2019.
A summary of the latest news of the team.
Pierre will give a demo on Packer and Vagrant for virtual machines and Emmanuel (new PhD student) will do a short presentation to introduce himself.
Collateral resource consumption on mobile devices is a well-known issue that mobile developers are facing
The evolving complexity of adaptive systems impairs our ability to deliver anomaly-free solutions. Fixing these systems require a deep understanding on the reasons behind decisions which led to faulty or suboptimal system states. Work to be presented at 2018 IEEE International Conference on Autonomic Computing (ICAC)