A tale about our empirical experiments on Mobile Apps Quality [ICTOpen 2018]

Ivano just finished to give a 3-minutes pitch at ICTOpen 2018, the conference for ICT-Research in the Netherlands. In this pitch he presented and discussed a series of experiments we designed and conducted on mobile apps development. The pitch aims at providing both researchers and practitioners a flavour of the various technological and empirical strategies […]

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3 full-time positions as Assistant Professor (tenure track) or Associate Professor available at the VU

Application deadline: 12 April 2018 About the VU Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (VU) is a leading, innovative and growing university that is at the heart of society and actively contributes to new developments in teaching and research. Our university has ten faculties, and provides work for over 4,500 staff and scientific education for more than 23,000 […]

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Chrome VS Firefox VS Opera on Android – Which Browser Consumes Less Energy in Android?

In this year’s Green Lab course, we formed a team named Blue Lab, which consists of the members Dean Hsu, Ibrahim Kanj, Tung Nguyen and Mike Trieu. The goal of our team is to plan and conduct an experiment evaluating three web-browser applications (Chrome, Firefox, Opera) on mobile devices regarding their energy consumption and performance. We touch upon […]

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Reconstructing microservice-based architectures [LAC congres 2017]

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Last week Ivano Malavolta gave a talk at the LAC 2017 congres about how we are working on how to improve the automatic reconstruction of microservice-based architectures. Having a clear (and automatic) understanding of the software architecture of a microservice-based system is specially interesting and useful when planning new features of the system or when […]

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Invited talk on information retrieval for Mobile app reviews

A couple of weeks ago we invited Fabio Palomba for a guest lecture in the context of our Green Lab course. Fabio is postdoc researcher in the Software Engineering Research Group (SERG) of TUDelft and his research interests include software maintenance and evolution, software verification, mining software repositories, empirical software engineering. The title of his […]

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