Team

Centre for Research on Engineering Software Technologies

Professor Ali Babar

On of the key goals of me research effort is to develop and/or rigorously evaluate approaches and tools for supporting the design, analysis, and evolution of complex and dependable software intensive system and services that meet both the functional and non-functional requirements as derived from the quality goals specified by the stakeholders. That means our research agenda is aimed at helping industry and society to build human- as well as technological-based competencies in designing, analyzing, and evolving high quality software intensive systems and services systematically and predictably.

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Mansooreh Zahedi

On of the key goals of me research effort is to develop and/or rigorously evaluate approaches and tools for supporting the design, analysis, and evolution of complex and dependable software intensive system and services that meet both the functional and non-functional requirements as derived from the quality goals specified by the stakeholders. That means our research agenda is aimed at helping industry and society to build human- as well as technological-based competencies in designing, analyzing, and evolving high quality software intensive systems and services systematically and predictably.

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Mojtaba Shahin

I am passionate about research on software engineering. My research goals are (i) to develop a deep understanding of how actually software engineers design and implement large-scale software systems and (ii) to develop new techniques and tools to support software-intensive organizations in developing and deploying high-quality software. My research interests reside primarily in software architecture, empirical software engineering, DevOps, continuous delivery and deployment, global software engineering, requirement engineering, qualitative research, and human factors in software engineering, for which I extensively leverage both qualitative (e.g., grounded theory) and quantitative (e.g., controlled experiment) methods. My PhD research is focused on “Architecting and Organizing for DevOps”.

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Faheem Ullah

Faheem is a Ph.D. student at the University of Adelaide under Prof. Ali Babar supervision. He has been working with research centre, Centre for Advanced Research in Engineering (CARE), on various research projects related to computer science. Afterward, he has been involved in various computer science related research adventures with GIK Institute. Before formally joining CREST, Faheem has been working on several research projects that include Architecture Patterns for Cloud-enabled Systems, Composition of Security into an IoT system, Data Exfiltration countermeasures, Security support in CDP and security of IoT and fog systems. Currently, his research primarily focuses on engineering big data security analytics solutions. The main focus of research is on investigating solutions that can adopt themselves in accordance with the quality of service requirements.

Nguyen Khoi Tran

My research interest is facilitating discovery, retrieval, and utilisation of the content emerging from the Internet of Things (IoT) through the creation of “Internet of Things Search Engines” (IoTSE). My current focus is providing an architectural foundation for the open and distributed development, operation, and evolution of IoTSE. For more details and open topics, please refer to my Research page.

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Chadni Islam

On of the key goals of me research effort is to develop and/or rigorously evaluate approaches and tools for supporting the design, analysis, and evolution of complex and dependable software intensive system and services that meet both the functional and non-functional requirements as derived from the quality goals specified by the stakeholders. That means our research agenda is aimed at helping industry and society to build human- as well as technological-based competencies in designing, analyzing, and evolving high quality software intensive systems and services systematically and predictably.

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Bakheet Aljedaani

On of the key goals of me research effort is to develop and/or rigorously evaluate approaches and tools for supporting the design, analysis, and evolution of complex and dependable software intensive system and services that meet both the functional and non-functional requirements as derived from the quality goals specified by the stakeholders. That means our research agenda is aimed at helping industry and society to build human- as well as technological-based competencies in designing, analyzing, and evolving high quality software intensive systems and services systematically and predictably.

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Hao Chen

On of the key goals of me research effort is to develop and/or rigorously evaluate approaches and tools for supporting the design, analysis, and evolution of complex and dependable software intensive system and services that meet both the functional and non-functional requirements as derived from the quality goals specified by the stakeholders. That means our research agenda is aimed at helping industry and society to build human- as well as technological-based competencies in designing, analyzing, and evolving high quality software intensive systems and services systematically and predictably.

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Matthew Thyer

On of the key goals of me research effort is to develop and/or rigorously evaluate approaches and tools for supporting the design, analysis, and evolution of complex and dependable software intensive system and services that meet both the functional and non-functional requirements as derived from the quality goals specified by the stakeholders. That means our research agenda is aimed at helping industry and society to build human- as well as technological-based competencies in designing, analyzing, and evolving high quality software intensive systems and services systematically and predictably.

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Benjamin Ramsey

On of the key goals of me research effort is to develop and/or rigorously evaluate approaches and tools for supporting the design, analysis, and evolution of complex and dependable software intensive system and services that meet both the functional and non-functional requirements as derived from the quality goals specified by the stakeholders. That means our research agenda is aimed at helping industry and society to build human- as well as technological-based competencies in designing, analyzing, and evolving high quality software intensive systems and services systematically and predictably.

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