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1 1 Some teacher profiles in Software Engineering (SE) group at Section for Development and Use of IT systems (UBIS) at IDI, NTNU 5 Oct (compiled by Reidar Conradi)

2 2 UBIS ICT-coverage (in Norw.)

3 3 UBIS’ groups and teachers Information systems (Prof John Krogstie) –Prof Jon A. Gulla –Prof John Krogstie –Prof Guttorm Sindre –F.am. Hallvard Trætteberg –II-ere: Harald Rønneberg, Statoil, Babak Amin Farshchian, SINTEF Software engineering (Prof Reidar Conradi) –Prof Reidar Conradi –Prof Tor Stålhane –Prof Letizia Jaccheri –Prof Monica Divitini –F.am Alf Inge Wang –F.am Ekaterina Praolova-Førland (20%) Design and use of Information systems (Prof Eric Monteiro) –Prof Eric Monteiro –Prof Torbjørn Skramstad –F.am. Øystein Nytrø –F.am Dag Svanæs –F.am Pieter Toussants –Am. Terje Rydland –II- Torgeir Dingsøyr, SINTEF

4 4 professor Reidar Conradi, +47 Software Engineering research areas: Component-based Software Engineering –Internal software reuse initiatives (inner source) –How to select Open Source Software (OSS) components –How to succeed with creating a OSS community (”go open”) –The OSS revolution: Innovation and business models Evolution of Software Components –Versioning models –Analysis of changes in components and architectures –Testing follow-up: Root-Cause Analysis of costly defects Software Process Improvement (SPI) –Gradual Plan-Do-Check-Act cycle –Knowledge management and Action research –Human factors Search engines for scientific abstracts and reviews

5 5 professor Reidar Conradi, +47 Projects and theses (2009): EVISOFT: empirical-based, industrial SPI ( , w/ 10 companies, SINTEF, and UiO – 4th such project in a row) SEVO: Software evolution ( , at e.g. StatoilHydro) COSI: OSS adoption in SMEs ( , w/ IKT-Norge) Nordic OSS researcher network ( ), lead by Univ. Skøvde (S) Many new R&D projects being applied for on OSS, SPI, … in FP7 (EU) and in VERDIKT program (Norw. Res. Council) Ca. 25 nat’l and int’l R&D projects over the last 25 years Large network in academia and industry, in Norway and abroad 20 PhD students and 200 master students being supervised Industrial case studies on above themes – in StatoilHydro, EDB, Vital, DnV, Telenor, Skattedirektoratet, … using master/PhD students Also: Mapping the Norwegian ITC sector – with IKT-Norge

6 6 professor Letizia Jaccheri, +47 Software Engineering Open Source Software (OSS) –How to organize and participate in OSS projects –How to publish OSS (”go open”) Software and Art –The Lighted Wall Software Engineering Research Methods Software Engineering Education Project/master thesis topics OSS combined with Action Research in the ICT industry Software and Art coupled to local projects on technology diffusion …

7 7 Professor Monica Divitini, Research areas: Cooperation Technologies Mobile and ubiquitous computing Pervasive Social media End-user programming Courses: TDT4245, TDT29, IT2901 DT8107, DT811 Project/master thesis available on our projects MOTUS: mobile learning in the university ASTRA: pervasive awareness systems FABULA: learning in the city Supporting cooperation among mobile users A device-centric, technology-driven view A service-centric, user-driven view

8 8 COoperation in Learning COmmunities wireless technologies to support learning geographies in the city (in VERDIKT program) Mobile university pervasive awareness applications to support connectedness THESES AVAILABLE – CONTACT ANY OF US

9 9 Professor John Krogstie Research areas: Model-driven ICT-systems –Enterprise and Process modeling –Active Knowledge Modellng (AKM) –Quality of models Mobile information systems eGovernment Examples of project/master thesis topics (some in co-operation with Accenture, Telenor, SINTEF, Skatteetaten, Committment, AKM etc) Holistic modelling language Quality of modelling approach for sustainable energy-systems Architecture for mobile work process support systems Location-based services in Wireless Trondheim Mobile health monitoring - Lifeshirt Introduction of Mobile Services in Home Health Care - services Development and Maintenance practice in Norway

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11 11 Professor Guttorm Sindre Research areas: Requirements engineering –Security requirements –Interoperability and mobility Threat modelling –Misuse cases, mal-activity diagrams Conceptual model quality Project/master thesis topics Evaluation of requirements techniques Requirements for mobile information systems

12 12 UBIS Professor Tor Stålhane, +47 Research areas: Software process improvement –Post mortem analysis –Software metrics Software safety and reliability –Safety analysis –Reliability modeling Risk analysis Project/master thesis topics Testing – strategy and analysis Human reliability applied to software development Safety analysis – standards and methods

13 13 professor Tor Stålhane, +47 (Cont’d) Some recent projects: EVISOFT: empirical-based, industrial SPI ( , w/ 10 companies, SINTEF, and UiO – 4th such project in a row) CAESAR: Integrated Project on transport safety ( , 40+ participants, EU) Industrial case studies on above research areas – in ABB, EDB, Vital, DnB NOR, using master/PhD students

14 14 UBIS Associate professor Dag Svanæs Research areas: HCI Health informatics Project/master thesis topics Activity based computing - Open source Hallway usability - St.Olav / NSEP HCI return of investment - Telenor Fornebu

15 15 Associate professor Hallvard Trætteberg Research areas: Model-based user interface design –Tools for dialog modeling and user interface prototyping with Eclipse Business process modeling (BPM) and user interface design –Integrated tools for BPM and model-based user interface design Tools for supporting object-oriented programming course Project/master thesis topics Model-based UI design and Ajax technology Integration of BPMN/BPMS and Diamodl tools Integration of it’s learning and JExercise

16 16 Associate professor Alf Inge Wang Associate professor Hallvard Trætteberg PLAY=TRD: Gaming in the context of Trådløse Trondheim Use the city as a playground for various games In cooperation with StudiebyEN Alternate reality gaming (ARG) Project/master thesis topics SOA-based architecture and engine for ARGs Models for ARG concepts ARG concepts for students in Trondheim


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