Professors

Members of the PolyMORSE group includes:

  • Bram Adams, assistant professor, MCIS Lab.
    • Software Release Engineering
    • Software Modularity
    • Green Software
  • Giuliano Antoniol, full professor, SOCCER Lab.
    • Search-based software engineering
    • Software evolution and maintenance
    • Reverse engineering, static code analysis
    • Empirical software studies
    • Software quality assurance
  • Giovanni Beltrame, assistant professor, MIST Lab
    • Real-time embedded systems
    • HW/SW simulation and verification
    • Self-adaptive systems
  • Hanifa Boucheneb, associate professor, CE and SE Department
    • Petri nets
    • Verification and validation
    • Model checking
    • Continuous/Discrete systems
    • Security
  • Michel Desmarais, associate professor, CE and SE Department
    • Student and user modeling
    • User-centered software engineering
    • Human-Computer Interaction
    • Artificial Intelligence
    • Probabilistic modeling
    • Recommender interfaces
  • Michel Gagnon, assistant professor, CE and SE Department
    • Artificial Intelligence
    • Semantic Web
    • Natural Language Processing
    • Text Generation
    • Automatic Summarization
    • Temporal Reasoning
  • Yann-Gaël Guéhéneuc, full professor, Ptidej Team
    • Design defects
    • Design patterns
    • Evolution Patterns
    • Feature identification
    • Program comprehension
  • Foutse Khomh, assistant professor, SWAT Lab.
    • Cloud computing
    • Service-centric software engineering
    • Software maintenance and evolution
    • Empirical software engineering
    • Software analytics
  • Ettore Merlo, full professor, CE and SE Department
    • Reverse engineering
    • Secutity analyses
  • John Mullins, associate professor, CRAC Lab.
    • Calculi for concurrent systems
    • Applications of logic to concurrency
    • Modal and temporal logics with fixed points
    • Models and calculi for security
    • Applications to verification of sec