DIVERSE Research team
Diversity-centric Software Engineering
- Leader : Olivier Barais
- Type : Project team
- Research center(s) : Rennes
- Field : Networks, Systems and Services, Distributed Computing
- Theme : Distributed programming and Software engineering
- Partner(s) : Université Rennes 1,Institut national des sciences appliquées de Rennes
- Collaborator(s) : Institut de recherche en informatique et systèmes aléatoires (IRISA) (UMR6074)
Our main objective is to automatically compose and synthesize software diversity from design to runtime to address unpredictable evolutions of software intensive systems. We address this objective through 4 main research axis: software language engineering, software variability, software adaptation and software diversification.
The research in DiverSE is organized around 4 research axis:
- Software Language Engineering to handle the diversity of languages used by the stakeholders involved in the construction of software intensive systems
- Software Product Lines to address the diversity of features required by the different customers of these systems
- Distributed architecture and deployment to handle the diversity of runtime environments in which software has to run and adapt
- Software diversity and testing to enhance the resilience of software.
These four axis share and leverage the scientific and technological results developed in the area of model-driven engineering in the last decade. This means that all our research activities are founded on sound abstractions to reason about specific aspects of software systems, compose different perspectives and automatically generate parts of the system.
International and industrial relations
- SINTEF, ICT (Norway): Model-driven systems development for the construction of distributed, heterogeneous applications. We collaborate since 2008 and are currently in two FP7 projects together.
- Universitée du Luxembourg, (Luxembourg): Models@runtime for dynamic adaptation and multi-objective elasticity in cloud management; model-driven development.
- Open University (UK): models@runtime for the Internet of Things.
- Thales: systems engineering
- Obeo: domain specific modeling
- Orange: secure software engineering
Research teams of the same theme :
- ASCOLA - Aspect and composition languages
- FOCUS - Foundations of Component-based Ubiquitous Systems
- INDES - Secure Diffuse Programming
- PHOENIX - Programming Language Technology For Communication Services
- RMOD - Analyses and Languages Constructs for Object-Oriented Application Evolution
- TACOMA - TAngible COMputing Architectures