The SESAr research group aims to foster research community around
- Improving the maturity model-driven Software Engineering processes with particular interests on
- evolving distributed heterogeneous systems with a focus on the Internet of Things (IoT), and
- safety critical real-time systems (e.g. vehicular automation).
- Separating software architecture and application design in order to facilitate
- the ability to have functional & non-functional requirements (FRs & NFRs) evolve and be addressed independently
- being able to develop suitable Reference Architectures & Platforms to address the NFRs for different application domains.
One of the aims of the research group is to foster cross-disciplinary research projects within the vision of the University's School for Data Science and Computational Thinking. In particular we envisage cross disciplinary research around
- system analysis and design across systems with hardware and software elements
- applying dynamic, heterogeneous distributed/IoT systems across disciplines like Health Care, Robotics, Cyber-Security, Machine Learning and others.