The new paper namely “Measuring the Reusability of Software Components using Static Analysis Metrics and Reuse Rate Information” has been published.
The new paper namely “A Comparative Analysis of Pattern Matching Techniques Towards OGM Evaluation” has been published.
Theses presentations will take place in classroom 8 at the wing of the School of Electrical & Computer Engineering, on the following dates:
- Thursday, 04.07.2019 at 09:30 – 12:30
- Friday, 05.07.2019 at 09:30 – 11:30
The Softeng and R4A groups of the Intelligent Systems and Software Engineering Laboratory (ISSEL) are looking for three (3) research associates to work in GSRT-funded R&D projects.
Specifically, selected candidates will work on the design and development in one or more of the following projects:
– Open data and open service management platform
– Low code software development platform
– IoT device management and IoT data analytics platform
– IoT application marketplace
– Software analytics tools
The positions have an initial timespan of 6 months, with extension potential to at least 24 months, starting as soon as possible. The collaborators will work at the ISSEL premises, along with the other members of the research team.
The necessary skills for the positions are:
– A degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering or Computer Science/Informatics
– Excellent knowledge of English (and will to learn basic Greek)
Additional skills will be evaluated as well:
– Back end development experience in Node.js
– Front end development experience in React or Angular
– Experience in management and annotation of open data / ontologies and relevant tools
– Experience in Unix/Linux
– Knowledge of Python programming
– Will to learn
Candidates have to fill in the form at: https://issel.ee.auth.gr/job-application/ until the 5th of June 2019, where they also have to provide links for the following:
– A detailed CV
– Copies of degrees
– Any other documents that could assist the applicant’s selection (e.g. development portfolios)
Theses presentations will take place in Building E, Laboratory of Computer Systems Architecture, on the following date:
Monday, 25.02.2019 at 09:30 – 12:00
New diploma theses will be presented on Thursday, March 22 at 16:00 at the Building D, classroom 8.
More information about the new diploma theses here.
A new book is published by the ISSEL group. The book is about quickly entering the world of creating machine learning models in R. The theory is kept to minimum and there are examples for each of the major algorithms for classification, clustering, features engineering and association rules. The book is a compilation of the leaflets the authors give to their students during the practice labs, in the courses of Pattern Recognition and Data Mining, in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.
You can find it at: https://leanpub.com/practical-machine-learning-r
The Information Processing Laboratory (IPL) invites you on Wednesday, June 27 at 12:00 at classroom 8 (wing C) in the presentation of the PhD thesis of Themistoklis Diamantopoulos with the following subject: Mining Software Engineering Data for Software Reuse. The presentation is open to the public.