Research

Raman Ramsin

Assistant Professor

 

Department of Computer Engineering

 

Last Updated:  22 October 2017

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Research Laboratory: Methodology Engineering (ME) Lab

 

General Research Interests

- Object-Oriented Software Engineering

- Methodology Engineering

- Software Patterns and Pattern-Oriented Development

 

Active Research Areas

- Model-Driven Development (MDD) Methodologies

- Knowledge Management Systems Development Methodologies

- Agile Software Development Methodologies

- Software Process Lines

- Situational Method Engineering

 

Program Committees (Recent)

- 12th International Conference on Software Engineering Advances (ICSEA’17), Athens (Greece), October 2017.

- 1st International Conference on Agile and Lean Software Development (LASD’17) - in conjunction with FedCSIS’17, Prague (Czech Republic), September 2017.

- Special Session on Model-Driven Innovations for Software Engineering (MDI4SE’17) - part of ENASE’17, Porto (Portugal), April 2017.

- International Symposium on Balancing Traditional and Modern Software Process Approaches (BTMSPA'16) - in conjunction with FedCSIS’16, Gdansk (Poland), September 2016.

- 11th International Conference on Software Engineering Advances (ICSEA’16), Rome (Italy), August 2016.

- 14th IEEE/ACIS International Conference on Software Engineering Research, Management and Applications (SERA’16), Towson (USA), June 2016.

- International Workshop on Model-Driven Innovations for Software Engineering (MDI4SE’16) - in conjunction with ENASE’16, Rome (Italy), April 2016.

 

Active Research Projects

- Model-Driven Approach for Developing Software Process Lines  

- Knowledge Management for Situational Method Engineering

- Model-Driven Methodology for Developing Serious Games in the Context of Business Processes

- Model-Based Testing for Agile and Lightweight Methodologies

 

Available MS and PhD Thesis Topics

- Only students of the “Software Development Methodologies” course can apply to join the Methodology Engineering Lab to conduct their MS projects under my supervision. Students who are admitted to the lab will be provided with a list of thesis topics in February.

- You can also propose a different topic, provided that the topic is relevant to Software Engineering. Suitable resources will be introduced in class.

 

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