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Paper published in PeerJ

May 06, 2021

An article titled “Assessing anthropogenic heat flux of public cloud data centers: current and future trends”, written by Hamza Baniata​, Sami Mahmood, and Attila Kertész (Department of Software Engineering) has been published in the prestigious open access journal PeerJ.

Page last modified: May 6, 2021

Best Poster won at Closer 2021

May 05, 2021

András Márkus (Department of Software Engineering) has won the CLOSER 2021 Best Poster Award!

His work, titled "Modelling Energy Consumption of IoT Devices in DISSECT-CF-Fog" introduces their approach to simulating IoT devices with minimal power consumption to reduce carbon footprint and maintenance costs.

Page last modified: May 5, 2021

Paper accepted for ICCQ 2021

March 29, 2021

Paper has been accepted for the first ICCQ Conference that was held in Moscow (online) in March.

The paper, titled “Towards a Prototype Based Explainable JavaScript Vulnerability Prediction Model”, authored by Balázs Mosolygó, Norbert Vándor, Gábor Antal, Péter Hegedűs, and Rudolf Ferenc (Department of Software Engineering).

Page last modified: March 29, 2021

Researching software developers’ ways of thinking

March 9, 2021

Researchers at the Development of Software Engineering are trying to better understand the way of thinking of experienced (3+ years) software developers, by conducting so called “Think Aloud Sessions” that will help them map the areas where the developers could benefit from additional features or toolsets added to the integrated development environments (IDEs) they work in.

Page last modified: March 9, 2021

Finished project "e-Modelling Framework for Control Systems"

February 24, 2021

Our department has successfully finished the 3-years project called "A novel integrated industrial e-Modelling Framework for Control Systems and its application on experimental large physical equipment" (GINOP-2.2.1-15-2016-00012), carried out in consortia with evopro NPA Ltd., Szeged Biological Research Centre, and Institute for Nuclear Research.

Page last modified: February 24, 2021

JerryScript 2.4.0 Release

January 22, 2021

The latest stable version of JerryScript, version 2.4.0 has been released on Github today!

The team at the Department of Software Engineering is an active participant of the development of JerryScript. Several members of the team act as maintainers or committers in the project, and they are proud to have their contributions in the latest stable release of JerryScript, version 2.4.0.

Page last modified: January 22, 2021

Paper published in MDPI

January 18, 2021

An open-access paper titled “Enhanced Bug Prediction in JavaScript Programs with Hybrid Call-Graph Based Invocation Metrics” by Gábor Antal, Zoltán Tóth, Péter Hegedűs, and Rudolf Ferenc (Department of Software Engineering) has been published by MDPI.

Page last modified: January 18, 2021

Paper accepted for SANER 2021

January 4, 2021

A paper titled "Call Frequency-Based Fault Localization" by Béla Vancsics, Ferenc Horváth, Attila Szatmári and Árpád Beszédes (Department of Software Engineering) has been accepted for the Research Track of the 28th IEEE International Conference on Software Analysis, Evolution and Reengineering (SANER 2021).

Page last modified: January 4, 2021