InfoLab21 is at the forefront of research into Aspect-Oriented Software Development (AOSD) and leads a European research Network of Excellence called AOSD-Europe.
This research group has just been reviewed and rated as excellent across the board. The review also highlighted the high quality of the coordination and project management from InfoLab21 and gave very positive feedback on the research activities that the team is involved with.
Congratulations to the team, which includes Dr. Awais Rashid (coordinator), Ms. Paula Robinson (Project Secretary), Dr. Alessandro Garcia, Prof. Geoff Coulson, Prof. Gordon Blair, Dr. Peter Sawyer, Neil Loughran, Ruzanna Chitchyan, Americo Sampaio, Adrian Colyer, Nelio Cacho, Safoora Shakil Khan and Nathan Weston.
For those not familiar with AOSD, it is a technology with the potential to transform the way we reason about, analyse, structure and develop software systems. More specifically, AOSD is concerned with the systematic identification, modularisation, representation and composition of crosscutting concerns such as security, mobility, distribution, persistence and real-time constraints.
Tue 20 December 2005
A ground-breaking Masters programme from Lancaster University is giving students the opportunity to work on high-impact business projects that develop collaboration between UK and Chinese SMEs.
Wed 29 April 2015
The new Engineering Building has won recognition in the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) Regional Awards.
Tue 28 April 2015
The Faculty has upheld its strong reputation as a destination for students wishing to pursue studies in science and technology in the latest league tables published by The Complete University Guide for 2016.
Tue 28 April 2015
The Engineering Department has been working with a group of “Aspiring Engineers” at Ripley St Thomas Church of England Academy. Alongside listening to talks on a variety of topics from representatives from the Engineering Department and industry, the students were asked to think like engineers and devise a solution to a problem the world might face in 2050. Ideas ranged from trains to kettles of the future. The students presented their solutions as conference style posters to...
Fri 24 April 2015