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CPS Lab Students win Software Engineering Conference 2023 Student Research Competition

Congratulations to Elene Kutsia and Philipp Bauer (represented at the conference by co-supervisor Lisa Sonnleithner) from the Christian Doppler Lab VaSiCS at the LIT Cyber-Physical Systems Lab for their great bachelor's theses winning the Software Engineering Conference, opens an external URL in a new window Student Research Competition (places 1 and 2) end of February 2023.

The selection of winners was based on the submission of a two-page summary of the bachelor’s thesis, which was reviewed by a committee of international experts, as well as based on the presentation at the conference (as poster).

Bachelor Theses:

  • Analyzing and Refactoring the Modularization of IEC 61499 Systems (by Philipp Bauer, supervised by Lisa Sonnleithner and Rick Rabiser)
  • Clone Detection in IEC 61499 using Metainformation (by Elene Kutsia, supervised by Lisa Sonnleithner and Rick Rabiser)

More information at: https://www.jku.at/cdl-vasics/