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LIT CPS Lab member at SEAA conference

[Translate to Englisch:] Adriano at conference

The Euromicro Software Engineering and Advanced Applications, opens an external URL in a new window (SEAA) conference provides a platform for exchange with international researchers. Conferences like this are an excellent opportunity to meet colleagues and learn about new approaches. Our postdoc Adriano Vogel participated in the conference, this year held in Albania.

"Overall, the conference was fruitful in many ways, especially because the participants asked interesting questions and were open to discussion and feedback," Adriano describes his experience. Furthermore, Adriano notes the expected increase in the use of AI in software development as a notable learning effect that has significantly increased interest as can be seen from the number of papers presented at the conference.

Our paper, resulting from the collaboration of JKU and Dynatrace in the Co-Innovation Lab of the LIT CPS Lab, was presented in the track on systematic literature reviews and mapping studies in software engineering. The paper information is: A. Vogel, S. Henning, O. Ertl, and R. Rabiser: A systematic mapping of performance in distributed stream processing systems. Proc. of the 49th Euromicro Conference on Software Engineering and Advanced Applications (SEAA), Durres, Albania, IEEE, 2023.

The majority of the studies presented in the literature reviews track conclude that more and newer approaches are needed in certain software engineering areas because of the number and complexity of the existing open challenges.

This finding stimulates discussion on how to engage the research communities and provide resources to the research field. We are excited to see how the future will develop in this regard and look forward to actively contributing to it with our research.