New post on the CACM Blog

A new post about Dynamic Analysis of software programs by Benoit Baudry and Martin Monperrus has been recently published on the CACM blog. Full text: https://cacm.acm.org/blogs/blog-cacm/239266-dynamic-analysis-in-the-browser/fulltext  

The Repairnator Project in Eclipse

Eclipse Repairnator is an intelligent bot for continuous integration: it suggests fixes for bugs and missing tests for quality assurance. Repairnator is artificial intelligence for continuous integration: “AI for CI“. Repairnator is an open-source software project,...

Best Student Paper Award at the IEEE BigData Congress

Congratulations to Mahmoud Ismail, PhD student working with Jim Dowling and Seif Haridi, who received the Best Student Paper Award at the IEEE BigData Congress 2019 for his paper "Scalable block reporting for HopsFS”.    

3 New PhD Grants from WASP Supporting CASTOR!

The software technology research at CASTOR is supported by 3 PhD grants from WASP: HAPS: Develop a secure platform for modern computing, which can provide reliable and secure on-demand resource availability. Contact: Mads Dam (mfd@kth.se). CTI: Create an artificial...

CASTOR Technologies Cited by the Swedish Consulting Company Claremont

After two public presentations from CASTOR professors Martin Monperrus and Benoit Baudry (respectively about Repairnator and DPSOT), the Swedish consultant company Claremont published a post on their website about this newly initiated cooperation with KTH. About AI...

Repairnator mentioned on Sveriges Radio

KTH's research on AI for software development -- the Repairnator project -- has been mentioned on Sveriges Radio. AI och samhällsutvecklingen:https://sverigesradio.se/sida/artikel.aspx?programid=1637&artikel=7138149  

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