What we do

Addressing challenges triggered by the inherent variability of a software product family is what we do.

From design-time to run-time, we build approaches and tools to capitalize on existing systems to initiate a Software Product Line, to address the evolution of variability and to fit our approaches and tools to users skills.

Talks to our industrial partners, we put to the test our ideas in heterogeneous industrial environments ranging from Induction Hob Firmwares to Train Control Systems.

Topics: Software Engineering, Software Product Lines, Model Driven engineering, search-based Software Engineering, Information Retrieval, Empirical Software Engineering.

Who we are

Carlos Cetina

Carlos Cetina

PhD Professor. Universidad San Jorge

Francisca Pérez

Francisca Pérez

PhD Professor. Universidad San Jorge

Manuel Ballarín

Manuel Ballarín

PhD Student. Universidad San Jorge

Oystein Haugen

Oystein Haugen

PhD Full Professor. University of Oslo

Jaime Font

Jaime Font

PhD Candidate.

Universidad San Jorge

Jorge Echeverría

Jorge Echeverría

PhD Candidate. Universidad San Jorge

Raul Lapeña

Raul Lapeña

PhD Student. Universidad San Jorge

Óscar Pastor

Óscar Pastor

PhD Full Professor. Universidad Politécnica de Valencia

Lorena Arcega

Lorena Arcega

PhD Student. Universidad San Jorge

Ana Marcen

Ana Marcen

PhD Student. Universidad San Jorge

Mar Zamorano

Mar Zamorano

Undergraduate Student. Universidad San Jorge

What is happening now

See our Model Patterns Variability Tool

The model library of the tool was populated thanks to our model pattern identification and extraction process. The process faced the following settings from our industrial partner: models composed of more than 500 elements. Around 1029 different potential fragments...