We attended to the 20th International Systems and Software Product Line Conference (SPLC’16) held during September 19th to 23rd, 2016, in Beijing, China. It was a great opportunity for the community to get together and discuss about the latest research performed in...
Two of our members, PhD Students Jaime Font and Raúl Lapeña, attended SPLC 2016 at Beijing (China) on September 2016. There, they participated in the talks and activities, and presented a full paper at the conference main track.
One of our members, Francisca Pérez, attended the conference CAiSE 2016 at Ljubljana (Slovenia). There, she presented the paper entitled "Comprehensibility of Variability in Model Fragments for Product Configuration" and she participated in the talks and activities.
Lorena Arcega travelled to Japan where she took part in SANER 2016: 23rd IEEE International Conference on Software Analysis, Evolution, and Reengineering that was held in Osaka. Lorena presented a paper on the research she is currently undertaking as part of her PhD...
The benefits of software variability management are very appealing. Unfortunately, they come at the expense of a strong up-front investment. Our goal is to lower the barrier of entry. Thanks to Spanish National Plan for Research for funding our project!
Big thanks to our students for participating in systematic experimentation. The experiment significantly helped us to grasp model fragment manipulation. [LINK]
This will be a great experience in some very inspiring environment considering both the participants and the keynote talks.
Jaime Font, Leopoldo Teixeira, Remo Lachmann, Jabier Martínez and Dennis Reuling at a BBQ dinner during SPLC’15, (Nashville, TN, USA)
We attended to the 19th International Conference on Software Product Line (SPLC’15) held during July 20th to 24rd, 2015, in Nashville, Tennesse, USA. During the conference, the most recent ideas, experiences and innovations in the area of software product lines were...