The lab of Industrializing Software Production (LIPS) carries out research on software engineering, development of empirical methods, and their applications to the research of the software production processes. Our ultimate goal is the improvement of software quality.
Therefore, the task of the lab is to create innovative models for assessment, improvement, and reengineering of software production, which can redefine the understanding of how software is being conceived, analyzed, designed, produced, and tested. We strive to develop models that can guide the future generation of software managers, engineers, and developers.
We expect that our activity will make a very significant worldwide impact both on the world of research and on the world of software production.
The scientific directions include:
— The analysis of cognitive functions of software developers
— Modeling the purpose of programs
— Efficiency and productivity of software development processes
— Energy efficiency of the software development process
— Creative software engineering endeavors
Head of the laboratory, PhD University of Genova
PhD, Deputy Head of Lab, Assistant Professor
PhD Sorbonne University, Assistant Professor
PhD (Adjunct Professor)