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Low-modeling of (smart) Software
Jordi Cabot, ICREA Research Professor at Internet Interdisciplinary Institute (UOC), Spain

Keynote Lecture
Agnes Koschmider, University of Bayreuth, Germany

Keynote Lecture
Wolfgang Maaß, Saarland University, Germany

 

Low-modeling of (smart) Software

Jordi Cabot
ICREA Research Professor at Internet Interdisciplinary Institute (UOC)
Spain
 

Brief Bio
I'm an ICREA Research Professor at Internet Interdisciplinary Institute, the Research center of the Open University of Catalonia (UOC) where I'm leading the SOM Research Lab. I'm also Visiting Professor at the Western Norway University of Applied Sciences. Previously, I've been at École des Mines de Nantes, Inria, University of Toronto, Politecnico di Milano and the Technical University of Catalonia.

My research falls into the broad area of systems and software engineering, especially promoting the rigorous use of software models in all software tasks while keeping an eye on the most unpredictable element in any project: the people involved in it. Current research topics include pragmatic formal verification techniques, analysis of open-source communities, open data exploitation and the role AI can play in software development (and vice versa). Let's use all the tools at our disposal to build Better Software Faster.

Beyond scientific publications, the results of our research are available as open-source tools or as part of transfer contracts.


Abstract
There is an increasing demand for building better software and building it faster. This explains the growing popularity of low-code platforms, a new reincarnation of previous model-based approaches for software development.
Low-code platforms aim to speed up the development process by generating most of the application code from the high-level models. But what about those models? Can we also partially generate them? And if so, from what?
In this talk we will talk about low-modeling, a new approach to infer models out of different types of available information and (un)structured data sources. The goal of low-modeling is not only to increase the productivity of developer teams but also to contribute to the democratization of software development enabling non-technical users to build their own applications beyond what no-code and template-based approaches offer.
As example, we will focus on how low-modeling facilitates the generation of smart software, software that combines and traditional and AI-based components both in the front-end and back-end.



 

 

Keynote Lecture

Agnes Koschmider
University of Bayreuth
Germany
 

Brief Bio
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Abstract
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Keynote Lecture

Wolfgang Maaß
Saarland University
Germany
 

Brief Bio
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Abstract
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