The research interest of SCEnIC group (Service and Component Engineering for Internet Computing) includes Service-Oriented Computing, Component-Based Software Engineering, Cloud Computing, and the Internet of Services.
Is the software architecture concept that utilizes services as elements for developing applications.
Component-Based Software Engineering
Is a process that focuses on design and building computer-based systems that use reusable software components.
Cloud computing is a technology that allows remote access to software, file storage and data processing via the Internet.
Internet of Services
Everything that is needed to use software applications is available as a service on the Internet, including the software itself, the tools to develop this, and the platform to run the software.
The team has developed methodologies applied to the automatic orchestration and composition of services and components, by emphasizing the interface description (at the signature and behavioural levels), as well as the discovery, the interoperability analysis, and the dynamic adaptation and reconfiguration of services and components. The group also tackles problems related to the synthesis of secure orchestrators (satisfying properties such as privacy) or the development of self-adaptive and context-aware systems. In all these issues, the members of the team have provided solutions published and disseminated in prestigious international journals and congresses in the software engineering field.
We are part of the ITIS Software institute.
Patrìcia Araújo de Oliveira
ReSCUE (Reliable Software Composition in Ubiquitous Environments)
SeaClouds Demo (December 2014 Version)