A paper co-authored by LASER researchers received the Best Paper Award at the XX Brazilian Workshop on Testing and Fault Tolerance (Workshop de Testes e Tolerância a Falhas, WTF 2019), co-located with SBRC 2019, the annual Brazilian Symposium on Computer Networks and Distributed Systems, in the beautiful city of Gramado, RS.
The paper, entitled Towards trustworthy cloud service selection: monitoring and assessing data privacy addressed the problem of how to make users trust cloud services, that is, how to make the latter more trustworthy. In particular, we worked on a method to monitor and evaluate the privacy provided by a cloud application.
The paper is part of the ATMOSPHERE project and the result of a collaboration with the SEIS group of the Faculty of Technology (FT) of UNICAMP in Limeira.
The LASER team presented two papers at CIBSE 2019, the XXII Ibero-American Conference on Software Engineering, in Havana, Cuba.
On Wednesday, Caique presented the paper Towards a healthier collaboration at the business-development interface, in which the problem of achieving a better collaboration between the business and the development staff within a software project is investigated.
On Thursday, Breno presented the paper The RoCS Framework to Support the Development of Autonomous Robots, in which we investigated the need for software architectures and development frameworks in the robotics domain, in a joint work with the Laboratory of Robotics and Cognitive Systems (LaRoCS). We are also happy to mention that this paper has been best paper candidate for the Software Engineering Track (SET), and it finally placed 3rd.