ASPIRE (Advanced Software Protection: Integration, Research and Exploitation) is a European FP7 project (n. 609734), funded under the theme ICT-2013.1.5 (Trustworthy ICT). ASPIRE will establish trustworthy software execution on untrusted mobile platforms that have a persistent or occasional network connection to a trusted entity at their disposal.
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RISCOSS (Managing Risk and Costs in Open Source Software Adoption) is a European FP7 project (n.318249), funded under the theme ICT-2011.1.2 (Cloud Computing, Internet of Services and Advanced Software Engineering). RISCOSS will offer novel risk identification, management and mitigation tools and methods for community-based and industry-supported Open Source Software (OSS) development, composition and life cycle management to individually, collectively and collaboratively manage OSS adoption risks.
SEAC has recently started the reengineering of their software system from the current platform (Cobol/ISAM) to the .NET platform with Microsoft SQL Server. The objective of this project is to support such reengineering effort, by means of automated and innovative tools, aimed at handling: (1) the process itself, adopting an agile approach; (2) the incremental development and delivery of the software; (3) conceptual data modeling; (4) automated testing; (5) performance analysis.
FITTEST (Future Internet Testing) is a European FP7 project (n. 257574), funded under the theme ICT-2009.1.2 (Internet of Services, Software and Virtualisation). The overall aim of the FITTEST project is to address the testing challenges of Future Internet applications, by developing an integrated environment for automated testing, which can monitor the application under test and can adapt to any dynamic changes observed.
Progetto che si propone di sviluppare su edifici pre-esistenti una "Sopraelevazione XLam MadeinItaly (modulare, riproducibile, energeticamente sostenibile)". Il contributo dell'unita' SE riguarda l'analisi dei requisiti per le componenti di una piattaforma IT a supporto del processo che va da studio di fattibiita', a progettazione, a cantiere di realizzazione e promozione di tale "Sopraelevazione MadeinItaly".
Il progetto ha l'obiettivo di sviluppare un sistema diffuso di interoperabilità interregionale dei Fascicoli Sanitari Elettronici, in particolare per quanto riguarda il servizio di Patient Summary, al fine di migliorare la continuità della cura e sostenere la cooperazione e l’efficienza dei servizi in termini di ottimizzazione dei tempi, razionalizzazione dei costi e riduzione degli errori medici. Il contributo dell'unita' SE riguarda il piano di test relativo alla validazione dell'interoperabilita' tra i sistemi.
The project aims at addressing a series of issues concerning the quality and sustainable development of Alice code. More specifically, the project shall focus on the coding conventions adopted by Alice and their automated verification. research will be also carried out on the analysis of the lexicon employed in the Alice code, aimed at defining and adopting a concise and consistent naming scheme.
IBT (Informatica Bancaria Trentina; industrial partner): The goal of the IBT project is to support the migration of the legacy system Gesbank, property of IBT, toward a more advanced and modern software architecture. In particular, the project consists of the following main tasks: (1) data migration from C-ISAM to a relational DB; (2) language migration, from BAL to Java; (3) migration of the user interface from characters to graphical widgets.
Improving the quality of life for the elderly and disabled through technological progress. That is the goal of project A-CUBE, financed as a “Grand Project” of the Autonomous Province of Trento. The project consortium includes several research units fromFBK, DISI - University of Trento, CreateNet, and Fondazione Don Gnocchi of Milano. A-CUBE’s goal is to study technologies for monitoring complex environments that can be applied in areas such as assisted living homes to help personnel, as well as to support the independence and safety of users.
Research in service oriented computing has been based on the idea that software applications can be constructed by composing and configuring “software services”, i.e., software utilities that can be used but that are not necessarily owned by consumers.