Research

For the last updated on my recent research projects, check the corresponding page in the MUSCAT research group!

Current PhD Students

  • Nassim Bounouas (from 2021 on / co-supervised with Prof. Mireille Blay-Fornarino): Software user-tailoring driven by usages
  • Yann Brault (from 2023 / full supervision): Smart Identification and Visualization of Variability in Very Large Software Architectures

PhD Alumni

  • Johann Mortara (PhD in dec. 2022): Mastering Variability in the Wild: On Object-Oriented Variability Implementations and Variability-aware Build Systems
  • Sami Lazreg (PhD in dec. 2020, co-supervised with Ass. Prof. SĂ©bastien Mosser): Variability-Intensive Applications over Highly-Configurable Platforms: Early Feasibility and Optimality Analysis
  • Xhevahire Ternava (PhD in dec. 2017): Handling Variability at the Code Level: Modeling, Tracing and Checking Consistency
  • Cyril Cecchinel (PhD in nov. 2017, co-supervised with Ass. Prof. SĂ©bastien Mosser): DEPOSIT : Une approche pour exprimer et déployer des politiques de collecte de données sur des infrastructures de capteurs hétérogènes et partagées
  • Filip Krikava (PhD in nov. 2013, co-supervised with Johan Montagnat ): Domain-Specific Modeling Language for Self-adaptive Software Systems Architecture
  • Mathieu Acher (PhD in sept. 2011, co-supervised with Pr. Philippe Lahire): Managing Multiple Feature Models: Foundations, Language and Applications.
  • Bao LeDuc (PhD in dec. 2010, UPMC/LIP6, Paris and France TĂ©lĂ©com R&D, co-supervised with Pr. Jacques Malenfant): A QoI-aware Framework for Adaptive Monitoring.
  • HervĂ© Chang (PhD in dec. 2007): contract negotiation on extrafunctional properties for hierarchical software components.
  • Alain Ozanne (PhD in nov. 2007, UPMC/LIP6, Paris and France TĂ©lĂ©com R&D, co-supervised with Pr. Jacques Malenfant): a general contract model, supporting different specification formalisms and software artefacts.

Alumni

  • Yann Brault (Research Master, 2022): Symfinder-JS - detecting variability related symmetries in JavaScript and Typescript
  • Cyril Cecchinel (Research Master, 2014): A Generative Approach to Support the User-Driven Exploitation of Sensing Infrastructures.
  • Anthony Palmieri (Research Master, 2014): Handling Regulatory Goal Model Families as Software Product Lines.
  • Mathieu Acher (Research Master, 2008): A metamodel for a product line of contracted services on the grid.
  • BenoĂźt Vallette d'Osia (Research Master, 2005): Exception Handling for autonomous hierarchical components.
  • Bastien Manuel (Research Master, 2005): Model-based specification for hierarchical components.
  • HervĂ© Chang (Research Master, 2004): Negotiation mechanisms for contracted software components.
  • Annabelle Mercier (Research Master, 2002): Study of a general contracting model for software components.
  • Greta Vignola (Research Master, 2000): Evolution control of persistent Java objects using assertions.