News and Press Releases
Philipp Meier from the Descartes Research Group wins the FZI Prize "Best Diploma Thesis"
Michael Faber, Philipp Meier and Qais Noorshams awarded as best computer science graduates of the year 2010/2011.
KIT-Informatik stark beteiligt: Karlsruher Software-Technik-Forscher ist stellvertretender Koordinator.
A major new version of QPME (Queueing Petri net Modeling Environment), version 2.0, was released today and is now available under the terms of the Eclipse Public License (EPL) v1.0.
The paper "Evaluating and Modeling Virtualization Performance Overhead for Cloud Environments" by N. Huber, M. von Quast, M. Hauck, and S. Kounev received the Best Paper Award at CLOSER 2011.
A new IEEE Software paper on performance predictions using software components was published.
The RELATE ITN Kick-Off Meeting took place on March 31 and April 1 at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology in Karlsruhe, Germany.
A new edition of the Palladio tech report is now available. It contains the updated documentation of the Palladio approach and the Palladio Component Model.
The paper "Automated Simulation-Based Capacity Planning for Enterprise Data Fabrics" by S. Kounev, K. Bender, F. Brosig, N. Huber, and R. Okamoto received the Best Paper Award at SIMUTools2011.
Participants from industry and academia coming from 20 different countries attended ICPE 2011 in Karlsruhe.
Anne Koziolek (Martens) and Catia Trubiani have received a best paper award for their contribution “Detection and Solution of Software Performance Antipatterns in Palladio Architectural Models”.
The new Research Group (RG) of the Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation (SPEC), co-founded by Samuel Kounev and Kai Sachs, was publicly announced today
Palladio 3.2 was released on 2011-03-06. The tool release is accompanied with a brand new website: palladio-simulator.com.
A New Marie Curie Integrated Training Network (ITN) "RELATE" on Engineering and Provisioning of Service-Based Cloud Applications was launched today
The lecture “Component-based Software Development” of summer term 2010 has been granted the best lecture award of the faculty of informatics at KIT.
as member of the chairmanship of the German Computer Science Society
The paper entitled "An Industrial Case Study on Quality Impact Prediction for Evolving Service-Oriented Software" was accepted for ICSE SEIP 2011.
One of Germany's largest Eclipse DemoCamp took place in Karlsruhe on December 9th, 2010.
Fabian Brosig and Martin Küster, members of the SDQ group, have received prizes by the ObjektForum Karlsruhe.
The joint Czech and German DFG-funded Ferdinand project had its kick-off on November 26th, 2010. The project is named after the founder of science-based mechanical engineering: Ferdinand Redtenbacher.
DemoCamp: 9th December 2010 at the FZI, Germany
Papers on Software Performance Antipatterns and Timer Metrics accepted.
Weihnachtliches Ambiente, Kekse und Glühwein kostenlos am Donnerstag, den 02.12. ab 15:45 Uhr – alle Studenten sind herzlich eingeladen!
The IIC is a joint institution of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), the FZI Research Center for Information Technology, and IBM Research & Development Böblingen GmbH.
As a result of the ArchiPL workshop, an article on Architectural Concepts in Programming Languages has been published in issue 2010-10 of IEEE Computer.
Watch the KIT smart home which is optimised for energy efficiency. Researchers of SDQ are involved in the development of the future smart home.
A new paper on a series of experiments on monolithic and component-based performance evaluation of software architectures was accepted for the Springer's Journal of Empirical Software Engineering (EMSE).
Fabian Brosig from the Descartes Research Group wins the FZI Prize "Best Diploma Thesis"
An article about the MDSD survey conducted by the FZI has been published on heise online.
The Call-for-Papers for the 2nd ACM/SPEC International Conference on Performance Engineering (ICPE 2011) to be held in Karlsruhe from March 14-16, 2011 is now available.