Overview

Applied Software Engineering & AI Research Group (ASE)

ASE research topics include software engineering, requirements engineering, machine learning, recommender systems, knowledge representations for complex products and services, and related concepts supporting explainable AI (XAI). Example application domains are healthcare, public administration, intelligent production, and financial services.

Systems Developed by ASE …

checkr

CheckR supports personalized knowledge sharing & learning processes. On the basis of gamification and recommendation technologies, it helps to improve the quality of personal learning processes. Try it out here!

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EventHelpr supports the management of ad hoc events (e.g., project meetings, travels, workshops, and repeated goup meetings). It also supports innovation and group decision making on the basis of various decision support techniques. Try it out here!

Recent Best Papers …

  • Web Intelligence 2019 Best Papers: R. Samer, M. Stettinger, and A. Felfernig. Towards Issue Recommendation for Open Source Communities, 2019.
  • Configuration Workshop 2018 Best Papers: M. Atas, T. Trang, R. Samer, D. Fucci, A. Felfernig and M. Stettinger. Liquid Democracy in Group-based Configuration, 2018. Ralph Samer, M. Atas, A. Felfernig, M. Stettinger, A. Falkner and G. Schenner. Group Decision Support for Requirements Management Processes, 2018.
  • SEKE 2017 Best Paper: A. Shehadeh, A. Felfernig, M. Jeran, M. Stettinger and S. Reiterer. Knowledge-based Learning Content Generation in the StudyBattles Environment, Pittsburgh, PN, 2017.
  • UMAP 2015 Best Papers: M. Stettinger, A. Felfernig, G. Leitner, and S. Reiterer. Counteracting Anchoring Effects in Group Decision Making, 2015.
  • Configuration Workshop 2016 (ConfWS’16) Runner-up best paper: A. Felfernig, M. Atas, T. Tran, and M. Stettinger. Towards Group-based Configuration, pp. 69-72, Toulouse, France, 2016.

Recent Projects & Events …

  • ACM Systems and Software Product Line Conference (SPLC’22), organized by the Applied Software Engineering & AI group @TU Graz.
  • Configuration Workshop 2022 @TU Graz: co-located with the ACM SPLC’22 conference in Graz, Austria.
  • OpenSpace (FFG, 2022-2024)
  • StreamDiver (FFG, 2021-2024)
  • ParXCel (FFG Bridge 1, 2020-2023): Machine Learning and Parallelization for Scalable Constraint Solving
  • 25th International Symposium on Methodologies for Intelligent Systems: take a look at the conference website!
  • 20+ years of Configuration Workshop (ConfWS): take a look at the Google Map overview!
  • Configuration Workshop 2018 @TU Graz: take a look at the workshop website!
  • OpenReq (Horizon 2020, 2017-2019): Intelligent Recommendation & Decision Technologies for Community-Driven Requirements Engineering.
  • Agile (Horizon 2020, 2016-2018): Adoptive Gateways for dIverse MuLtiple Environments in the Internet of Things