Software Analysis and Transformation group news

Banking on Domain Knowledge for Faster Transactions

Tim Soethout of CWI's Software Analysis and Transformation group defended his thesis at Eindhoven University of Technology.

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Metaprogramming for maintenance at Philips

Jurgen Vinju leads the research group Software Analysis and Transformation (SWAT) at Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica and is a part-time full professor of automated software analysis at Eindhoven University of Technology.

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Europe needs strong software research

“Software is eating the world.” Like oxygen is an essential element for all life forms, software is the invisible yet crucial fabric of our society. Researchers from Finland, France and the Netherlands …

Europe needs strong software research

Noisy numbers

Although we heavily rely on computations executed by computers, many computations produce inaccurate results. What if computers are wrong?

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CWI’s 25th spin-off develops software of the future

Swat.engineering generates new and transforms existing software based on domain knowledge.

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Software engineering makes games more exciting

Creating good games with interesting game experiences is difficult. Software engineer Riemer van Rozen developed a domain-specific programming language (DSL) for games that allows game designers to design better games, in a …

Software engineering makes games more exciting

Software Engineering Symposium 2020 (SEN) at CWI

Coming Friday VERSEN organizes the sixth Dutch national software engineering symposium at CWI. It will feature six invited talks from academia and industry.

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Most Influential Paper award for SWAT researchers at SCAM ‘19

CWI’s SWAT group has been awarded the prize for most influential paper for the article that introduced programming language Rascal ten years ago at the SCAM conference.

Most Influential Paper award for SWAT researchers at SCAM ‘19