The Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council announced $1.65 million in funding for the Dependable Internet-of-Things Applications (DITA) program, which will be led by Marin Litoiu, an associate professor in both the School of Information Technology in the Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies and the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Lassonde School of […]
Automated text-based or speech-based personal assistants, also known as chatbots, have been prevalent in several domains including marketing and technical support. Through mainstream applications, such as Siri or Alexa, their popularity has increased and we now see them being used in even more domains. Although the purpose of chatbots varies among domains, there are common […]
Professor Marin Litoiu, Post Doctoral Fellows Marios Fokaefs, Cornel Barna, Hamzek Khazaei and IBMers Radu Mateescu and Joe Wigglesworth received the Best Exhibit Award at the 26th Conference on Computer Science and Software Engineering for "A DevOps Architecture for Continuous Delivery of Containerized Cloud Applications" exhibit.
Professor Marin Litoiu, Post Doctoral Fellows Marios Fokaefs and Cornel Barna, MAIST student Rodrigo Veleda and IBMers Radu Mateescu and Joe Wigglesworth received the Best Paper Award at the 26th Conference on Computer Science and Software Engineering for "Enabling DevOps for Containerized Data-Intensive Applications: An Exploratory Study".
A book on the history of IBM Centre for Advanced Studies, its success and impact on Software Engineering and Computer Science in Canada: Collaboration and Innovation: Honouring 25 Years of CAS and CASCON, Edited by: Marin Litoiu, Kelly Lyons, Hausi Muller, Joanna Ng, ISBN-13: 978-1534654594.
Marin Litoiu and his long time collaborators: Murray Woodside, Tao Zheng, Gabriel Iszlai, received the Decade Most Influential Paper Award, at CASCON 2015 for the paper "Tracking time-varying parameters in software systems with extended Kalman filters" (pdf). In Proceedings of the 2005 conference of the Centre for Advanced Studies on Collaborative research (CASCON '05).