Welcome to the Knowledge and Software Engineering Laboratory website.
As part of the Advanced Computing Research Centre (ACRC) at the University of South Australia we specialise in high-level descriptions of programming, interoperability of integrated systems, and advanced knowledge technologies.
November 15th: At the Data-to-Decisions Conference held recently, the Integrated Law Enforcement (ILE) Team, of which KSE Lab is a member, was awarded the National Security Impact Award. This award recognises the team making the greatest contribution to national security outcomes: now and in the future. The ILE program of the D2D CRC aims to provide police forces and analysts with uniform access to integrated information located in diverse data sources. The award acknowledges that the platform developed to date has significant potential to enhance the work of intelligence analysts from a range of agencies.
September 2016: Dr Georg Grossmann was appointed Steering Committee Chair for the IEEE International Conference on Enterprise Computing (EDOC).
17 August 2016: KSE Lab is taking part in the 3rd International Workshop on Multi-Level Modelling (MULTI’16) to be held in conjunction with MODELS’2016 in October. Workshop co-chair Georg Grossmann (of KSE Lab) would like to encourage you to attend and join the discussion to solidify what Multi-Level Modelling means to the modelling paradigm at large.
Be sure to check out the presentation of our accepted paper: A Feature-based Comparison Framework of Multi-Level Modeling Approaches and Tools, Muzaffar Igamberdiev, Georg Grossmann, and Markus Stumptner
15 August 2016: KSE Lab is excited to welcome two new members: Wenhao and Amir. They will be working in the D2D CRC as part of the Integrated Law Enforcement Project. With their addition, work on the project is ramping up. We look forward to working with them as part of our team.
25th July 2016: KSE lab is in the news! The South Australian news site The Lead featured an article about our work with the Defence Science and Technology Group on extracting behaviours from text, modelling the behaviours, and transforming the models into executable form for combat simulations. Check out the article and have a look the project for more details.