Smart Modeling for softw@re Research and Technology

SM@RT is a great software engineering team of the Reliability of Systems and Software department that specializes in software agility and safety for cyber-physical systems. The team explores new foundations, and develops ground-breaking tools and methods for modeling and software languages (domain-specific languages, specification languages, programming and modeling languages), with a particular focus on the scientific breakthroughs related to socio-technical coordination (heterogeneity of models and execution platforms, final user in the loop, etc.). SM@RT is a leading team in model-driven engineering (MDE) and software language engineering (SLE). The team is highly involved in the international scientific community, and has established strong industrial partnerships (through bilateral and collaborative projects). SM@RT seconds most of the scientific contributions with software developments. The team is also highly involved in various open-source communities (e.g., Eclipse), and contributes to different projects.

Interests

  • Model-Based Systems Engineering
  • Requirements Engineering
  • Agile Methods & Design Patterns
  • Modeling for Sustainability
  • FUN (Final User Need) Modeling

Meet the SM@RT people

Permanent

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Jean-Michel Bruel

Professor of Software Engineering

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Nan Messe

Assistant Professor

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Pierre-Jean Charrel

Professor of Software Engineering

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Sophie Ebersold-Marcaillou

Associate Professor of Software Engineering

Associates

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Benoît Combemale

Professor of Software Engineering, U. Rennes 1

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Bernard Coulette

Emeritus Professor

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Bertrand Meyer

Professor of Software Engineering

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Yinling Liu

PostDoc since 10/2020

Ph.D. Students

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Hamna Aslam

Ph.D. student since 10/2019

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Ildar Nigmatullin

Registration pending

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Ilya Baimetov

Registration pending

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Mariya Naumcheva

Registration pending

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Mika Pons

Ph.D. student since 10/2021

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Mohammad Chami

Consultant

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Nursultan Askarbekuly

Registration pending

Former Ph.D. Students

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Alexandr Naumchev

2019 - Associate Professor at Innopolis University

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Anas Motii

2017 - Consultant IAM chez Sogeti

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Florian Galinier

2021 - Spilen CEO

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Jacob Geisel

2015 - Software Engineer and in Charge of Academic Relations at Obeo

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Mamadou Lakhassane Cissé

2021 - Engineer at Open Function

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Maroun Koussaifi

18/12/2020 - Consultant at Antipolis

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Renan Leroux-Beaudout

2020 - Ingénieur chez ALTRAN

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Ronan Baduel

2019 - Consultant ALTEN

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Saloua Bennani

2021 - Software Engineer

Journal Publications

You can also access the official list from the lab (up to date, but only related to it).

Conference Publications

(and workshops)

Projects

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Chaire Industrielle

Chaire Industrielle

Despite the success of Model-Based Systems Engineering adoption, its application at scale and in a continuous approach to ensure the delivery of added value for its adopters is far from straightforward. The inherent complexity in terms of implied domains or of massively heterogeneous and poorly related data is not weaved by the simple use of a formal and disciplined modeling approach. A collaborative and continuous framework and process are required and need to aggregate up-to-date technologies in complementary techniques such as models, ontologies, and complex data management. It is the purpose of this Chair to study and make effective such complementarity.

Formal Requirements

Formal Requirements

Collaboration initiated with the Innopolis University on the use of formal methods in Requirements Engineering

FUN Modeling

FUN Modeling

Placing the Final User Needs (FUN) at the center of the (modeling) concerns

MBSE & Early Validation

MBSE & Early Validation

An integrated model-based early validation approach for Railway Systems

GEMOC Initiative

GEMOC Initiative

GEMOC is an open and international initiative that aims to coordinate and disseminate the research results regarding the support of the coordinated use of various modeling languages that will lead to the concept of the globalization of modeling languages.

Moise

Moise

MOdels and Information Sharing for System Engineering in Extended Entreprise

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