Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering


Software Engineering Processes, Tools and Applications (SEPTA)

Our research topics cover a broad spectrum of software engineering, ranging from Agile and Lean Software Development and Empirical Software Engineering to multi-touch and mobile applications development.

Welcome to Software Engineering Processes, Tools, and Applications (SEPTA) research in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at The University of Auckland.

Research


Related links

file  SEPTA website

Our research topics cover a broad spectrum of software engineering ranging from the technical areas such as multi-touch and mobile applications development to Agile and Lean Software Development and empirical software engineering. Our aim is to work in close collaboration with software companies, practitioners, and government agencies to understand the challenges facing software engineers and to develop theories, explanations, tools and applications to inform practice.

Research themes

  1. Agile and Lean Software Development
  2. Empirical software engineering
  3. Interactive and touch-based software applications development
  4. Mobile applications development
  5. Multi-core applications development

Projects

Most topics are suited for Part IV, summer studentships, Masters, and PhD projects.
Topics within themes 2 and 5 are particularly suited to thesis-based research projects (Masters/PhDs).

We welcome researchers and industry partners (private and government) interested in research collaborations with SEPTA.

Contact us for more information

Contact


For more information, visit the SEPTA wiki or contact:

Dr Rashina Hoda
Phone: +64 9 373 7599 ext 88966
Email: r.hoda@auckland.ac.nz