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Prof. Csaba Szabó - invited lecturer at the SSE conference

Csaba Szabó, a full professor at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics, Technical University of Košice, Slovakia, will give an invited talk on “Evolution of a Software System Architecture - Explained in a Model Situation” within the SSE conference at this year’s MIPRO convention.


The most important decision in the early stage of software development is the design of system architecture. In this talk, they set up a model situation and present such decision. Then, evolution of the software is simulated. Since in parallel to the evolution of the system and its environment there is also a kind of evolution in the understanding of the underlying domain and problems by the software team, it is obvious that the initial architectural design becomes also a subject of evolution. Kinds and ways of this evolution are the main focus point of this talk. In their model situation, they evolve the system architecture of a web application from a client-server architecture with full single technology stack to a microfrontends' architecture with distributed heterogenous technology stack. 

Csaba Szabó is an associate professor at Department of Computers and Informatics, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics, Technical University of Košice. His research focuses on various topics in software engineering including behavioral description of software and testware, requirements engineering, software evolution and autonomic computing. He is the author of over 120 publications and since 2015 he is Editorial Review Board member of the Egyptian Computer Science Journal. Mr. Szabó is actually active in researching energy profiling methods for both software and software processes as well as in software architecture evolution and software project management simulation.

You are welcome to join us. The exact date and location will be announced at later date.

More information about the lecturer and his presentation can be found here.

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