We focus on research in the areas of software architecture, software design, and software engineering.
In particular, we currently focus on software patterns, design decisions, service-oriented architectures (SOA), process-driven SOA, event-based architectures (EDA), adaptive architectures, model-driven software development (MDD), and domain-specific languages (DSL).

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Topics for Bachelor and Master Theses WS2020

Software Architecture is offering the following topics for Bachelor and Master theses for WS2020.

Open position at SWA

Scientific staff, 30 hrs starting January 2021

Two Papers Accepted at ICSOC

We are very happy to announce that two papers have been accepted at the 18th International Conference on Service-Oriented Computing 2020.

Goodbye, Philipp!

Open position at the SWA

Scientific Staff

30 hrs starting November 2020

Paper accepted at ECSA 2020

We are very happy to announce that a paper has been accepted at the 14th European Conference on Software Architecture 2020.

Patric Genfer joins SWA

Paper accepted at ABZ 2020

We are very happy to announce that a paper has been accepted at the 7th International Conference on Rigorous State Based Methods (ABZ 2020)!

Paper accepted at IEEE ICBC

We are very happy to announce that a full paper has been accepted at IEEE ICBC 2020

Topics for Bachelor and Master Theses SS2020

Software Architecture is offering interesting new topics for Bachelor and Master theses for SS2020.

New project funded by the FWF

We are happy to announce that the research group SWA has been granted funds by the FWF for the project ‘API-ACE – Analytics-centric Continuous Design of Microservice APIs’.

Best Paper Award at the ECSA 2019

On September 3, our team held its annual team event.

2nd Vienna Software Seminar

The VSS took place for the second time August 28-30.

PhD thesis defence by Christoph Kaineder

PhD thesis defence by Michael Szvetits

Talk by Prof. Michel Chaudron

Prof. Michel Chaudron of the University of Gothenburg is giving a talk on 'Modeling in Software Development'

New Topics for Bachelor and Master theses WS2019

Attention students: Software Architecture is offering interesting new topics for Bachelor- and Master theses.