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SaS Seminars

Software and Systems Research Seminar Series


The SaS Seminars are a permanent series of open seminars of the Division of Software and Systems (SaS) at the Department of Computer and Information Science (IDA), Linköping University. The objective of the seminars is to present outstanding research and ideas/problems relevant for SaS present and future activities. In particular, seminars cover the SaS research areas software engineering, programming environments, system software, embedded SW/HW systems, computer systems engineering, realtime systems, parallel and distributed computing, and theoretical computer science. - Two kinds of seminars are planned:

  • talks by invited speakers not affiliated with SaS,

  • internal seminars presenting lab research to whole SaS.

The speakers are expected to give a broad perspective of the presented research, adressing the audience with a general computer science background but possibly with no specific knowledge in the domain of the presented research. The normal length of a presentation is 60 minutes, including discussion.

The SaS seminars are coordinated by Ahmed Rezine.



Recent / Upcoming SaS Seminars (2017)



From C++98 towards C++17 and beyond

Prof. Jose-Daniel Garcia-Sanchez, University Carlos III of Madrid, Spain

Thursday, January 26th, 2017, 10:15-11:15, room Alan Turing

Abstract:
C++ has now a long history and it is a highly used language in a wide range of application domains (videogames, finance, aerospace, embedded systems, scientific computing, to name only some of them). After a steady period in the last decade, in recent years we have seen a revitalization with the publication of two new standards (C++11 and C++14) as well as a number of additional technical specifications. The new version of the ISO C++ standard is scheduled to be published during 2017 and there are additional plans for evolution. In this talk, I will provide a view on the evolution of the language trying to highlight what are the design principles behind C++ evolution. I will illustrate examples of this evolution with features scheduled for C++17. I will also pay some attention to features provided in additional technical specifications complementing the main standard that we envision for the near future. Finally I will try to outline what could be the future of C++.

Bio of speaker:
J. Daniel Garcia is an Associate Professor in Computer Architecture at University Carlos III of Madrid in Spain since 2006. He has been serving as head of spanish delegation to ISO C++ standards committee since 2008. Before joining academia he worked as a software engineer in industrial projects in different domains including real time control systems, civil engineering, medical imaging, aerospace engineering, and high performance scientific computing. Since he moved to University he has participated in many funded research projects at national and international levels. He was the coordinator of the EU FP7 REPARA project aiming at refactoring C++ applications for parallel heterogeneous architectures. He also leads his university participation in the H2020 RePhrase project also related to better software engineering practices for parallel C++ applications. He has co-authored more than 22 articles in international journals as well as many other in international conferences. His research is focused on programming models for applications improvement. In particular, his aim is improving both performance of applications (faster applications) and maintainability (easier to modify).




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