This week School of Computing professors Jim Cordy and Thomas Dean are hosting over 100 of the world’s top software engineering researchers at the 19th International Working Conference on Reverse Engineering, WCRE 2012, at the Radisson Harbourfront hotel here in Kingston. Researchers from 15 countries and four continents are discussing the latest results in large scalecomputer software analysis, understanding and reengineering.
The Working Conference on Reverse Engineering (WCRE) is the premier
international research conference on the theory and practice of recovering
information from existing software and systems. WCRE explores innovative
methods of extracting the many kinds of information that can be recovered
from software, software engineering documents, and systems artifacts, and examines innovative ways of using this information in system renovation and program understanding.
Thanks to School graduate students Gehan Selim, Eric Rapos, Paul Geesaman and Doug Martin for helping to make our guests welcome here in Kingston.
Click here for the WCRE2012 website.