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About the Lab

The Software Technology Laboratory at Queen's University has been conducting leading edge research in software design and engineering for 20 years. The lab currently has 9 faculty members and 22 student members. Graduates of the Software Technology Laboratory include leading software innovators in virtually every major software house in Canada as well as several professors of Software Engineering in Canada and abroad.

Within the lab, research is conducted by a variety of groups including the Modeling and Analysis in Software Engineering (MASE) Group, the Engineering Interactive Systems (EQUIS) Group, the Source Transformation Group, and the Queen's Reliable Software Technology (QRST) Group. For information on the research conducted by these groups and others please see the recent publications section of our website.

History

The Software Technology Laboratory at Queen's University was established in 1986 by D.A. Lamb and J.R. Cordy,

Primarily funded by NSERC and CITO, over the years the laboratory has  enjoyed support from IBM Canada Limited, Silicon Graphics Inc., Sun Microsystems and other companies. The laboratory has spun off start-up companies such as NIAL Systems Limited, Legasys Corporation, Namzak Labs and TXL Software Research Inc.

As part of the ITRC Software Design Technology project, the laboratory shared in the ITRC 1994 Bank of Montreal Innovation Excellence Award and the ITRC 1995 ITRC Chair's Award for Entrepreneurship in Technology Innovation.


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