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Lero is the Irish Software Engineering Research Centre

It brings together leading software engineering (SE) teams from Universities and Institutes of Technology in a coordinated centre of research excellence with a strong industry focus. Lero has raised the level and profile of Irish software engineering research with such effect that it is now one of the best known and highly regarded SE research centres in the world.


The centre has the proven capacity to attract and retain global research leaders and to make a substantial contribution both to software engineering research and to the Irish economy. Lero is now ready to take on key challenges of Evolving Critical Systems.


The Lero Centre is supported by a CSET grant from SFI, by other state grants, by industry contributions and by external funding (particularly the EU’s research programmes). Non-SFI funding for the Centre is currently 47% of the total and our sustainability plan places particular emphasis on industry support and EU funding in the years ahead.


Lero interfaces with a wide range of industry, state agencies, educational bodies and international collaborators to deliver on its twin goals of research excellence and social and economic relevance.


For more information visit www.lero.ie

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  • Ghaith, Shadi; Wang, Miao; Perry, Philip; Murphy, Liam (Association for Computing Machinery, 2014)
    Using modelling to predict the performance characteristics of software applications typically uses Queueing Network Models representing the various system hardware resources. Leaving out the software resources, such as ...
  • Thorpe, Christina; Murphy, Liam (IEEE Computer Society, 2014)
    This survey provides a comprehensive review of existing physical carrier sensing enhancements for IEEE 802.11 wireless networks. The original physical carrier sensing mechanism, used by wireless stations to gain access ...
  • Stol, Klaas-Jan; Avgeriou, Paris; Ali Babar, Muhammad; Lucas, Yan; Fitzgerald, Brian (Association for Computing Machinery, 2014)
    A number of organizations have adopted Open Source Software (OSS) development practices to support or augment their software development processes, a phenomenon frequently referred to as Inner Source. However the adoption ...
  • Fitzgerald, Brian; Stol, Klaas-Jan (Association for Computing Machinery, 2014)
    Throughout its short history, software development has been characterized by harmful disconnects between important activities e.g., planning, development and implementation. The problem is further exacerbated by the ...
  • Bragard, Quentin; Ventresque, Anthony; Murphy, Liam (Association for Computing Machinery, 2014)
    Synchronisation mechanisms are essential in distributed sim- ulation. Some systems rely on central units to control the simulation but central units are known to be bottlenecks [10]. If we want to avoid using a central ...