Software Engineering is a key discipline in the training of students as well as in the development of software and the provision of services associated with ICT, so its study and development are key in the university.
The Research Group of Engineering and Software Quality aims to contribute to the continuous improvement of the teaching of Software Engineering, the process of software development and the provision of services associated with ICT, through the development and application of scientific results in the area of Software Engineering and Quality.
Some topics of interest to the group are: teaching Software Engineering, process improvement, software architecture and software development process management, among others.
Related research topics:
Teaching Software Engineering. The topics related to the teaching of Software Engineering are included, the main topics of interest are: Knowledge Systems of Software Engineering, evaluation of teaching-learning of Software Engineering, strategies and active methodologies for the teaching of Software Engineering (project-based teaching, case study, problem teaching, etc.), the task system for the teaching of Software Engineering, the design and evaluation of means for the teaching of Software Engineering and the educational technologies associated with the teaching of Software Engineering.
Quality. It includes topics related to product and process quality assurance, quality management, measurement and analysis, quality audits, software verification and validation, process improvement and other aspects that contribute to quality improvement. Processes and products.
Technical Disciplines of Software Engineering. It focuses on the study of aspects directly related to software development and includes engineering requirements, development methodologies and case tools, software architecture, configuration management, software maintenance and design and construction of software, among others.
Management of Software Engineering. It focuses on the study of the management aspects that are required to develop software or provide services associated with ICT, including but not limited to: estimation and planning, monitoring and control, risk management and human resources management.