Interested in studying with the software engineering group? At the University of Toronto, new students must apply through the department. You can find information on this process at the department's web page.
You should browse the professor pages. While admissions are done by a committee, it is useful to know a project or area you wish to work on.
Please look at the following summary pages of upcoming projects to get an idea of what you might be interested in working on.
Projects of Professor Marsha Chechik
- Project M1: Automated Consistency Management and Change Propagation for Collections of Models
- Project M2: Model Management Toolkit and Relationships Formalization
- Project M3: Slicing of Model Collections
- Project M4: Software Model Checking
- Project M5: Reasoning about Web Services
- Project M6: Partial Behavioural Models of Software
- Project M7: Support for Capturing and Inferring Model Roles
Projects of Professor Kelly Lyons
I am currently looking for students who are interested in working on a project with SAP Vancouver, Collaborative Decision Making in Software Engineering over Distance.
Check out what my current students are working on.
Projects of Professor Eric Yu
My research is directed at several areas in software engineering, early-stage requirements analysis, information systems, enterprise architecture, and knowledge management. In most cases, we try to gain new insights and perspectives by using a strategic actors modeling approach (See the i* modeling homepage). Some student research topics include:
- Business intelligence enabled adaptive enterprise architecture
- Business intelligence modeling
- Strategic business modeling for policy compliance
- Modeling business strategies for software and systems requirements engineering
- Model-based approaches to business-IT alignment
- Strategic decision making in software ecosystems
- Software architecture as social organization
- Software process improvement guided by strategic reasoning
- Strategic knowledge base for software process design
- Software engineering as knowledge management
- Service vs product conceptions in software engineering techniques and enterprise architecture
- Security analysis using strategic modeling
- White-box security analysis using strategic actors approach
- Security design knowledge base
- Strategic modeling with i* - analysis techniques
- Visualization of i* models
- Integrated Decision Support for Sustainability