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Professor Valentino Vranić has a long-term interest in interconnecting human and realization aspects of software development.

Staff Members

  • Dr. Ivana Černáková maintains her scientific interests in software modeling and project management.
  • Dr. Peter Kapec's research interests lie in the visualization of software and its properties, as well as in information visualization in general, including virtual and augmented reality, visual analytics, and novel interaction techniques in visualization.
  • Ivan Kapustík explores software development in functional languages, with the focus on interactive web systems.
  • Doc. Mgr. Yevheniia Kataieva, PhD. explores project management, agile approaches, and software testing.
  • Docent Lukáš Kohútka explores hardware acceleration, ASIC/FPGA design, CPU design, and web based EDA tools.
  • Dr. Martin Komák explores artificial intelligence (neuroevolution in control, fuzzy systems, solving optimization problems by genetic algorithms, etc.) and industrial robotics (trajectory optimization).
  • Dr. Eduard Kuric explores user experience, user behavior analytics, user modeling, personalization, and human computer interaction.
  • Doc. Ján Lang explores extending and adapting techniques of software development to other areas with a particular interest in education.
  • Docent Fedor Lehocki maintains a sustaining research interest in health informatics and telemedicine in general and in particular from the perspective of software modeling.
  • Doc. Giang Nguyen is interested in machine learning, deep learning, and soft computing methods for data modeling, particularly in network monitoring and cyber security with information technology and HPC/PDC background and support.
  • Dr. Vladimír Mlynarovič explores the field of software requirements.
  • Dr. Eugen Molnár explores software architecture.
  • Juraj Petrík explores stylometry in context of natural language and source code.
  • Matej Pecháč explores machine learning.
  • Dr. Juraj Vincúr explores the potential of virtual, augmented, and mixed reality in software development.
  • Aleksandra Vranić explores drama and education patterns and how they are related to software patterns.

PhD Student Members

  • Mirwais Ahmadzai explores federated(collaborative) learning with data privacy protection.
  • Pavol Baťalík explores knowledge interlinking in open systems.
  • Pavle Dakić explores software testing and its uses to improve the quality of software artifacts.
  • Mohammad Daud Haiderzai explores patterns of market oriented software development.
  • Mohammad Yusuf Momand explores digital transformation and its organizational aspects and how it can be captured with patterns.
  • Mohammad Ismail Khattab explores the understanding between a customer and development team and how it can be captured with patterns.
  • Viktor Matovič explores stochastic approaches to recovering relationships between organizational patterns of software development.
  • Oleksandr Lytvyn explores machine learning and sensitive data protection.
  • Jakub Perdek explores software product lines and how it can be supported by aspect-oriented programming.
  • Nikhil Shanbhag explores organizational patterns of agile software development.
  • Igor Stupavský explores antisocial behavior in online communities.
  • Valéria Tašková explores design and optimization of digital systems.
  • Haji Gul Wahaj explores the challenges and best practices of software development outsourcing.
  • Shakirullah Waseeb explores mining of the relationships between organizational patterns of software development.

Former Members


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