My research interests are agile software development, model driven software engineering, domain specific languages and the Internet of Things. I intend to extensively design, generate or use models everywhere.
My current projects include approaches to (collaboratively) generate models from natural language descriptions, knowledge extraction, event-based coupling of devices in the internet of things and improving our software engineering curricula and my teaching skills.
- Gilson F., Galster M. and Georis F.. (2020) Generating Use Case Scenarios from User Stories. In : 31-40.
- Gilson F., Morales M. and Mathews M.. (2020) How Junior Developers Deal with Their Technical Debt? In.
- Costa Silva C., Gilson F. and Galster M.. (2019) Comparison Framework for Team-Based Communication Channels. In Franch X; M annist o T; Martínez-Fernández S (Eds). Product-Focused Software Process Improvement: 315-322. Springer International Publishing.
- Galster M., Gilson F. and Georis F. (2019) What Quality Attributes Can We Find in Product Backlogs? A Machine Learning Perspective. Paris, France: European Conference on Software Architecture, 9-13 Sep 2019. In Software Architecture 11681: 88-96. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-29983-5_6.
- Gilson F. and Weyns D. (2019) When Natural Language Processing Jumps into Collaborative Software Engineering. Hamburg, Germany: 2019 IEEE International Conference on Software Architecture Companion (ICSA-C), 25-26 Mar 2019. In Proceedings of ICSA-C 2019: 238-241. http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/ICSA-C.2019.00049.