Dr Yuri Bykov

31 August, 2017

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing away of our colleague Dr Yuri Bykov. 

Yuri was a Research Fellow in the School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science at Queen Mary Univeristy London. He wad a leading scientist in his field of investigation and developing metaheuristic optimisation techniques. Yuri’s work includes the theoretical studies of algorithmic performance with different problems, improving the effectiveness of models, problem's representation and search techniques in Timetabling, Scheduling, Bioinformatics, Grid Scheduling, Logistic and Transportation problems.Yuri was awarded his PhD from The University of Nottingham in 2003 and worked on several projects before joining QMUL. 


Blog post: DAASE members win grant to develop autonomous satellites

11 July, 2017

Please click here to read about the work that Dr Earl T. Barr and Dr David R. White will be doing on nano satellites. 


Three new blog posts

16 June, 2017

Head over to the DAASE blog for three new posts on MaJiCKe moving to Facebook, Justyna Petke's 5 year fellowship and Dr Sandy Brownlee's work on search-based energy optimization.


Dr David R. White in Nature

12 April, 2017

Dr David R. White has been quoted in an article on single-board computers in Nature the international weekly journal of science.

You can read the article here:


Most updates to mobile apps don’t make a noticeable difference

17 November, 2016

Research by William Martin, Dr Federica Sarro and Prof Mark Harman finds that most updates to mobile apps don’t make a noticeable difference. To read more please click here.

The research paper is available here.


DAASE success at GECCO Human Competitive Awards (HUMIES)

02 August, 2016

Many congratulations to Alex Marginean who received gold for his work on Automated Transplantation, with Earl Barr, Justyna Petke, Yue Jia and Mark Harman. And Federica Sarro picked up the Bronze for her work on Multi Objective Effort Estimation with Alessio Petrezziello and Mark Harman.

This work is funded by the EPSRC DAASE Programme Grant on Dynamic Adaptive Automated Software Engineering and UCL Department of Computer Science


Streamlining airports with cloud computing - Microsoft case study

29 April, 2016

Sandy Brownlee from The University of Stirling recently completed research into streamlining airports with cloud computing. You can read the case study here

You can watch a clip about the research here



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