The Applied Software Engineering Research Group (ASERG) aims to conduct research and development activities on software engineering with an interdisciplinary view of its application. The group favours close relationships with companies through two main branches of action: Consultancy services and applied R&D in partnership with industry; and Research on the advancement of ICT and computing.

We are part of the Department of Computing and the Industry and Innovation Research Institute at Sheffield Hallam University.

You can find more about the group in these pages.


Apr 2, 2024 Two funded PhD positions offered by members of ASERG
Jul 14, 2023 The book chapter An IoT-Enabled Innovative Smart Parking Recommender Approach has been published on the Taylor & Francis book Recommender Systems - A Multi-Disciplinary Approach The chapter presents RecoPark, an IoT-based smart parking recommender solution, which enables cars to a parking space automatically across cities and to reserve it on the move. The work is a collaboration between Soumya Basu and Ajanta Das.
Mar 30, 2023 Checkout here how ASERG member Dr. Soumya Basu helped with Guildhawk’s digital transformation while pivoting from a language service business to a technology-led global operations.
Mar 10, 2023 Several GTA PhD positions offered by members of ASERG
Sep 29, 2022 The article BPM2DDD: A Systematic Process for Identifying Domains from Business Processes Models has been published on the MDPI Journal Software. The articles presents a technique capture bounded contexts and their relationships into DDD context maps based on the extraction of information from business process models. The work is a collaboration between Carlos Eduardo da Silva, Soumya Basu and Eduardo Luiz Gomes.