Since our establishment in 2017, we have raised over 2.3 million CHF in competitive research grants and development mandates. Our projects span different research and development areas including software engineering, development, evolution, and visualization, as well as machine learning and natural language processing. Below you can find an overview of the active, planned, and completed projects.
Serious Game for Urban Economics Education
A Serious Game to teach Urban Economics built by students of Informatics for students of Economics
TUML - Using UML and BPMN to Model the Structure, Operation and Maintenance of Road Tunnels
In-depth modeling of road tunnels structure and operations using UML and BPMN
Institutional Foundations of Industrialization, Financialization, and Globalization of the Swiss Economy. Evidence from 140 Years of the Commercial Registry
Leveraging natural language processing techniques to transform a large corpus of historical documents in structured and geocoded data, to then perform analyses in economics and political science.
Research documentation management with smart tags and custom visualization
Building a data platform on network of firms that supports geo and temporal analysis
Analytics system to track the full lifecycle of medical waste, geo-locate individual boxes, and understand trends and patterns from aggregated data.
Improving smartphone e-commerce experience with augmented reality and photogrammetry
From pictures to models, from models to augmented reality: trying out clothes and accessories in AR
A software platform to connect investors with small-scale agroecology farmers with the aim of improving healthy nutrition, socio-economical, and environmental impact.
Software quality assessment for Justitia 4.0
In-depth analysis of a large software system from multiple perspectives (design, code quality, documentation, technical debt, etc.), leveraging custom code models, metrics, and visualizations.
Detecting the number of specific breeds of insects starting from a photo, leveraging remote ML models and lambda functions.
Beyond Watching: Next Generation Programming Tutorials Leveraging Interaction Data
Making video tutorials fully interactive by leveraging IDE interaction data
Transforming supermarket receipts into a consumption dashboard
Collecting and Visualizing Development Activities in Visual Studio Code
Tracking low-level IDE interaction events and transforming them into meaningful data to understand our own productivity
myUSI Research & Teaching Support Platform
Management and analytics for the University