The Software Quality Institute engages in applied research, industry improvement programs, tools development, and basic research aimed at solving fundamental and longstanding problems in software engineering.
The Software Quality Institute specialises in:
- Software quality
- Software engineering research
- Standards development
- Technology transition and
- Industry training.
- Software Process Improvement and Capbability dEtermination (SPICE)
- Behavior Engineering
Collaborative Research Opportunities
SQI personnel are keen to establish collaborative research relationships with industry partners, addressing our key interest areas. Specific opportunities exist at present for international collaboration with partner organizations in the fields of Medical Device Software Development, IT Service Management and the definition and development of "High Maturity" practices in IT organizations. Organizations interested in these opportunities are invited to contact us.
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