The Internet Computing and Emerging Technologies lab (ICET-lab) is a distributed team of software researchers located at the Software Engineering division at Chalmers and the University of Gothenburg, as well as of the software evolution and architecture group at University of Zurich. We conduct research on software engineering for distributed, Web, and cloud-based systems, particularly related to issues of software performance. We conduct empirical studies investigating how developers use Internet technology such as Docker (paper), AWS Lamda (paper), or clouds in general (paper), build tools such as Bifrost (paper), study the performance of existing cloud providers (paper), and provide data to the community (paper). We are commited to open and reproducible science, as well as to transferring our results to industry and society as a whole.

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ICET-lab currently consists of 5 active members and one recent graduate. The lab is led by Dr. Philipp Leitner (Assistant Prof. at Chalmers and the University of Gothenburg). If you are just as excited about the transformational nature of Internet technologies as we are, inquire about ways to join the lab or collaborate.

Faculty

Philipp Leitner
Assistant Professor, Head of ICET-Lab
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PhD Students

Linda Erlenhov
PhD Student (Chalmers)
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Christoph Laaber
PhD Student (UZH)
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Gerald Schermann
PhD Student (UZH)
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Joel Scheuner
PhD Student (Chalmers)
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Alumni

Jürgen Cito
PhD Student (UZH)

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Postdoctoral researcher at MIT (United States)

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