Defending his doctoral thesis Data-Driven Software Development at Large Scale

On Friday June 15, Aleksander Fabijan, doctoral student at the Department of Data Science and Media Technology, will defend his PhD thesis Data-Driven Software Development at Large Scale. His research explores how software companies can evolve from data collectors with ad-hoc benefits, to trustworthy data-driven decision makers at scale.

When and where:
Friday June 15 at 13.00-15.30 in Room B0E07, Niagara building, Malmö University.

Opponent: Associate Professor Michael Felderer, University of Innsbruck.

An abstract of Aleksander Fabijan’s thesis is available on the calendar page.

The thesis defense will be preceded by a research seminar and panel discussion entitled Continuous Data, Innovation and Experimentation.

Read more about Aleksander Fabijan’s research in a press release on the University website.

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