Related Projects

This page contains reference to other H2020 projects in the area of software engineering, research projects or support actions we are collaborating with and/or using software tools.

crossminer_logo.png The overarching aim of CROSSMINER is to deliver an integrated open-source platform that supports the development of complex software systems by enabling monitoring, in-depth analysis and evidence-based selection of open source components, and facilitating knowledge extraction from large open-source software repositories. More information.


fasten_logo.png Fasten stands for Fine-Grained Analysis of Software Ecosystems as Networks. This H2020 project, coordinated by TU DELFT with seven partners, introduces a service that tracks dependencies at the method call-graph level. Il also performs analyses of security vulnerability propagation, licensing compliance, and dependency risk profiles. More information.


H-CLOUD_logo.jpg H-CLOUD leads coordination and support activities for the consolidation and growth of the Cloud Computing research and innovation community in Europe, bringing together innovators, policy makers, cloud computing research, industry and users into an open, participatory and sustainable forum. More information.


openreq_logo.jpg OpenReq is an H2020 project coordinated by HITeC with nine partners. It aims to enhance requirements engineering activities, bringing a software architecture for the software services realizing the requirements  knowledge and dependency management. More information.


REACHOUT_Logo_512.jpg ReachOut is an H2020 Coordination and Support Action (CSA) that helps research projects implement beta testing best practices and recruit beta-testers by running promotion initiatives. ReachOut helps develop connections between research projects and potential users and beta-testers. More information.


STAMP_logo_op.jpg STAMP is a collaborative research project funded by the European Commission which ran from December 2016 to December 2019. This collaborative effort involved 10 organizations, from 6 European countries to advance the state of the art in DevOps and automatic software testing. Four open source tools were designed for the automatic enhancement of test suites.  More information.


Testar_logo_op.jpg Testar is a tool that enables the automated system testing of desktop, web and mobile applications at the GUI level. It has been deployed and used in several companies with impressive results, which shows its potential to grow into a full-fledged tool that can help companies improve system testing at the GUI level. More information.


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