Co-founder and scientific co-director of the GRIIS
Associate professor of computer science at Université de Sherbrooke
Luc Lavoie is scientific co-director of the GRIIS. With the help of students, he pursues several research projects related to the analysis, specification, development and maintenance of computerized systems for small and medium organizations. Databases are at the center of his interests in both research and teaching. He leads Μῆτις, a think-tank and sharing group on computer science education.
In the field of databases, Luc Lavoie is interested in the semantics of new definition and exploitation languages. He explores the foundations of relational theory, type theory and temporal data modeling. He collaborates in the development of new relational languages (e.g. Tutorial D) and relational-temporal languages (e.g. Discipulus). In requirement engineering, his work focuses on the systematization of processes with respect to configuration verification, validation and management. In project management, he concentrates on process-driven planning.
M.Sc., Université de Montréal, computer science
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