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Added Next event: January 18, 2022


Signed-off-by: Philippe Krief's avatarPhilippe Krief <philippe.krief@eclipse-foundation.org>
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Through a selection of state-of-the-art project presentations and demonstrations, this new series of webinars introduces software research projects that help shape the future of open source software and the IT industry. Co-organized by OW2 and the Eclipse Foundation, the webinars will focus on international partners leveraging open source in European publicly-funded collaborative research and innovation programs.
### Presentations
[![Activeeon](images/activeeon.png)](https://www.activeeon.com/) [![Capra](images/capra.png)](https://projects.eclipse.org/projects/modeling.capra)
[![Activeeon](images/activeeon.png)](https://www.activeeon.com/) [![Capra](images/capra.png)](http://eclipse.org/capra)
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title: "Open Research Webinars"
headline: "Open Research Webinars"
subtitle: "Open collaboration in European research projects"
tagline: "Next event: Tuesday, January 18, 2022, 16:00-17:00 CET"
date: 2021-09-28T16:00:00+02:00
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Join us for our next Open Research Webinars on Tuesday, January 18, 2022 at 16:00 CET.
Through a selection of state-of-the-art project presentations and demonstrations, this new series of webinars introduces software research projects that help shape the future of open source software and the IT industry. Co-organized by OW2 and the Eclipse Foundation, the webinars will focus on international partners leveraging open source in European publicly-funded collaborative research and innovation programs.
### Presentations
[![Eclipse STEADY](images/steady.png)](https://eclipse.org/steady) [![Sat4J](images/sat4j.png)](https://www.sat4j.org/)
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<h2>Upcoming Event:</h2>
<h1 align="center">January 18, 2022</h1>
<h2>Upcoming Event: January 18, 2022</h2>
<a href="2022/january"><img src="2022/january/images/steady.png" width="200" alt="Steady"></a>
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- name: "Introduction"
presenter: <a href="speakers/#marco_jahn">Marco Jahn</a> and <a href="speakers/#cedric_thomas">Cedric Thomas</a>
type: session
time: 16:00 - 16:15 (CET)
- name: "On-going research to fuel and enhance Eclipse Steady"
presenter: <a href="speakers/#henrik_plate">Henrik Plate</a>, <a href="speakers/#serena_ponta">Serena Ponta</a>, or <a href="speakers/#antonino_sabetta">Antonino Sabetta</a>
type: session
time: 16:15 - 16:35 (CET)
abstract: |
<p>Eclipse Steady offers a code-based approach to detect the presence of open-source code subject to known
vulnerabilities, to assess the severity of findings and to propose mitigations. Its code-centricity allows
Steady to improve on several dimensions, esp. detection accuracy. However, public vulnerability databases
like the NVD do not contain the required information, hence, a dedicated vulnerability database had to be
established, needing continuous contributions. This presentation will provide an overview about on-going
research activities related to the creation and maintenance of an open-source vulnerability database for
Eclipse Steady. Moreover, we will shortly discuss the possibility to use the code-analysis features of
Eclipse Steady to identify unused dependencies, whose removal would reduce applications' attack surface
and maintenance effort.</p>
- name: "Sat4j, from the lab to OW2 with and for Eclipse"
presenter: <a href="speakers/#daniel_le_berre">Daniel Le Berre</a>
type: session
time: 16:35 - 16:55 (CET)
abstract: |
<p>Sat4j is a library of tools in Java to solve combinatorial problems with Boolean variables. One of such
problem is the canonical SATisfiability problem, one of the simplest hard problems in theoretical computer science.
Interestingly, in practice, software able to solve instances of such problem (so called *SAT solvers*) improved
drastically in early 2000's.
Those solvers are used nowadays to solve a wide range of problems, from hardware or software verification to
bioinformatics. Sat4j provides such technology to Java users.
From the beginning, Sat4j has been hosted by OW2, and developed using Eclipse. Since 2008, Sat4j is used in
Eclipse p2 to manage Eclipse plugin dependencies.
This talk will review the conditions, benefits and limitations of growing open source research software in a non
academic open source world.</p>
- name: "Wrap up"
presenter: <a href="speakers/#cedric_thomas">Cedric Thomas</a>
type: session
time: 16:55 - 17:00 (CET)
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end_text: "This webinar is now over. Slides and more information is available on the webinar summary page. Watch this space for information on the next program."
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- name: "Henrik Plate"
anchor: henrik_plate
title: "Senior Researcher (SAP)"
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bio: |
<p>Henrik Plate is a senior researcher at SAP Security Research.
He received his MSc in Computer Science and Business Administration in 1999
from the University of Mannheim. His current research focusses on the security
of software supply chains, esp. the use of open source components with known
vulnerabilities and supply chain attacks. He is a co-author of Eclipse Steady [5],
which supports the detection, assessment and mitigation of vulnerable open source
dependencies in Java and Python applications. </p>
- name: "Daniel Le Berre"
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title: "Professor (Université d’Artois)"
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<p>A Université d’Artois academic and researcher at the Lens Computer Science Research lab, Daniel Le Berre is
passionate about software engineering and artificial intelligence, with a particular interest in the design
and evaluation of algorithms for inference and decision-making. He wrote his first research software program,
a SAT solver (for propositional logic problems), during his DEA post-graduate diploma in 1994. In 2004 he
created the Sat4j library, which offers a series of reasoning tools in Boolean variables (“0” if a proposition
is false, “1” if it is true) for Java. SAT4J is part of the OW2 code base and is used by millions of people
across the globe as software dependency manager for Eclipse.</p>
- name: "Serena Ponta"
anchor: serena_ponta
title: ""
img: avatar.png
bio: |
<p></p>
- name: "Antonino Sabetta"
anchor: antonino_sabetta
title: "Principal Research Scientist (SAP)"
img: antonino_sabetta.jpg
bio: |
<p></p>
- name: "Marco Jahn"
anchor: marco_jahn
title: "Research Project Manager (Eclipse Foundation)"
img: marco_jahn.jpg
bio: |
<p>Marco Jahn is research project manager at the Eclipse Foundation. He obtained his diploma in computer
science from Ulm University in 2006 and his PhD from RWTH Aachen in 2016. He worked as software developer
at denkwerk GmbH before moving to Fraunhofer FIT. There, he has been working as researcher and project
manager in various European research projects in the areas of IoT and Smart Cities. Furthermore, he led
the IoT Platforms team and coordinated the IoT Large-Scale Pilot Project MONICA. He joined the Eclipse
Foundation in 2019 where he participates in the foundation’s research activities, helping to turn innovations
into successful open source projects.</p>
- name: "Cédric Thomas"
anchor: cedric_thomas
title: "Chief Executive Officer (OW2)"
img: cedric_thomas.jpg
bio: |
<p>Cedric Thomas is OW2 CEO. An IT industry veteran with twenty-five years of experience in strategic and
marketing consulting for IT vendors and systems integrators, Cedric has masterminded the launch of the OW2
Consortium. Previously, as both an investor and a consultant with FronTier Associates, the consulting company
he founded in 1997, he actively took part in three IPOs, contributed to the launch of several technology start-ups,
helped establish a start-up incubator in Paris and set up technology firms in Boston and San Francisco. Before that,
he was VP and Research Director at PAC, an independent provider of consultancy and marketing studies for the IT
industry where he established successful research programs in Open Systems, IT spending and Outsourcing.
Cédric studied for his PhD in Economics at the Sorbonne and holds a Master’s degree in Computer Science from the
University of Paris. He teaches business strategy in several master programs.</p>
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