Stéphane Faulkner is an Associate Professor in Technologies and Information Systems Engineering at the University of Namur (FUNDP). He is an Invited Professor with the IAG - Business School of the University of Louvain (UCL) and the Universitary Faculties of St Louis of Brusssel (FuSL). He is also member of the PReCISE research center.
Currently, their interests of research evolve around requirements engineering and the development of precise (formal) modeling notations, systematic methods and tool support for the development of multi-agent systems and services management systems.
Previously, he received a Ph.D. from the University of Louvain (UCL) in 2004, with a dissertation concerning software architecture and multi-agent systems. During his Ph.D., he has started to contribute to the development of a formal architectural framework for describing BDI multi-agent information systems. This framework extends the architectural abstraction of current architectural description languages (ADLs) with BDI agent concepts and proposes a catalogue of re-usable styles detailling how to exploit specific architectural configurations.
His main publications can be found at the DBLP Server.
- An Empirical Study of Notifications Importance for Online Social Network Users
- Requirements Engineering Patterns for the Modeling of Online Social Networks Features
- Knowledge-Based Recommendation Systems: A Survey
- What Stakeholders Will or Won't Say: A Theoretical and Empirical Study of Topic Importance in Requirements Engineering Elicitation Interviews
- Using goals and customizable services to improve adaptability of process-based service compositions
- On the Definition of Self-service Systems
- Product portfolio scope optimization based on features and goals