The Software and Systems Laboratory (SSL) fosters innovation by encouraging experimentation and collaboration with a strong emphasis on openness.
Thank you for checking out the Software and Systems Laboratory (SSL) website. We are a (partially virtual) research laboratory based out of the Computer Science Department at Loyola University Chicago.
Our members form an interdisciplinary group with faculty and student interests in Computer Science, Software Engineering, Information Technology, Cyber Security, and Engineering.
The laboratory’s focus is on researching computer systems and applied Software Engineering to solve STEAM-related problems.
We foster innovation by encouraging experimentation and collaboration with a strong emphasis on openness. To uphold this commitment, we enforce open-source software development, open access, and dissemination of research software by creating reproducible results within all of our projects.
SSL embraces the notion that diversity drives creativity and innovation. We follow the principles of the IEEE Special Technical Community on Broadening Participation allowing anyone regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, socio-economic status, physical, mental, and cognitive ability, or LGBTQA+ status to join our lab.
While we are based at Loyola University Chicago, and we welcome anyone interested in using emerging technologies and software engineering to solve problems.
To learn more about how to apply, please reach out to email@example.com.