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Lawrence Chung

Lawrence Chung

Associate Professor - Computer Science
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Professional Preparation

Ph.D. - Computer Science
University of Toronto - 1993
B.S. - Computer Science
University of Toronto - 1984
M.S. - Computer Science
University of Toronto - 1981

Research Areas

Research Interests
  • Software Engineering
  • Requirements Engineering
  • Non-Functional Requirements
  • System/Software Architecture
  • Electronic Business
  • Conceptual Modeling


S. Supakkul and L. Chung, The RE-Tools: A multi-notational requirements modeling toolkit, 20th IEEE Int. Conf. n Requirements Engineering (RE 2012). Pp. 333-334. 2012 - Publication
H. Wang, R. Mehta, L. Chung, S. Supakkul, L. Huang, Rule-based context-aware adaptation: a goal-oriented approach, Int. J. Pervasive Computing and Communications 8(3): 279-299 (2012). 2012 - Publication
T. Ruiz-Lpez, M. Noguera, M. J. Rodrguez, J. L. Garrido and L. Chung, REUBI: A Requirements Engineering method for ubiquitous systems, Science of Computer Programming, In Press. 2012 - Publication
L. Chung, T. Hill, O. Legunsen, Z. Sun, A. Dsouza and S. Supakkul, A goal-oriented simulation approach for obtaining good private cloud-based system architectures, Journal of Systems and Software, In Press. 2012 - Publication
L. Chung, S. Supakkul, N. Subramanian, J.L. Garrido, M. Noguera, M.V. Hurtado, M.L. Rodrguez, and K. Benghazi, Goal-Oriented Software Architecting, In P. Avgeriou, J. Grundy, J. G. Hall, P. Lago and I. Mistrik (eds.), Relating Software Requirements and Architectures: 91-109, S p r i n g e r - V e r l a g . 2011. 2011 - Publication
Toms Ruiz-Lpez, Jos Luis Garrido, Kawtar Benghazi and Lawrence Chung, A Survey on Indoor Positioning Systems: Foreseeing a Quality Design, Proc. Int. Symp. on Distributed Computing and Artificial Intelligence (DCAI2010), Advances in Soft Computing, 2010, Vol. 79, Distributed Computing and Artificial Intelligence. pp. 373-380. 2010 - Publication
L. Chung, S. Lim, Y. Chung, R. Y. Mehta and A. B. Chembra, AAC for Elderly People with Hearing, Speech or Memory Loss due to Aging, 25th Annual Int. Technology & Persons with Disabilities Conference, March 2010. 2010 - Publication
M. Noguera, M. V. Hurtado, M. L. Rodriguez, L. Chung and J. L. Garrido, Ontology-driven Analysis of UML-Based Collaborative Processes using OWL-DL and CPN, Journal of Science of Computer Programming (JSCP): 75(8), 2010. pp. 726-760 2010 - Publication


Visiting Scholar
Andersen Consulting, Arthur Andersen & Co. [2018–1994]
Center for Strategic Technology Research
Associate Professor
University of Texas at Dallas [2000–Present]
Assistant Professor
University of Texas at Dallas [1994–2000]
University of Toronto [1993–1994]
Software Development
University of Toronto [1984–1986]


Component-Aware Requirements Engineering
2005–2005 ETRI, Korea
Component-Aware Requirements Engineering
2005–2005 Soongsil University, Korea
From Object-Oriented to Goal-Oriented Analysis and Design
2004–2004 Intervoice Technical Summit, Richardson, TX
Towards Autonomic Computing Software Architectures: A Goal-Oriented Approach
2003–2003 Panel on Autonomic Computing, ICTS-2003. Pasadena, CA
Towards A COTS-aware Requirements Engineering (CARE) Approach
2002–2002 International Conference on Component-Based Software Systems (ICCBSS), Orlando, Florida

Additional Information

  • Achievement award from World Academy of Sciences, 2005, for the 2004 International MultiConference in Computer Science.
  • Achievement award from World Academy of Sciences, 2004, for the 2004 International MultiConference in Computer Science.
  • Achievement award from World Academy of Sciences, 2003, for the 2003 International MultiConference in Computer Science.
  • Achievement award from World Academy of Sciences, 2002, for the 2002 International MultiConference in Computer Science.

News Articles

Cloud Computing Project Wins First-of-its-Kind Google Award
Dr. Lawrence Chung, associate professor of computer science at UT Dallas, could not predict with 100 percent certainty that his cloud computing project would be recipient of a-first-of-its-kind award from Google, but he kept his hopes high.

“Our research at UT Dallas is world-class,” he said. “We do cutting-edge research.”

Indeed, his SilverLining team of researchers and students from the Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Sciencewas one of seven worldwide recipients of the first-ever Google App Engine Research Award for innovative academic 


IUCRC Project for Net-Centric Software Engineering/System Simulation
$30,000 - Keane Inc. [2010–2011]
Model-Driven Requirements Engineering for Component Based Applications
$498,323 - National Science Foundation [2006–2009]
Effective COTS-Aware Requirements Engineering
$60,000 - Texas Enterprise Fund [2005–2006]
Assessment of the Impact of Software Architecture on Software Quality
$25,000 - Alcatel [1999–1999]
Managing Complexity in the Development of Telecommunications Software
$25,000 - Alcatel [1999–1999]