I am a Phd Student at Mälardalen University in Västerås Sweden. I’m part of the Embedded Systems division at the Software Testing Laboratory Research Group (STL). I have very broad interests in software engineering and embedded systems but in particular I focus on software testing, model-driven engineering, and model-checking as well as automated software testing. For now I am supervised by Paul Pettersson and Daniel Sundmark.
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I am currently a researcher at the Mälardalen University (MDH) in Sweden, working within the School of Innovation, Design and Engineering. Here, at MDH, we have Embedded Systems research profile containing three divisions, one of them being, well, Embedded Systems Division. This is where STL (Software Testing Laboratory) is located in which I am working with some great folks as part of the ITEA2/Vinnova funded ATAC project (Advanced Test Automation for Complex Software-Intensive System). I have completed my doctoral studies at MDH under the main supervision of Sasikumar Punnekkat and co-supervised by Daniel Sundmark and Ivica Crnkovic. My Google Scholar Citations page is here.
Paul Pettersson is Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Prorektor) and Professor of Real-Time Systems (specialised in modelling and verification) at Mälardalen University. He received a Ph.D. in Computer Systems from Uppsala University in 1999 for his thesis on theory and practice of modeling and verification of real-time systems. After a Post Doc period at Aalborg University in Denmark, he joined Department of Information Technology at Uppsala University as Senior Lecturer in 2000. He was appointed Associated Professor (Docent) in Computer Science at Uppsala University in 2006, and joined Mälardalen University later in 2006.
Daniel Sundmark is a part-time senior lecturer and assistant professor at IDT and a researcher in the Software Testing Laboratory. He received a MSc degree (civilingenjör) in Information Technology from Uppsala University in 2003, a licenciate degree from Mälardalen University in 2004, and a PhD degree from Mälardalen University in 2008. Daniel shares his time between MDH and the Swedish Institute of Computer Science (SICS).