Since November 2013, I started my PhD in the DiverSE (formerly Triskell) research team of IRISA – INRIA Rennes France under the supervision of Dr. Olivier Barais and Dr. Benoit Baudry. My PhD is funded by the European Project FP7 HEADS. This project aims to provide a new software engineering solution which enables the exploitation of the full range of diversity of devices ranging from IoT micro controller-based devices to cloud infrastructures. It should release in the end (by the end of 2016) an IDE that enables services developers to model and deploy the Heterogeneous and distributed services called HD-Services.
My thesis title is “Automatic non-functional testing and tuning of configurable generators”. You can download my PhD dissertation here.
My research interests concern mainly:
- Non-functional testing, performance testing
- Automatic test data generation
- Search-based software engineering
- Iterative compilation and optimization
- System monitoring and resource management
Before starting my PhD, I was working with Dr. Marouane Kessentini in the SBSE@MST research team of the Missouri University, USA. Today, SBSE research team moved to the University of Michigan, USA (SBSE@umich). Our previous work focused on automatic code-smells detection and software refactoring using search-based techniques.