Aitor Arrieta


I am a Lecturer and Researched at the university of Mondragon. My research is focused on the field of configurable Cyber-Physical Systems, with emphasis on the testing processes. Testing these kinds of systems is a challenge due to their large variability. We are working on different methodologies to reduce validation costs while achieving high test quality data.

I am currently working on the H2020 European Project HiFi-Elements (http://www.hifi-elements.eu/), where we are developing a test framework for simulation-based testing of electrical vehicle components and other automotive systems.

I also work in some projects with industrial partners.

As a lecturer, I teach the master level subject "Verification and Validation of Embedded Systems".

In 2019 I was awarded by the Computer Science Sociaety in Spain (SCIE) and BBVA Foundation with the Young Research Award. More infor in https://www.fbbva.es/noticias/fallados-los-premios-de-investigacion-sociedad-cientifica-informatica-de-espana-scie-fundacion-bbva-2019/


Research Interests
  • Embedded and Cyber-Physical Systems testing
  • Variability modelling
  • Model-Based Testing
  • Search-based software engineering (especially applied to test-related activities)


Service
  • Reviewer for Information and Software Technology journal
  • Reviewer for IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering
  • Reviewer for The Computer Journal
  • Reviewer for IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics
  • Program Committee member of A-MOST 2018
  • Program Chair of CITest_CPS 2017 (http://paris.utdallas.edu/CITest_CPS17/)
  • Program Committee member of A-MOST 2017 (http://www.a-most17.zen-tools.com/)
  • Program Committee member of VALID 2016 (http://www.iaria.org/conferences2016/VALID16.html)
  • Program Committee member of VALID 2015 (http://www.iaria.org/conferences2015/VALID15.html)
  • MODELS 2015 conference sub-reviewer
  • SPLC 2015 conference sub-reviewer
  • Session chair of the embedded systems work-in-progress track at ETFA 2014






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