Dr. Andrea Arcuri
Professor and Software Engineer
After 5 years in industry (WesternGeco and Scienta/Telenor), I came back full time to academia, as Professor of Software Engineering at Kristiania University College (formerly Westerdals), Oslo, from 1st October 2016, where I lead the AISE lab. As of 2020, I also hold a part-time position as Adjunct Professor at the Oslo Metropolitan University (OsloMet).
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Automated Software Testing
Search-based Software Engineering
Current Main Projects
Previous Main Projects:
Please, do not contact me for support of old tools/projects. If those are still maintained, you will have a better luck asking their current maintainers.
EvoSuite: a tool for generating unit tests for Java software. See www.evosuite.org
PC member and reviewer for journals in software engineering.
Post-doc supervision: Asma Belhadi, Man Zhang, Bogdan Marculescu
PhD supervision: Amid Golmohammadi, Muhammad Zohaib Z. Iqbal, Hadi Hemmati, Shaukat Ali
ICST 2022: Test Tool and Demo Track Chair
SSBSE Steering Committee: 2012-2018
SBST Steering Committee: 2014-2016
ICST 2015: Tool Track Program Chair
SBST 2011: Program Chair
SSBSE 2010: Submission and Publication Chair
ICST 2022 10-Year Most Influential Paper Award for The seed is strong: Seeding strategies in search-based software testing
ICSE 2021 10-Year Most Influential Paper Award for A practical guide for using statistical tests to assess randomized algorithms in software engineering
Ranked 2nd “Most Active Early Stage SE Researcher in Top Quality Journals” in JSS'18 "A Bibliometric Assessment of Software Engineering Scholars and Institutions (2010-2017)"
Best Paper Award at SSBSE'17 for Many Independent Objective (MIO) Algorithm for Test Suite Generation.
Distinguished Paper Award at SSBSE'17 for An Empirical Evaluation of Evolutionary Algorithms for Test Suite Generation.
IEEE Software Award at ICSE/SEIP'17 for An Industrial Evaluation of Unit Test Generation: Finding Real Faults in a Financial Application.
ACM Distinguished Paper Award at ASE'15 for Do Automatically Generated Unit Tests Find Real Faults? An Empirical Study of Effectiveness and Challenges.
Best Paper with industry-relevant SBSE results award at SSBSE'15 for Combining Multiple Coverage Criteria in Search-Based Unit Test Generation.
ACM Distinguished Paper Award at ASE'14 for Automated Unit Test Generation for Classes with Environment Dependencies.
Best testing tool (EvoSuite) at SBST tool competitions.
ACM Distinguished Paper Award at ISSTA'10 for Formal Analysis of the Effectiveness and Predictability of Random Testing.
Best PhD Paper at SBST'08 for Theoretical runtime analyses of search algorithms on the test data generation for the triangle classification problem.
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Content last updated: April 2022