Jean-Sébastien Sottet,
Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology
IT for Innovative Services department

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What's new:
- Publication of our Springer book on Human-Centered Software Product Line: https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007%2F978-3-319-60947-8
- Android security visualization App enhanced (following our participation to open source security Hackathon): link to sources

Activity Summary:
I am currently working as a researcher in the LIST: Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (formerly as Public Research Center Henri Tudor). Here my research interests are related to  Model Driven Engineering - principally on model transformation and model management or megamodelling (managing an heterogeneous set of model coming from diverse sources) . 
We have developed a modelling framework (encompassing model creation, flexibility, transformation, checking) based on JavaScript described https://js-mf.github.io/

Human aspect in modelling is also something that drives my vision about modelling but also about the tools we develop.
I am more particularly interested in Natural Modelling which is a mean to apply human natural behavior (when doing model, using diagramming, vocal explanation, etc.) to current computer-based modelling technologies. In other word, everything that can help in capturing, managing and processing informal models, helping them to be related to more "formal" models and used as a mean to answer question about systems.

Currently, we choose regulation and regulation technologies (a.k.a regtech) as an field for applying megamodelling. We are currently doing experiments with several national regulation institutions.

Previously, I did a post-doc in the AtlanMod team : member of INRIA Rennes Bretagne Atlantique and Ecole des Mines de Nantes. My research interests were focused on Model-Driven Engineering for Reverse Engineering and on scalability of MDE tools.
I received my PhD. in Computer Science and Applied Mathematic from the Université Joseph Fourrier (Grenoble I) and LIG Laboratory. My thesis was about Model-Driven Engineering for Human Computer Interaction Engineering.