Saurabh Tiwari, PhD

Assistant Professor
Room No. 1102, Faculty Block-1, 
Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information and Communication Technology
(DA-IICT), Gandhinagar - 382007, Gujarat, India

Office - +91 79 305 10 618
Email  saurabhtiwari07[AT]gmail[DOT]com
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Academic Credentials: 
PhD (2011 - June 2016) - Dept of CSE, IIITDM Jabalpur - INDIA
M Tech (July 2008 - June 2010) - Gold Medalist, MNNIT Allahabad - INDIA  
BE (June 2004 - July 2008) - Hons., Dept of IT, Govt Engg. College, Jabalpur - INDIA

PhD in Computer Science and Engineering (Software Engineering) 
(Thesis supervisor:
Dr Atul Gupta)
Member -  ACM (Professional Member), SE WORLD

Awards (or Achievements):
- Received Early Career Research Award (Individual centric) from Science and Engineering Board (SERB), Department of Science and Technology (DST), Government of India for a two year project.
- Best Paper Award 20th Asia Pacific Software Engineering Conference (APSEC 2013) for the research paper entitled “An Approach to Generate Safety Validation Test Cases from UML Activity Diagram”.

Research Initiatives:
- Software Engineering - Case-based Learning Database (SEABED
- UCAnalyzer: A Tool to Analyze Use Case Textual Descriptions (UCAnalyzer)

Research Interests: 
1. Software Engineering 
Specific interests include Requirement Engineering, Object-Oriented Software Development, Model Based Testing, Testing of Safety-Critical Systems (For more details, Click)
2. Empirical Software Engineering
3. Evidence-based Software Engineering
4. Software Engineering Education and Training
5. Natural Language Processing
6. Machine Learning; Big Data Analytics (initial...)
7. GIS and Remote Sensing

Current Teaching Assignments (at DA-IICT Gandhinagar):
IT 110: Introduction to Programming Lab (in C) - UG course (Autumn 2015-16; Autumn 2016-17)
IT 415: Software Testing and Quality Analysis - UG Course (Winter 2015-16; Winter 2016-17)
IT 619: Design of Software Systems - PG Course (Winter 2015-16)
IT 632: Software Engineering - PG Course (Autumn 2016-17; Autumn 2017-18)
IT 602: OOPs and Data Structure - PG Course (Autumn 2016-17)

"Over the last 5 to 10 years, competition for high profile research positions has become much more competitive. Consequently, although there is no substitute for an outstanding research record, as a researcher who is beginning your research career, you must also plan and work on a number of important  activities that complement your research record in order to optimise  your  research career."

by 30-year research veteran Prof. Alan Johnson

What we  need  to plan,  and  this  Guide outlines the major points we need to consider to formulate the  research career plan best for you.  This could be treated as a Mentoring Booklet for the researchers/practitioners who wants to pursue doctorate degree/joined the program/completed their doctorate or in the process of completing it.