About

I obtained my Master Degree in Computer Science from the University of Namur, Belgium, in June 2010. I worked as application developer for Atos Worldline, a large card payment company, for one year before starting a PhD. as teaching assistant in 2011 on the topic of "Software Product Line Behavioural Model-Based Testing" at the University of Namur. I graduated in August 2017 and work as postdoctoral researcher in the Software Engineering Research Group of the Delft University of Technology since October 1st, 2017. I am currently involved in the Big Software on the Run 4TU project, aiming at developing novel techniques and tools to analyse software systems in vivo, and the Software Testing Amplification European project, aiming at bringing test automation and amplification to the DevOps world.

Research interests:
  • Software testing: 
    • model-based testing;
    • test-case generation and amplification;
    • DevOps and test automation;
    • mutation testing
  • Software variability: 
    • software product line engineering;
    • variability modeling;
    • variability intensive system testing