I obtained my Master Degree in Computer Science from the University of Namur, Belgium, in June 2010 on the topic of "Building a bridge between Goal-Oriented Requirements with KAOS and event-B System Specifications". I worked as application developer in a large card payment company for one year before starting a Ph.D as teaching assistant in 2011 on the topic of "Software Product Line Behavioural Model-Based Testing" at the University of Namur, under the supervision of Prof. Pierre-Yves Schobbens and Prof. Patrick Heymans. I graduated in August 2017 and will be postdoctoral researcher at TU Delft from October 1st 2017.

Research Topics :
  • Software testing: 
    • behavioural model-based testing;
    • test-case generation;
    • mutation testing
  • Software variability: 
    • software product line engineering;
    • variability modeling;
    • variability intensive system testing