I am currently a postdoctoral researcher in the Software Evolution Research Group (Swevo) led by Prof. Martin Robillard at McGill University, Montreal, Canada. Previously, I obtained a Ph.D. degree in Computer Science from the University of Rennes 1 as part of the DiverSE research team of IRISA–INRIA, France. During my PhD, I had the opportunity to work with Prof. Olivier Barais and Prof. Benoit Baudry on research fields related to software testing and optimisation. Particularly, we focused on the non-functional testing and tuning of highly configurable code generators. My PhD was fully funded by the European Project FP7 HEADS. You may have a look at my PhD thesis and slides to learn more about it.
My research interests concern (but not only):
- Software testing, Software quality assurance
- Static and dynamic software analysis
- Search-based software engineering
- Iterative compilation and optimization
- System monitoring and resource management
I provide further details about my education, research activities and computer skills in my CV available here (in French and in English).
Before starting my PhD, I was working with Dr. Marouane Kessentini in the SBSE@MST research team of the Missouri University, USA. Today, SBSE research team moved to the University of Michigan, USA (SBSE@umich). Our previous work focused on automatic code-smells detection and software refactoring using search-based techniques.
Projects and institutions I joined over the past five years: