My name is Xavier Devroey. I am a postdoctoral researcher at the Software Engineering Research Group (SERG) of the Delft University of Technology. I am currently involved in the Big Software on the Run 3TU project (BSR), aiming at developing novel techniques and tools to analyze software systems in vivo, and the Software Testing Amplification European project (STAMP), aiming at bringing test automation and amplification to the DevOps world.
BENEVOL 2019 (11/2019): Attending the 18th Belgium-Netherlands Software Evolution Workshop (BENEVOL ‘19), in Brussels, Belgium.
Testdag 2019 (11/2019): Participating to the Testdag 2019 in Utrecht, The Netherlands.
STAMP project meeting (10/2019): Attending the STAMP project meeting in Madrid, Spain.
SSBSE 2019 (09/2019): Tutorial on Automated Crash Replication with Search-based approaches at the 11th Symposium on Search-Based Software Engineering (SSBSE), in Tallinn, Estonia.
EMSE paper accepted (08/2019): Our paper A benchmark-based evaluation of search-based crash reproduction has been accepted for publication in the Empirical Software Engineering journal.
EASEAI 2019 (08/2019): Co-organizing the 1st International Workshop on Education through Advanced Software Engineering and Artificial Intelligence (EASEAI), co-located with the ESEC/FSE, in Tallinn, Estonia.
MaLTeSQuE 2019 (08/2019): Co-organizing the 3rd International Machine Learning Techniques for Software Quality Evaluation (MaLTeSQuE), co-located with the ESEC/FSE, in Tallinn, Estonia.
ISSTA 2019 (07/2019): Our paper Effective and Efficient API Misuse Detection via Exception Propagation and Search-based Testing will be presented at the 2019 ACM SIGSOFT International Symposium on Software Testing and Analysis (ISSTA ‘19), in Beijing, China.
JUnit Testing Tool Competition 2019 (05/2019): Co-organizing the 7th JUnit Testing Tool Competition, co-located with the 12th International Workshop on Search-Based Software Testing (SBST), Montreal, Canada.
ICSE 2019 (05/2019): Attending the 41th International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE ‘19), in Montreal, Canada.