My main field of research is software engineering in general, and system evolution in particular. My topic areas include program redocumentation, software testing, Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA), reverse engineering for program understanding, end-user programming, net-centric computing, hypermedia, technology assessment, and Web site evolution.
- The book “Software Testing in the Cloud: Perspectives on an Emerging Discipline” will be published by IGI global in 2012
- The STITC 2010 Proceedings are now available
Examples of funded research projects include:
- “Assured Information in SOA Environments: Gap Analysis of Current Approaches to Security Testing,” funded by Harris Corp.
- “Distributed Testing ,” funded by SAP Business Objects
- “Techniques to Foster the Adoption of UML Diagrams for Program Documentation,” funded by IBM Corp.
- “Code Analysis for Automatic Determination of Signal Paths,” funded by Bayerische Motoren Werke Aktiengesellschaft (BMW Group) of Munich, Germany
- “Web Site Accessibility,” funded by the University of California Trust (UK)
- “Software Recycling,” funded by Bayerische Motoren Werke Aktiengesellschaft (BMW Group) of Munich, Germany
- “Multimedia in a Bag: Investigating Portable Educational Technology for Enhancing the Classroom Experience,” funded by the University of California, Riverside