Short Bio

Hélène Waeselynck received the Engineer degree from the National Institute of Applied Sciences of Toulouse, in 1989, and the PhD in computer science from the National Polytechnic Institute of Toulouse, in January 1993. Her doctoral thesis was focused on the statistical testing of safety-critical software. Then she spent six months as a guest researcher at the Corporate Research and Development of Siemens AG, Munich, Germany, working on the simulation of software development processes. From 1994 to 1995, Dr. Waeselynck was with the French National Institute for Transport and Safety Research (INRETS), working on the validation and certification of railway systems. In 1996, she joined the Dependable Computing and Fault-Tolerance research group at LAAS-CNRS, where she currently holds the position of Directrice de Recherche. Her research interests concern software testing, including:

  • Probabilistic methods for test generation,
  • Search-based testing,
  • Testing and formal methods,
  • Mutation analysis,
  • Test languages,
  • Robustness testing,
  • Testing of safety-critical control systems,
  • Testing of mobile computing systems.

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