Short CV: Zoltán Micskei received the MSc and PhD degrees in software engineering from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics in 2005 and 2013. He is currently an associate professor at the same university, the deputy head of the Department of Measurement and Information Systems, and the leader of the Critical Systems Research Group. His research interests include software testing and model-based engineering with a focus on empirical studies. He is currently the site leader at his university of the H2020 ADVANCE and ITEA3 EMBrACE collaborative projects, a co-PI of the Safety Science and Technology Competence Center national project, and the leader of several industrial collaborations. He served as the general co-chair for DISC’19, and as a PC member for various international conferences. He was a visiting researcher at LAAS-CNRS, Toulouse. He is a Senior Member of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM). A publication he co-authored won the 10-Year Most Influential Regular Paper award for the SoSyM journal (2021). He received the Kalmár Award from the John von Neumann Computer Society (2021). The students of the faculty voted him as the Excellent Young Instructor of the Faculty (2016).
My main area is software testing, specializing in model-based and code-based test generation. My goal is to produce advanced, but practical testing tools and methods. I favor empirical research methods and open science principles.
I have 15+ years of teaching experience and have developed and taught several undergraduate and graduate courses.