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Name: Mark Utting
Bio: Associate Professor Mark Utting’s research interests include software correctness, model-based testing, and machine learning. He received his PhD from UNSW on the semantics of object-oriented languages, and since then has worked as an academic at several Queensland universities, as well as Waikato University in NZ and the University of Franche-Comte in France. He is passionate about designing and engineering good software that solves real-world problems, has extensive experience with managing software development projects and teams both in academia and industry, and has worked in industry, developing next generation genomics software and manufacturing software. He is author of the book ‘Practical Model-Based Testing: A Tools Approach’, as well as more than 80 publications on model-based testing, verification techniques for object-oriented and real-time software, and language design for parallel computing.
Affiliation: The University of Queensland
Personal website: https://researchers.uq.edu.au/researcher/26046
Research interests: Software verification, theorem proving, software correctness, model-based testing, AI for testing
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