Picture of Jeremy Bradbury I'm an associate professor in the Faculty of Science (Computer Science) at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT). At UOIT I have started the Software Quality Research Lab which is part of the Computer Science Labs.

I completed my Ph.D. in the School of Computing at Queen's University in 2007. My Ph.D. dissertation research focused on using program mutation to compare fault detection techniques for concurrent software. I received a B.Sc. (Hons.) from Mount Allision University in Computer Science and Mathematics in 2000 and an M.Sc. in Computer Science in 2002 from Queen's University.

My research interests include empirical software engineering, software quality assurance, testing concurrent systems, mutation analysis, and the combined uses of formal analysis and testing. In particular I am interested in the development of new techniques and tools for better assessing the quality of concurrent and distributed software.

research keywords: software engineering, software quality assurance, software testing, search-based software engineering, static analysis, software model checking, bug detection, bug repair, software metrics, empirical software engineering, machine learning, software visualization.

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My grad course on development of conccurent software systems - contains a ist of concurrency-related links (languages, design patterns, quality assurance/testing tools)

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