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). I am also the leader of the Software Quality Research Lab and the principal investigator in the CFI-funded Human-Centered Computing Lab (with Christopher Collins and Julie Thorpe).

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.

research keywords: software engineering, software quality assurance, testing and analysis, bug detection and repair, multicore software, concurrency, open source software, software visualization, human-centered software engineering, empirical software engineering, search-based software engineering.

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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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