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Name: Luiz Fernando Capretz
Bio: Dr. L. F. Capretz has vast experience in Software Engineering as practitioner, manager, and educator. He has worked, taught and done research on the engineering of software in North and South America (Canada, Brazil and Argentina), Europe (U.K. and Italy), Middle East (United Arab Emirates), and Asia (Japan) since 1981. He was the Director of the Software Engineering Program at Western until 2011, and spent a sabbatical year in Dubai. Before joining Western in 2000, he served as Director of Informatics at two universities in the State of Sao Paulo, Brazil. Formerly, he had held a tenured faculty position at the University of Aizu in Japan. Dr. L. F. Capretz has published over 200 academic work appearing in journals (90+), conferences (>90), patents, softwares, technical reports, books, chapters, and presentations in professional meetings - venues sponsored by IEEE, ACM, Elsevier, Springer, and UNESCO. He is an IEEE Senior Member, ACM Member, MBTI qualified practitioner, and certified Professional Engineer (P.Eng.) in Canada. Overall, Dr. L. F. Capretz values a healthy balance between work, family and personal interests. He is an antique map collector, plays in a Masters Soccer League during the summer, and downhill skiing in the winter. He is fluent in English and Portuguese, has good command of Japanese, fair understanding of Spanish and Italian.
Affiliation: Western University
Personal website: https://www.eng.uwo.ca/electrical/faculty/capretz_l/
Research interests: software engineering, predictive models, software testing, human factors in software engineering
|ICSE 2019|| Author of Studies on the Software Testing Profession within the Posters-track|
Author of Comparing the Popularity of Testing Careers among Canadian, Chinese, and Indian Students within the Posters-track