Oscar Pastor

Registered user since Mon 1 May 2017

Name: Oscar Pastor

Bio: Full Professor and Director of the Research Center on "Métodos de Producción de Software (PROS)” at the Universidad Politécnica de Valencia (Spain). He received his Ph.D. in 1992. He was a researcher at HP Labs, Bristol, UK. Supervisor of 29 PhD Thesis, he has published more than three hundred research papers in conference proceedings, journals and books, received numerous research grants from public institutions and private industry, and been keynote speaker at several conferences and workshops. Chair of the ER Steering Committee (SC), and member of the SC of conferences as CAiSE, ESEM, REFSQ, ICWE, CIbSE or RCIS, his research activities focus on conceptual modeling, web engineering, requirements engineering, information systems design, and model-based software production. He created the object-oriented, formal specification language OASIS and the corresponding software production method OO-METHOD. He led the research and development underlying CARE Technologies that was formed in 1996. CARE Technologies has created an advanced MDA-based Conceptual Model Compiler called IntegraNova, a tool that produces a final software product starting from a conceptual schema that represents system requirements. Winner of the Peter Chen Award on Conceptual Modeling in 2016, he is currently leading a multidisciplinary project linking Information Systems and Bioinformatics notions, oriented to designing and implementing tools for Conceptual Modeling-based interpretation of the Human Genome information.

Country: Spain

Affiliation: Universitat Politecnica de Valencia

Personal website: http://www.pros.webs.upv.es/members/oscar-pastor/

Research interests: Conceptual Modeling, Requirements Engineering, Model-driven Development

Contributions

ICSE 2021SEIS Co-Chair in Organizing Committe
GPCE 2017Author of Analyzing the Impact of Natural Language Processing over Feature Location in Models within the GPCE 2017-track
* ICSE 2018 *Committee Member in SEIS Program committee within the SEIS - Software Engineering in Society -track