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Name: Pablo Gómez-Abajo
Bio: From 2008 to 2015 I worked as IT Manager at Ingeniería y Prevención de Riesgos, S.L. I acquired high-level skills in developing solutions for professionals from other technological areas, such as civil engineers, mechanical engineers, etc. This provides me with a great ability to understand what their needings are and build the easiest solution for them. I usually solve these problems on my own as I am quite a self-taught worker, but I also like to work in a team. I am really passionate about Information and Communication Technologies.
Since March 2015 I have been working as a researcher at the miso team, within the Computer Science Department at Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.
My interests lie in the field of Model-Driven Engineering (MDE), including:
- Meta-modelling, including multi-level modelling.
- Domain-Specific Languages.
- Model-Transformation languages and tools. Transformation testing and verification.
- Formal foundations of Model-Driven Engineering.
- Applications of MDE to areas like web engineering, social networks, collaborative systems, open data, e-learning, reverse engineering, simulation, etc.
My research work consists of a domain-specific language for model mutation. Under the supervision of my mentors, Esther Guerra, Juan de Lara, and Mercedes G. Merayo, I have two conference publications: “Wodel: a domain-specific language for model mutation” (SAC’16, held in April 2016 in Pisa - with an acceptance index of the 24,07%) and “Towards a model-driven engineering solution for mutation testing” (JISBD’18, held in September 2018 in Seville); two journal publications: “A domain-specific language for model mutation and its application to the automated generation of exercises” (Computer Languages, Systems & Structures (Elsevier), September 2017 - with an impact factor of 1.615) and “A tool for domain independent model mutation” (Science of Computer Programming (Elsevier), October 2018 - with an impact factor of 0.74); I have presented a poster at the DSM-TP 2016 summer school about domain-specific modelling; and I took part at the Doctoral Symposium of the ACM/IEEE MODELS 2016 conference with the paper: “A DSL for model mutation and its applications to different domains”. In June 2016 I finished my master’s degree, with a special mention in my final master’s thesis: “A framework for the automated generation of exercises via model mutation”.
Affiliation: Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Personal website: http://www.gomezabajo.es/
Research interests: Computer Science, Software Engineering, Model-Driven Engineering, Human-Computer Interaction, Adaptive Systems
|* ICSE 2018 *||Author of Poster T3: Adoption of the Visual Brainstorming Technique in the Open Source Software Development Process within the Posters -track|