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Lionel C. Briand is professor of software engineering and has shared appointments between (1) The University of Ottawa, Canada and (2) The Lero Centre, University of Limerick, Ireland. In collaboration with colleagues, over 25 years, he has run many collaborative research projects with companies in the automotive, satellite, aerospace, energy, financial, and legal domains. Lionel has held various engineering, academic, and leading positions in seven countries. He currently holds a Canada Research Chair (Tier 1) on “Intelligent Software Dependability and Compliance” and is the director of Lero, the national Irish centre on software research.
Lionel was elevated to the grades of IEEE Fellow and ACM Fellow for his work on software testing and verification. He was granted the IEEE Computer Society Harlan Mills award, the ACM SIGSOFT outstanding research award, and the IEEE Reliability Society engineer-of-the-year award, respectively in 2012, 2022, and 2013. He further received an ERC Advanced grant in 2016 on the topic of modelling and testing cyber-physical systems, the most prestigious individual research award in the European Union, and was elected a fellow of the Academy of Science, Royal Sociey of Canada in 2023.
- Stress Testing Control Loops in Cyber-Physical Systems
- NLP-based Automated Compliance Checking of Data Processing Agreements against GDPR
- Identifying the Hazard Boundary of ML-enabled Autonomous Systems Using Cooperative Co-Evolutionary Search
- A Search-Based Testing Approach for Deep Reinforcement Learning Agents
- Safety Monitoring of Deep Reinforcement Learning Agents
- SAFE: Safety Analysis and Retraining of DNNs
- Black-Box Testing of Deep Neural Networks through Test Case Diversity
- Probabilistic Safe WCET Estimation for Weakly Hard Real-Time Systems at Design Stages