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Saad bin Abid is currently working as a Principal Researcher in MBSE/MBD in Scape project within the Automotive domain at Huawei Munich Research Centre (MRC). In the past, he worked at fortiss GmbH. There he was also actively involved within an automotive domain and actively participating in a German Federal Ministry (BMBF) RiSE Project: https://www.elektronikforschung.de/projekte/rise.
In the past, he led a German aerospace project ASSET-2: https://www.fortiss.org/forschung/projekte/detail/asset-2 on software testing topics (e.g., building and executing automated test case generation, virtual testing, and interfacing various testing tools for model-based testing). He also worked in scenario-based software testing in the Advanced Driving and Assistance System (ADAS) domain where he used Machine Learning (ML) techniques to identify driving scenarios and later perform automatic test case generation based on the identified scenarios.
He has obtained his Ph.D. in the domain of model-based V&V of feature dependency relationships in Software Product Lines (SPLs) from Lero - The Irish Software Engineering Centre (Ireland) in 2014. In the past, he has worked on applying model-based testing for software tools in the telecommunications domain. His interests include Machine Learning (ML) for effective test-case generation, tool-chain development enabling automatic test case generation, model-based V&V approaches, and model-based requirements engineering.
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