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Tao Yue

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Name: Tao Yue

Bio: Tao Yue has received the Ph.D. degree in the Department of Systems and Computer Engineering at Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada in 2010. Before that, she was an aviation engineer and system engineer for seven years. She has nearly 20 years of experience of conducting industry-oriented research with a focus on Model-Based Engineering (MBE) in various application domains such as Avionics, Maritime and Energy, Communications, Automated Industry, and Healthcare in several countries including Canada, Norway, and China. Her present research area is software engineering, with specific interests in Requirements Engineering, MBE, Model-based Testing, Uncertainty-wise Testing, Uncertainty Modeling, Search-based Software Engineering, Empirical Software Engineering, and Product Line Engineering, with a particular focus on large-scale software systems such as Cyber-Physical Systems. Dr. Yue is on the steering committee of MODELS 2018 and serves as a PC co-chair of MODELS 2019, and has been on the program and organization committees of several international conferences (e.g., MODELS, RE, SPLC). She is also on the editorial board of Empirical Software Engineering. Dr. Yue is leading the standardization effort of Uncertainty Modeling at OMG and also actively participating in defining international standards in Object Management Group (OMG) such as SysML and UTP.

Country: China

Affiliation: Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics & Simula Research Laboratory

Personal website: https://www.simula.no/people/tao

Research interests: Model-based Engineering, Requirement Engineering, Empirical Software Engineering, Search-based Software Engineering and Product Line Enigineering

Contributions

ASE 2019Committee Member in Program Committee within the Industry Showcase-track
Author of Uncertainty-wise Test Case Generation and Minimization for Cyber-Physical Systems within the Journal First Presentations-track
Author of Search-based test case implantation for testing untested configurations within the Journal First Presentations-track
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