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Edson OliveiraJr

Referee for: D.1, D.1.5, D.2, D.2.1, D.2.4, D.2.8, D.2.10, D.2.11, D.2.13,
Institution: State University of Maringá
Address: Informatics Department
State University of Maringá
Home Page: http://www.din.uem.br/~edson

Curriculum Vitae:

Edson OliveiraJr is an Assistant Professor of Software Engineering at the State University of Maringá (DIN-UEM), Brazil. He holds a Ph.D. degree in Computer Science from the University of São Paulo (ICMC-USP), Brazil. He was a visiting scholar at the University of Waterloo (UW), Ontario, Canada Feb-Dez/2009. His research interests include: Software Product Lines, Software Process Lines, Variability Management, Software Architecture and Evaluation, Metrics, Model-driven Engineering, UML and Metamodeling, Component-based Software Engineering, Evidence-based Software Engineering, Empirical and Experimental Software Engineering, and Education in Software Engineering. He acts regularly as a reviewer in journals and conferences, and as a member of the program committee of several international conferences.

Main Research Interests:

  • Software Product Lines (SPL): UML-based variability management; feature modeling; metrics for evaluation; software variability tools
  • Reference Architectures (RA) and Systems of Systems (SoS): reference architetures for software variability tools; variability on reference architectures; variability in SoS; multi-product lines and SoS
  • Product-Line Architectures (PLA): variability management; metrics; evaluation; UML-based specification; quality attributes
  • Software Process Lines (SPrL): variability management; metrics; compositional vs. annotative approaches; SPEM-based specification
  • Evidence-based Software Engineering (EBSE): systematic literature reviews; systematic mappings; surveys; case studies; mixed-methods; qualitative and quantitative studies
  • Experimental Software Engineering (ESE): controlled experiments and quasi-experiments; quality of experiments
  • Education in Software Engineering: teaching experimental software engineering (controlled experiments and quasi-experiments); teaching systematic literature reviews and mapping studies; teaching UML and meta-modeling
  • Component-based Software Engineering and Frameworks (CBSE): SPL components specification; frameworks evaluation; architectures
  • UML Modeling and Metamodeling: SPL profiles; architecture specification and abstraction; SPrL and SPEM profiles and process specifications; structured metrics metamodel (SMM)