Lionel C. Briand
Welcome to the personal homepage of Prof. Lionel C. Briand; Canada Research Chair (Tier1), IEEE Fellow, ACM Fellow.
I currently have shared appointments between the Nanda Laboratory, EECS Department, University of Ottawa and the Software Verification and Validation Laboratory, Centre for ICT Security, Reliability, and Trust (SnT), University of Luxembourg.
My main research interests and expertise are:
Testing, verification, and validation of software systems, including machine learning and security aspects
Applications of machine learning and evolutionary computing to software engineering
Automated regulatory and legal compliance
Model-driven development and engineering
Software quality assurance
You can contact me through one of the following emails:
Notable Recognitions and Awards
Canada Research Chair (Tier 1), 2003
IEEE Fellow, 2010
IEEE Reliability Society, Reliability Engineer of the year, 2013
ERC Advanced grant, 2016
Canada Research Chair (Tier 1), 2019
ACM Fellow, 2020
ICSE MIP awards: 2015 and 2021
Here are two short papers (paper1, paper2) summarising my views on software engineering research.
Interview in ACM SE notes (2021)
My ICSE 2022 Keynote address video (starts at 34 min): "Mathematicians, Social Scientists, or Engineers? The Split Minds of Software Engineering Researchers"
A great paper by Ben Schneiderman: "Twin-Win Model: A human-centered approach to research success".