Radu Muschevici, Ph.D.
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I am a post-doctoral researcher in the Software Engineering group, working with Reiner Hähnle. I am a member of the CompuGene project.
My core research revolves around the design of languages for programing, specification and modelling, and their application to simulation and analysis of various kinds of systems. My current work focuses on modelling in the synthetic biology domain. More generally, I have a broad interest in software design and formal modelling.
I am further invested in building international cooperations, e.g. through teaching exchanges and the development of joint degree programs.
I obtained my PhD in Computer Science in 2013 in the DistriNet Research Group at KU Leuven, Belgium, supervised by Dave Clarke. My PhD research focused on novel language features for supporting software variability, (dynamic) software product lines, feature models and dynamic software updating. Previously I obtained an MSc from Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand where I was supervised by James Noble and Alex Potanin. I also hold a BSc (Hons) from Hochschule München, Germany and I have worked as a software engineer in industry for several years.