Currently, I am a Scientist at Hitachi ABB Power Grids Research in Switzerland where I work on projects related to Software Architecture, Software Testing, Programming Languages for Real Time Systems, Performance Prediction for Highly Configurable Systems, and Internet of Things. Until July 2020, I was a Scientist at ABB Corporate Research in Switzerland where I mainly focused on software engineering research.
I am very fortunate and grateful to have worked with amazing colleagues throughout my career. From 2013 to 2017 I was a doing a combined MSc and Ph.D. at IT University of Copenhagen (Denmark), supervised by (now Prof.) Shurui Zhou.During my Ph.D. I spent 6 months at University of Waterloo, with where I did most of my work on understanding forking as a variaiblity mechanism using the 3D printer firmware Marlin. The last 18 months of my Ph.D., I was a visiting scholar at Carnegie Mellon University with where I continued the work on integrating cloned variants into a configurable platform as well as the work on finding features in forks with