Certifiable Evidences & Justification Engineering

Focus:

This group performs research on languages, techniques, metrics, and processes for engineering evidence(s) and justifications for the purpose of certification/selfassessment. More specifically, the focus is on languages, techniques, metrics, and processes for: modelling, analysis, justification and certification of complex dependable (computer-based) systems; systematic reuse of certification artifacts; multi-concern assurance; continuous certification via tool integration; compliance management; certification-related evidence engineering; safety/security management & safety/security culture; metrics.

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Towards Generating ECSS-compliant Fault Tree Analysis Results via ConcertoFLA (Nov 2017)
Barbara Gallina, Zulqarnain Haider, Anna Carlsson
2nd International Conference on Reliability Engineering (ICRE-2017)

Enabling GSD Task Allocation via Cloud-based Software Processes (Oct 2017)
Sami Alajrami , Barbara Gallina, Alexander Romanovsky
International Journal of Networked and Distributed Computing 5(4)-2017 (IJNDC 5(4)-2017)

Customized Real-Time Data Management for Automotive Systems: A Case Study (Oct 2017)
Simin Cai, Barbara Gallina, Dag Nyström, Cristina Seceleanu
43rd Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society (IECON 2017)

Towards Efficiently Checking Compliance Against Automotive Security and Safety Standards (Oct 2017)
Julieth Patricia Castellanos Ardila, Barbara Gallina
The 7th IEEE International Workshop on Software Certification (WoSoCer 2017)

Pioneering the Creation of ISO 26262-compliant OSLC-based Safety Cases (Oct 2017)
Barbara Gallina, Mattias Nyberg
The 7th IEEE International Workshop on Software Certification (WoSoCer 2017)

DAGGTAX: A Taxonomy of Data Aggregation Processes (Oct 2017)
Simin Cai, Barbara Gallina, Dag Nyström, Cristina Seceleanu
7th International Conference on Model and Data Engineering (MEDI 2017)

Barbara Gallina, Associate Professor

Email: barbara.gallina@mdh.se
Room: U1-068
Phone: +46(0)21-101631