Certifiable Evidences & Justification Engineering


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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Compliance of Agilized (Software) Development Processes with Safety Standards: a Vision (Jul 2018)
Barbara Gallina, Faiz UL Muram , Julieth Patricia Castellanos Ardila
4th international workshop on Agile Development of Safety-Critical Software (ASCS-2018)

Multi-concern Dependability-centered Assurance for Space Systems via ConcertoFLA (Jun 2018)
Barbara Gallina, Zulqarnain Haider, Anna Carlsson , Silvia Mazzini , Stefano Puri
23rd International Conference on Reliable Software Technologies -Ada-Europe 2018 (Ada-Europe-2018 )

Tool-Supported Safety-Relevant Component Reuse: From Specification to Argumentation (Jun 2018)
Irfan Sljivo, Barbara Gallina, Jan Carlson, Hans Hansson, Stefano Puri
23rd International Conference on Reliable Software Technologies -Ada-Europe 2018 (Ada-Europe-2018 )

Reuse in (re) certification of systems (May 2018)
Barbara Gallina, Jabier Martinez
17th International Conference on Software Reuse (ICSR-2018)

On-Demand Automated Traceability Maintenance and Evolution (May 2018)
Muhammad Atif Javed, Faiz UL Muram , Uwe Zdun
17th International Conference on Software Reuse (ICSR-2018)

Bridging the Gap between Testing and Safety Certification (Mar 2018)
Aiman Gannous , Anneliese Andrews , Barbara Gallina
39th Aerospace Conference (AC-2018)

Barbara Gallina, Associate Professor

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