Alessio Bucaioni, Assistant Professor

I am a software engineer and I currently work as Assistant Professor in computer science at Mälardalen University. I received my Ph.D degree from Mälardalen University in 2018. From 2014 to 2018, I worked as software engineer for Arcticus Systems AB. From 2018 to 2019, I worked as embedded software consultant for IKG Group AB. I organised international conferences and workshops and (co-)authored more than 40 publications in international journals, conference and workshop proceedings.

Honors and Awards
  • Modeling in Automotive System and Software Engineering Workshop (MASE) co-located with IEEE / ACM 25th International Conference on Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems (MODELS), Organizer, 2022.
  • International Workshop on Automated and verifiable Software sYstem DEvelopment (ASYDE2022) co-located with  International Conference on Software Engineering and Formal Methods (SEFM2022), Organiser, 2022.
  • MDEML: Model-Driven Engineering and Modeling Languages track at the Euromicro Conference on Software Engineering and Advanced Applications (SEAA), Organiser, 2022.

PC Member 

  • CDT321 - Project in Computer Science at MDH, 2022 (course responsible)
  • DVA 488 - Software Architecture at MDU, 2022 (course responsible)
  • DVA 332 - Software Engineering 1 at MDH, 2021 (course responsible)
  • DVA 483 - Software Engineering 3 at MDH, 2021 (course responsible)
  • DVA 131 - Industrial System at MDH, 2020 (lecturer)
  • PPU446/PPU450 - Industrial Internet of Things at MDH, 2020-2021 (lecturer)
  • OAH109 - Introduktion till projekt inom teknik at MDH, 2020 (lecturer)
  • PPU212 - I4.0  at MDH, 2020 (lecturer)
  • Software Systems and Services  at Gran Sasso Science Institute, 2019 (lecturer)
  • CDT402 - Distributed System Development at MDH, 2019-2022 (lecturer)
  • Introduction to Model-Driven Engineering at Universidad Tecnologica de Panama, 2019 (course responsible and lecturer)
  • CDT321 - Project in Computer Science at MDH, 2017 (course responsible)
  • DVA436 - Model-Driven Engineering  at MDH, 2015-2017 (lecturer)
  • DVA411 - Model-Driven Engineering  at MDH, 2014 (lecturer)
Thesis supervision

My research focuses on several aspects of the development of complex software-intensive systems from software architecture to model-driven development. Currently, i am investigating new paradigms such as BizzDevOps, Digital Twin, Low-Code Development, etc.

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Latest publications:

Conflicts between UX designers, front-end and back-end software developers: good or bad for productivity? (Apr 2023)
Tea Pavicevic , Dejana Tomasevic , Alessio Bucaioni, Federico Ciccozzi
20th International Conference on Information Technology : New Generations (ITNG 2023)

Supporting Technical Adaptation and Implementation of Digital Twins in Manufacturing (Apr 2023)
Enxhi Ferko, Alessio Bucaioni, Moris Behnam
20th International Conference on Information Technology : New Generations (ITNG 2023)

Standardisation in Digital Twin Architectures in Manufacturing (Mar 2023)
Enxhi Ferko, Alessio Bucaioni, Patrizio Pelliccione , Moris Behnam

Communication Patterns for Evaluating Vehicular E/E Architectures (Nov 2022)
Elena Lisova, Ruben Broux, Joachim Denil , Alessio Bucaioni, Saad Mubeen
The 2nd International Conference on Electrical, Computer, Communications and Mechatronics Engineering (ICECCME 2022)

Automotive Service-oriented Architectures: a Systematic Mapping Study (Aug 2022)
Nemanja Kukulicic , Damjan Samardzic , Alessio Bucaioni, Saad Mubeen
48th Euromicro Conference Series on Software Engineering and Advanced Applications (SEAA'22)

Model-Based Generation of Test Scripts Across Product Variants: An Experience Report From the Railway Industry (Jul 2022)
Alessio Bucaioni, Fabio Di Silvestro , Inderjeet Singh , Mehrdad Saadatmand , Henry Muccini
Journal of Software: Evolution and Process - Special Issue on Automatic Software Testing from the Trenches (JSEP-AST2021)

PhD students supervised as assistant supervisor:

Enxhi Ferko
Maryam Zahid
Sania Partovian