Mehrdad Saadatmand, Affiliated researcher, Postdoctoral research fellow (not working at IDT anymore)

Mehrdad Saadatmand is a Senior researcher and leader of the software testing group at RISE SICS Västerås. He is also an affiliated researcher with Mälardalen University.

Mehrdad holds a Software Engineering from Mälardalen University. His doctoral thesis is titled "Preservation of Extra-Functional Properties in Embedded Systems Development".

Mehrdad got his bachelor degree in Computer Science at Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, Iran. In 2009 he graduated as M.Sc. in Software Engineering from Mälardalen University. He has worked with the SAVE project team at Mälardalen Real-Time Centre (MRTC) as part of his master thesis. After graduation, he got employed by Enea and also started his Ph.D. studies in Model-Based Engineering of Real-Time Embedded Systems. At Enea, he was working in the scope of the CHESS European project. Later, during his employment at Alten, and collaborating with Mälardalen University, he got involved in the MBAT European project which aimed to exploit the synergy between Model-Based Analysis and Testing in verification of embedded systems. Mehrdad has also been responsible for organizing IDT Open Seminars at IDT department at MDH.

Current Projects:

    * XIVT: eXcellence in Variant Testing (ITEA)
    * MegaM@Rt: MegaModelling at Runtime (ECSEL)
    * TESTOMAT: The Next Level of Test Automation (ITEA)
    * PROMPT: Professionell masterutbildning i programvaruteknik - (KKS)
Past projects:

    * TOCSYC: Testing of Critical System Characteristics (KKS)
    * PiiATest: Model-Based Integration Testing for IT-systems in process industries (PiiA)
    * FIA: Strategic research into safety and security for the automation industry - (PiiA)
    * MBAT: Combined Model-based Analysis and Testing of Embedded Systems - (EU FP7)
    * CHESS: Composition with Guarantees for High-integrity Embedded Software Components Assembly - (EU FP7)
    * Partial involvement, to various extents, in: CRAFTERS, iFEST, EMC2

PhD students supervised as assistant supervisor:

Mahshid Helali Moghadam
Muhammad Abbas