Per is from Västerås and worked for more than a decade with software development, software testing, test leading and test automation in the domains of embedded, rail, nuclear, web and mathematics software, before starting as an industrial doctoral student in 2017.
He received a master's degree (Fil. Mag.) in applied mathematics from Linköping University 2004, and another master's degree (Civ. Ing.) in bioinformatics in 2005, also from Linköping University.
When Per worked as a consultant he led a competence network in software testing for five years. At this time he received a number of industrial certifications, as a tester and as a requirements professional:
YouTube video on Software Quality Assurance at Westermo (featuring me and my colleague Petra)
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Per is an industrial doctoral student in the Software Testing Laboratory from Westermo Research and Development AB. His research focus is on system-level software test automation of embedded systems.
Testing embedded systems at a system level is a complex process and there is a need for test selection, considering hardware coverage, as well as test results communication, test results exploration and test results visualizations.
Experience Report: Automated System Level Regression Test Prioritization Using Multiple Factors (Oct 2016) Per Erik Strandberg, Daniel Sundmark, Wasif Afzal, Thomas Ostrand, Elaine Weyuker 27th International Symposium on Software Reliability Engineering (ISSRE'16)
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