Sara Abbaspour is a researcher working in the Cyber-Physical Systems Analysis group at Mälardalen University in Västerås, Sweden.
She was a Post Doc researcher from 2018 until 2020 at Mälardalen University. She has completed her PhD and defended her PhD thesis entitled “Concurrency Bugs: Characterization, Debugging and Runtime Verification” and her Licentiate thesis entitled “Bugs and Debugging of Concurrent and Multicore Software” in 2018 and 2016 respectively.
She received a Master’s degree in Software Engineering at Faculty of Computer Science and Information at University of Malaya, Malaysia. The field of her research during the Master’s degree was Web Engineering. She obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Software Engineering from Iran. Her research area was focused on Image Processing.
She also has work experience in various aspects of industrial environment such as Mobile Development Systems, Multimedia Technologies and eLearning application, RFID, Smart Cards Technologies, and Software System Testing.
Her main research interests include:
A Comprehensive Exploration of Languages for Parallel Computing (Dec 2021) Federico Ciccozzi, Lorenzo Addazi, Sara Abbaspour Asadollah, Björn Lisper, Abu Naser Masud, Saad Mubeen ACM Computing Surveys (CSUR'21)
Towards a Verification-Driven Iterative Development of Software for Safety-Critical Cyber-Physical Systems (May 2021) Marjan Sirjani, Luciana Provenzano, Sara Abbaspour Asadollah, Mahshid Helali Moghadam, Mehrdad Saadatmand Journal of Internet Services and Applications (JISA)
From Requirements to Verifiable Executable Models using Rebeca (Sep 2020) Marjan Sirjani, Luciana Provenzano, Sara Abbaspour Asadollah, Mahshid Helali Moghadam Software Engineering and Formal Methods Collocated Workshops 2020 (SEFMW 2020)
An Actor-based Approach for Security Analysis of Cyber-Physical Systems (Sep 2020) Fereidoun Moradi, Sara Abbaspour Asadollah, Ali Sedaghatbaf, Aida Causevic, Marjan Sirjani, Carolyn Talcott 25th International Conference on Formal Methods for Industrial Critical Systems (FMICS20)
A Systematic Literature Study on Definition and Modeling of Service-Level Agreements for Cloud Services in IoT (Aug 2020) Svetlana Girs, Séverine Sentilles, Sara Abbaspour Asadollah, Mohammad Ashjaei, Saad Mubeen IEEE Access (ACCESS'20)
On-Off Attack on a Blockchain-based IoT System (Sep 2019) Fereidoun Moradi, Ali Sedaghatbaf, Sara Abbaspour Asadollah, Aida Causevic, Marjan Sirjani First Workshop on Secure and Trustable Wirelessly Connected Industrial IoT (ETFA - WS01)
|EXACT - Experimental Analysis of the Coupling Effect Hypothesis in Software Testing||finished|
|MACMa - Modeling and Analyzing Event-based Autonomous Systems - Software Center||active|
|SACSys - Safe and Secure Adaptive Collaborative Systems||active|
|Serendipity - Secure and dependable platforms for autonomy||active|
|Sprint 11 Project: SLA-IoT--Ensuring Quality of Service through Modeling of Service-level Agreements in Industrial IoT||finished|
|Sprint 12 Project: SLA-IoT--Ensuring Quality of Service through Modeling of Service-level Agreements in Industrial IoT||finished|
|Sprint 13 Project: SLA-IoT - Ensuring Quality of Service through Modeling of Service-level Agreements in Industrial IoT||finished|
|SYNOPSIS - Safety Analysis for Predictable Software Intensive Systems||finished|
|A Survey on Service Level Agreement Definition for Cloud Services in IoT||available|
|A Systematic Mapping Study of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS)||in progress|
|Developing a Methodology Model and Writing a Documentation Template For Network Analysis||finished|
|Investigating GUI test automation ROI: An industrial case study||finished|