I'm a Postdoc researcher in the devision of Computer Science and Software Engineering at Mälardalen University in Västerås - Sweden. I am interested in applied research in behavioural software engineering, combining over twelve years of industrial experience in software companies with research knowledge. My research interests are in socio-technical systems keeping users in loops, utilising user feedback and system analytics for requirements engineering and continuous evidence-based evolution of software systems. My current research is on digital humans and their applications in continuous Requirements Engineering and Evolution of Software Systems.
I have a PhD degree from Blekinge Institute of Technology (June 2020 - BTH, Sweden) in Software Engineering. During my PhD, I did a part of my research at FHNW University in Switzerland (2016-2017). I have received two master's degrees in Software Engineering (2013-BTH, Sweden) and Artificial Intelligent (2008-IUST, Iran). I have done Postdoc research at the Informatics department of the University of Hamburg, Germany and joined Mälardalen University, Sweden, for the second postdoc.
Using digital humans for continuous Requirements Engineering and Evolution of Software Systems.