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Bernhard K. Aichernig is a tenured associate professor (ao. Univ.-Prof.) at Graz University of Technology, Austria. With his research group he investigates the foundations of software engineering for realising dependable computer-based systems. Bernhard is an expert in formal methods and testing. His research covers a variety of areas combining falsification, verification, and abstraction techniques. Current topics include the Internet of Things, test-case generation, automata learning, and statistical model checking. Since 2020, he leads the TU Graz - SAL Dependable Embedded Systems Lab (DES Lab) with fundamental research in zero-bug software and dependable AI. He participated in five European projects. From 2004-2016 Bernhard served as a board member of Formal Methods Europe, the association that organises the Formal Methods symposia. From 2002 to 2006 he had a faculty position at the United Nations University in Macao S.A.R., China. Bernhard holds a habilitation in Practical Computer Science and Formal Methods, a doctorate, and a diploma engineer degree from Graz University of Technology.
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