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Robert Feldt is professor of software engineering at Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, and at Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden. He has broad research interests spanning from human factors to hardcore automation and statistics, and including software testing and quality, requirements engineering, human-centred (behavioural) software engineering. He was an early contributor to search-based software engineering and have recently argued for increased application of psychology and social science to better understand and improve software engineering. Most of his research is empirical and conducted in close collaboration with industry partners in Sweden, Europe and Asia but he also leads more basic research. He received a PhD in computer engineering from the Chalmers University of Technology in 2002, studied psychology at Gothenburg University in the ’90s and has also worked as an IT and software consultant for more than 25 years. He is passionate about empirical research and methods and to change organisations through technological innovation.
- Journal First Co-Chair in Organizing Committe
- Journal First Co-Chair in Program Committee within the Journal-First Papers-track
- Session Chair of 3.1.3. Defect Prediction: Automation #2 (part of Technical Track)
- Session Chair of 3.2.3. Defect Prediction: Bug Characterization & Analysis (part of Technical Track)
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