• S. Elbaum is with the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE 68588.
• D.S. Rosenblum is with the Department of Computer Science, University College London, Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT, UK.
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Sebastian Elbaum received the PhD degree in computer science from the University of Idaho and the degree in systems engineering from the Universidad Catolica de Cordoba, Argentina. He is an associate professor at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. His research interests include program analysis and testing, deployed software analysis, end-user software engineering, and empirical software engineering. He received the US National Science Foundation Faculty Early CAREER Award in 2004 for his research on the utilization of field data to test highly configurable and rapidly evolving pervasive systems. He was the program chair for ISSTA 2007 and program cochair for ESEM 2008. He has served as a program committee member for several international conferences, including ICSE and FSE.
David S. Rosenblum received the PhD degree from Stanford University He is a professor of software systems at University College London. His current research focuses on scalability analysis of software systems, testing and analysis of ubiquitous computing systems, dynamic service discovery in service-oriented architectures, and probabilistic modeling and analysis of software systems. He served as general chair of ISSTA 2007 and is the current chair of the ISSTA Steering Committee and he has served in numerous additional organizational roles for technical meetings, including program cochair of ICSE 2004, program chair of SIGSOFT FSE 2000, and chair of the ICSE Steering Committee. He is the vice chair of ACM SIGSOFT and holds a Wolfson Research Merit Award from the Royal Society in the United Kingdom. He is a fellow of the IEEE, the British Computer Society, and the Institution of Engineering and Technology.