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Dr Marcel Böhme is a 2019 ARC DECRA Fellow and Lecturer (Asst Prof) at Monash University, Australia. He completed his PhD at National University of Singapore advised by Prof Abhik Roychoudhury in 2014 after joining Abhik's team in 2011. It followed a postdoctoral stint at the CISPA-Helmholtz Zentrum Saarbrücken with Prof. Andreas Zeller and a role as senior research fellow at the TSUNAMi Security Research Centre in Singapore. Marcel's research is focussed on automated vulnerability detection, analysis, testing, debugging, and repair of large software systems, where he investigates practical topics such as efficiency, scalability, and reliability of automated techniques via theoretical and empirical analysis. His high-performance fuzzers discovered 100+ bugs in widely-used software systems, more than 50 of which are security-critical vulnerabilities registered as CVEs at the US National Vulnerability Database. His vision statement can be found here: Assurances in Software Testing: A Roadmap.

Find out more: https://mboehme.github.io/

Education/Academic qualification

Computer Science, Doctor of Philosophy, National University of Singapore

Award Date: 31 Jul 2014

Computer Science, Diplom-Informatiker (BSci & MSci), Technische Universitat Dresden (Dresden University of Technology)

Award Date: 7 May 2009

Research area keywords

  • Automated software engineering
  • Software Testing
  • Software Debugging
  • Software Repair
  • User studies
  • Statistics


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