My name is Adnan Čaušević1 and I am currently a postdoc researcher at the Mälardalen University (MDH) in Sweden, working within the School of Innovation, Design and Engineering. Here, at MDH, we have Embedded Systems research profile containing three divisions, one of them being, well, Embedded Systems Division. This is where STL (Software Testing Laboratory) is located in which I am working with some great folks as part of the ITEA2/Vinnova funded ATAC project (Advanced Test Automation for Complex Software-Intensive System).
I have completed my doctoral studies at MDH2 under the main supervision of Sasikumar Punnekkat and co-supervised by Daniel Sundmark and Ivica Crnkovic. The thesis is focusing on the existance of positive test bias3 effect when developers follow test-driven development approach.
At MDH, I am actively involved in the teaching process for Software Verification & Validation course (CDT414) as well as for the commissioned course on software testing.
My home country is Bosnia and Herzegovina where I finished my undergraduate studies at University of Sarajevo, Faculty of Electrical Engineering.
I am married to my lovely wife Aida and I am a father to a sweet little girl Alina.
Causevic, A. (2013, June). Quality of Test Design in Test Driven Development. Mälardalen University.↩
Leventhal, L. M., Teasley, B. E., & Rohlman, D. S. (1994). Analyses of factors related to positive test bias in software testing . International Journal of Human-Computer Studies , 41(5), 717 – 749.↩