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Benoït Combemale

Professor – Department of Mathematics and Computer Science

Université de Toulouse 2

5 allées A. Machado
31058 Toulouse cedex
France

Location

France
Université Toulouse 2 Jean Jaurès (UT2J)

Current Scientific Activity

 

Benoit Combemale is interested in software engineering, including model driven software engineering (MDE), software language engineering (SLE) and software validation & verification (V&V); mostly in the context of (smart) cyber-physical systems and Internet of things. He is also teaching object-oriented programming, software and systems modeling, MDE, SLE and V&V at UT2J and worldwide in various engineering schools and universities.

In MONTUS, Benoit Combemale will bring his expertise in software engineering, and more specifically in MDE, SLE and V&V.

Summary of Professional Achievments 

Pr. Combemale co-authored 3 books, and 100+ journal and conference publications in the fields of MDE, SLE and V&V. He also edited 2 books and various special issues in scientific journals. He is a member of the Steering Committee of the ACM SLE conference, and the Editorial Boards of the intl journals SoSyM (Springer), COMLAN (Elsevier), and SCP (Elsevier). He has been the program chair of SLE’14, and general chair of MODELS’16 and SLE’17. He also used to serve as program committee member for various conferences and workshops in software engineering. He is also very active in setting up and participating to satellite events of flagship conferences (incl. workshops and panels). He coordinated and participated to many collaborative projects (bilateral with industry, EU, or French). He is a founding member and chair of the GEMOC initiative, and member of IEEE and ACM.

Mobility across Thematic Areas

Software Engineering being per definition agnostic to any application domains, Benoit Combemale has been focusing in the past on application to embedded critical systems, smart systems, internet of things and more recently in computational sciences (e.g., hydrology and agronomy)

Geographic Mobility

USA – Canada – France