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Dr. Ezekiel Soremekun joins the department

  • Date22 March 2023

Ezekiel joins us as a lecturer. He was previously a research scientist at SnT (Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust), University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg.


Dr. Ezekiel Soremekun

Ezekiel received a PhD in Software Engineering from Saarland University, Germany. He was a researcher at CISPA Helmholtz Center for Information Security, Germany. He was also a visiting researcher at the Automated Systems SEcuriTy (ASSET) Research Group at the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD).

Ezekiel's research is primarily focused on software engineering (SE), particularly software validation. His current research focus includes software testing, automated debugging, program analysis, and security testing. He is interested in analysing functional properties (e.g., correctness) and non-functional properties (e.g., security, robustness, and fairness) of software systems, including artificial intelligence (AI) -driven systems (e.g., automated classifiers, and NLP/CV systems). He has published in Software Engineering venues such as ICSE, FSE, ASE, TSE, EMSE, TOSEM, MSR and ISSTA.

You can find out more about Ezekiel at his website.

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