TESTROOTS MEANS PEOPLE.
Asociate Professor, PI
Andy is an associate professor and has been with TU Delft for over 8 years. His prime research interest concerns the co-evolution of test and production code. Andy received an NWO Vidi Grant for his TestRoots proposal.
Georgios holds an MSc with distinction from the University of Manchester, UK, and a PhD from the Athens University of Economics and Business, GR, both on Software Engineering.
Moritz holds an M.Sc. with distinction from the Technical University of Munich, Germany. Since January 2014, he is doing his PhD at TU Delft in the TestRoots project.
Annibale received a PhD in Software Engineering from the Department of Information Technology at the University of Salerno in 2014. His research interests include software testing and empirical software engineering.
Qianqian is doing a PhD at TU Delft in the TestRoots project on the topic of mutation testing.
Igor is a master student at Delft University of Technology, where he is doing his master thesis in the Software Engineering Research Group (SERG) on TestRoots. He is the father and maintainer of WatchDogIntelliJ.
Niels is a master student at Delft University of Technology, where he is doing his master thesis in the Software Engineering Research Group (SERG). He is adding support for monitoring the debugging habits of WatchDog users.
Wouter created the very first prototype of what would later become WatchDog. He went deep undercover to better understand how we could monitor developers while working in Eclipse. He obtained his MSc degree in Software Engineering at the Delft University of Technology.
Yes, we are offering awesome Master theses within the TestRoots project at TU Delft! We look for excellent, motivated students to join the TestRoots project.