My main area is software testing, specializing in model-based and code-based test generation. My goal is to produce advanced, but practical testing tools and methods. I favor empirical research methods and open science principles.
I have 15+ years of teaching experience and have developed and taught several undergraduate and graduate courses.
Short CV: Zoltán Micskei received the MSc and PhD degree in software engineering from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics in 2005 and 2013, respectively. He is currently an associate professor of the same university. His research interest include software testing with focus on test generation and test languages. He participated in many EU research projects. He served as a PC member for several international conferences (ICTSS, HASE...), and as an external reviewer for international journals. He was a visiting researcher at LAAS-CNRS, Toulouse. He published his results in leading journals (STVR, SoSyM) and conferences (ICST).