Giulio received his Laurea degree in electronic engineering from the Universita’ di Padova, Italy, in 1982. In 2004 he received his PhD in Electrical Engineering at the Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal. He worked in companies, research institutions and universities. In 2005 he was awarded the Canada Research Chair Tier I in Software Change and Evolution.
He have participated in the program and organization committees of numerous IEEE-sponsored international conferences. He served as program chair, industrial chair, tutorial, and general chair of international conferences and workshops. He is a member of the editorial boards of four journals: the Journal of Software Testing Verification & Reliability, IEEE Software, the Software Quality Journal and the Journal of Software: Evolution and Process. He served as Deputy Chair of the Steering Committee for the IEEE International Conference on Software Maintenance. He contributed to the program committees of more than 30 IEEE and ACM conferences and workshops, and he acts as referee for all major software engineering journals. Giulio works in the area of software evolution, software traceability, search based software engineering, software testing and software maintenance.
Majda is a Ph.D student in Software Engineering at École Polytechnique de Montréal under the supervision of Prof. Giovanni Beltrame, Prof. Giuliano Antoniol and Prof. Massimiliano di Penta of the University of Sanio. Majda research focuses on search privacy of Android application and social media.
Rodrigo is a Ph.D student in Software Engineering at École Polytechnique de Montréal under the supervision of Prof. Foutse Khomh and Prof. Giuliano Antoniol. His research focuses on search based software engineering and, more precisely, on improve software quality via automatic code smell and anti-patterns refactoring.
Cedric is a Master student in Software Engineering at Polytechnique Montréal under the supervision of Prof. Giuliano Antoniol. He recently joined the laboratory (2016); his research project will focus on self admitted technical debts and software evolution and in particular of Android applications.