[Research Statement] [Performance and Compliance Modeling] [Model Oriented Programming] [Software Systems and Ageing]
My research interests fall under two domains, one related to modeling and code generation, and the other related to compliance and requirement engineering.
With respect to the first domain, I am interested in all types of modeling, and in particular UML modeling. My PhD work involved state machine and Class diagrams. My work in this area was awared “the Best Student Paper” award in CASCON 2012. The paper is titled “Model Oriented Programming: An Empirical Study of Comprehension”. Continuation of this research effort is still being led by Dr. Timothy C. Lethbridge. An online light wight tool is developed to demonstrate the concept and is available here: try.umple.com
On the second research domain, I am also interested in modeling but a different kind of models. I work with Goal models and Performance models. These models are particularly interesting for compliance and governance.
I invite you to take a look at my publications. I am also ready to send out any supporting or relevant material.
List of current and past research projects
Real Time Patient Flow Management (February 2013 – Ongoing)
Performance and compliance modeling (July 2012 – May 2013)
Model Oriented Programming (January 2008 – Ongoing)
Software Development Methodology (Sept 2006 – June 2007)
Software and systems Aging (June 2005 – October 2007)
My research statement describes my research interests and directions.