Aitor Arrieta

Aitor Arrieta

Aitor Arrieta is a lecturer and researcher at Mondragon University. He got his PhD in software engineering at Mondragon University in 2017. The PhD was awarded by SISTEDES as the best PhD in software engieering preseted in 2017. In addition, he was awarded by SCIE and Fundación BBVA as an early-stage researcher for his research in the field of software development and testing of industrial applications. He currently leads the ADEPTNESS H2020 project, which aims at researching on DevOps methods to be applicable and scalable in Cyber-Physical Systems.

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About Me

I am a lecturer and researcher at the University of Mondragon. My research interests include software engineering and software testing areas, mostly related to the application of these techniques in the context of Cyber-Physical Systems. In the last few years, my research has centered on the test oracle problem for this context and test optimization techniques.

My research is industry-oriented. I collaborate with different industrial companies to better understand which their real problems are.

I am currently involved in the coordination of the Adeptness project, although I actively participate in the technical part. Specifically, I am working on automated approaches for the multi-level testing of Cyber-Physical Systems.


European Projects

I am currently involved in the Adeptness project

Industrial Projects

I currently collaborate in private-funding projects with the following companies:

Past Projects

Previously, I worked in different research projects, including:

I have also worked with other industrial private-funding projects with the following companies:

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Students and Postdoc Supervision

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Journal reviewing

I have reviewed in different journals, including: