Afterwards, I moved to the University of Salerno (Italy), where i 2015 I received my Master's Degree (cum laude) in Computer Science, advised by Prof. Andrea De Lucia, defending a thesis on Search Based Software Testing.
Right after my M.Sc. I worked for 1 year as IT Analyst and Developer at Cedacri S.p.A.
My research interests include Search Based Software Engineering, Software maintenance and evolution and Empirical Software Engineering.
For anything further, have a look at my private website.
- Lucas Pelloni (Bachelor Thesis) - GUI usability and testing of mobile applications
- On the Effectiveness of Manual and Automatic Unit Test Generation: Ten Years Later accepted at the International Conference on Mining Software Repositories (MSR)
- Lightweight Assessment of Test-Case Effectiveness using Source-Code-Quality Indicators accepted at IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering
- Branch Coverage Prediction in Automated Testing accepted for the Journal of Software: Evolution and Process (JSEP)