I was born in Campobasso (Italy) on April, 24th, 1990. I received (cum laude) the Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science from the University of Molise (Italy) in 2013, advised by Prof. Rocco Oliveto.
Afterwards I moved to the University of Salerno, where in 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.
Just after my M.Sc. I worked for one year as IT Analyst and Developer at Cedacri S.p.A., as a developer for the banking sector. In November 2016 I started my Ph.D., joining the s.e.a.l. group at the University of Zürich, lead by Prof. Harald C. Gall.
My main research interests include Search-Based Software Engineering (SBSE), with a main focus on Search-Based Software Testing (SBST), Software maintenance and evolution and Empirical Software Engineering.
Passionate about research, coding, running (follow me here) and coffee.
Here is a PDF version of my CV!
|Aug 6, 2019||Our IEEE TSE paper Lightweight Assessment of Test-Case Effectiveness using Source-Code-Quality Indicators has been accepted for presentation at ASE 2019|
|Jul 10, 2019||Scented Since the Beginning: On the Diffuseness of Test Smells in Automatically Generated Test Code accepted at Journal of Systems and Software (DOI)|
|May 5, 2019||A Large-Scale Empirical Exploration on Refactoring Activities in Open Source Software Projects accepted at Science of Computer Programming (SCICO)|
|Mar 13, 2019||A New Dimension of Test Quality: Assessing and Generating Higher Quality Unit Test Cases accepted at ISSTA 2019 Doctoral Symposium|
|Mar 1, 2019||On the Effectiveness of Manual and Automatic Unit Test Generation: Ten Years Later accepted at the International Conference on Mining Software Repositories (MSR)|