To Merge or Not to Merge: Managing Software Families
Julia Rubin is a PhD candidate at the University of Toronto, Canada and a member of the Emerging Quality Technologies group in IBM Research - Haifa, Israel. Her research interests span a wide range of software engineering areas, including design, analysis, maintenance and evolution of large complex systems. Julia is also working on various aspects of software quality and, specifically, on the use of formal methods, program analysis and testing techniques to ensure information security and privacy of mobile applications. Her most recent area of interest is secure-by-design development of mobile applications.
Julia serves on program committees of several major international conferences, such as FASE, RE, SPLC and ECMFA, and is a PC co-chair for both the SPLC'14 and the ECMFA'14. She also co-organized several international workshops on modeling and software product line engineering such as MOMPES@ASE and PLEASE@ICSE. Julia has been elected an IEEE TCSE member-at-large for 2013-2015.