Omer Nguena Timo, Ph.D.

Researcher in Software Modeling, Testing and Verification

Omer Nguena Timo
Team: Advanced Software Modeling and Development

T 514 840-1235, ext. 2497
@ omer.nguena-timo@crim.ca

(Ph.D. Computer science, Université de Bordeaux 1, France, 2009)

Omer joined CRIM in 2013. He is a researcher at the computer research institute of Montréal (CRIM) and an adjunct professor at the Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM).

His areas of expertise include formal methods for the validation and verification of evolving systems which can continuously adapt to their environment thanks to the embedded artificial intelligence.

His most recent work, conducted in collaboration with General Motors, seeks to improve the software testing process of automobile control systems that prevent unexpected behaviors.

He has worked as a postdoctoral researcher in Bordeaux’s LaBRI and in Toulouse’s IRIT, on projects with industrial clients such as Dassault-System and EDF. Omer has also developed controller synthesis approaches based on timed temporal logic and timed automata.     

Omer has presented his work in renowned conferences and has received prizes for best poster and best article.

His main research interests are formal methods, model-based testing, model-checking, controller synthesis, finite state machines, timed automata, and temporal logic. 

Portrait d'expert du CRIM : Découvrez Omer Nguena Timo (In French - 5:01)

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