Fabian Leinen, M.Sc.
Technische Universität München
Informatik 4 - Lehrstuhl für Software & Systems Engineering (Prof. Pretschner)
85748 Garching b. München
When testing software, we assume that a test passes if the code under test is free from failures for the input defined in the test and assume that the test fails if not. In other words, we expect a test to be deterministic, which doesn't always hold true. This kind of tests, that fail intermittently without changes to the code under test or the test itself are called flaky tests. My current research focuses on detecting and determining root causes of this kind of tests.
Since November 2021, I am working as a doctoral research assistant at the Chair of Software and Systems Engineering (Prof. Pretschner). Prior to joining the Chair of Software and Systems Engineering, I've been working as a Data Scientist for Artificial Intelligence in the automotive industry. I hold a Master's degree in Robotics, Cognition, Intelligence from the Technical University of Munich.
In case you have an interesting idea in the area of flaky tests, please feel free to contact me directly.
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|Names of Classes, Packages and their Impact on Test Flakiness||Seminar|
|Reducing Effort for Flaky Test Detection through Dynamic Program Analysis (with DE)||Bachelor|
|Determining Root Causes of Flaky Tests Using System Call Analysis (with DE)||Master|