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TOCSYC industry day


Daniel Sundmark, Paul Pettersson, Adnan Causevic, Robert Feldt, Wasif Afzal, Richard Torkar , Anders Eriksson, principal software engineer at Saab Aeronautics, Jeff Offutt, professor of software engineering at George Mason University, Simon Poulding, postdoctoral researcher at BTH,



Start time:

2014-11-13 09:30

End time:

2014-10-13 16:00


Elite Stadshotellet Västerås

Contact person:


The TOCSYC distributed research environment is proud to invite you all to an open day for industry and academia, with a strong list of invited speakers that will present research findings in software testing that are on the verge of industrial adoption. The event will be held on the 13th of November at Elite Stadshotellet in Västerås, is free of charge, and will include lunch and coffee. More detailed information about the event can be found in the attached flyer. 

Register at There is a limited number of seats and a first come, first served policy will apply.  

Please feel free to forward this invitation further.

TOCSYC is a distributed research environment funded by the Swedish Knowledge Foundation (KK-stiftelsen). The environment is led by Professor Paul Pettersson at Mälardalen University, and in addition includes partners from Blekinge Institute of Technology, Skövde University, Karlstad University, and SICS Swedish ICT. More information about TOCSYC can be found at

Venue: Elite Stadshotellet, Västerås

Daniel Sundmark,


Paul Pettersson,


Adnan Causevic,


Robert Feldt,


Wasif Afzal,


Richard Torkar,