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Martin Ukrop is a Senior Research Program Manager with Red Hat Research, focusing on security research and facilitating the industry–academia cooperation in EMEA. He received his PhD in Computer and Information Systems Security from Masaryk University, Czechia, focusing on human aspects in computer security. He remains an active teacher as well as a life-long learner.
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Historically, usability studies have looked mostly at end users, doing focus groups or user testing with customers or the general public. This process often neglected developers, system administrators, and other IT professionals and the systems they use day to day.
Don’t tell engineering professor Miroslav Bureš that software testing can’t be exciting. As the System Testing IntelLigent Lab (STILL) lead at Czech Technical University in Prague (CTU), Bureš’s work bridges the gap between abstract mathematics and mission-critical healthcare and defense systems. His research focuses on system testing and test automation methods to give people new […]