Tomas Cerny is a Professor of Computer Science at Baylor University. He leads the Baylor Coudhubs Lab, which conducts research on projects in software engineering, code analysis, security, enterprise application design, and quality assurance.
Dr. Cerny currently leads an NSF funded project on software test automation and quality assurance, where the students gain new knowledge and skills related to testing, quality assurance, and code inspection of distributed software systems used for large enterprises.. This project is based on collaboration with Red Hat, led by Dr. Tisnovsky, and the Red Hat lab at CTU in Prague under the leadership of Dr. Bures.
Additionally, Dr. Cerny and his Cloudhubs team research software architecture reconstructions of distributed web applications and develop a tool capable of module fusion based on data model overlap, remote procedure calls, and deployment configuration analysis.
Dr. Cerny will soon reach the 100 co-authored publications milestone. His works mostly related to code analysis and aspect-oriented programming. Among his awards is the Outstanding Service Award ACM SIGAPP 2018 and 2015 or the 2011 ICPC Joseph S. DeBlasi Outstanding Contribution Award. In the past few years, he chaired multiple conferences, including ACM SAC’20, ACM RACS, or ICITCS.