Lama Moukahal

Lama Moukahal
Queen's University | QueensU · School of Computing

Master of Science


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I am a PhD student at Queen's University, Canada. I received my B.Sc. (2012) and MS (2015) degrees in Computer Science from the Lebanese American University, Lebanon. I have five years of industrial experience working in software development. Currently, I am working under the supervision of Dr. Zulkernine in the Queen's Reliable Software Technology (QRST) research group in the Computing School. My current research focuses on developing secure vehicle software systems and software testing.


Publications (6)
In an era of connectivity and automation, the vehicle industry is adopting numerous technologies to transform driver-centric vehicles into intelligent mechanical devices driven by software components. Software integration and network connectivity inherit numerous security issues that open the door for malicious attacks. Software security testing is...
The Internet of Things (IoT) is shaping the future of the automotive industry. Grounded on the advances in everything from sensors, electronic controllers, artificial intelligence, data analytics, to network connectivity, intelligent Connected Autonomous Vehicles (CAVs) have become the essence in IoT applications. Software in CAVs lies at the core...
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Regression testing is important for maintaining software quality. However, the cost of regression testing is relatively high. Test case prioritization is one way to reduce this cost. Test case prioritization techniques sort test cases for regression testing based on their importance. In this paper, we design and implement a test case prioritization...


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