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Dr Benjamin Danglot

Dr Benjamin Danglot

PhD from University of Lille

Davidson consulting, Rennes, France

About Me

Research Engineer ― September 2020 - Now ― Davidson Consulting

Tools development to measure the energy consumption (in joules) within the CI/CD. The goal is to identify practices and/or libraries that consume more energy, and propose to developers a new way of coding to reduce this energy consumption.

Experiences

Research Engineer

December 2019 - August 2020 · Université Côte d'Azur (UCA)

In the context of an initiative by Pole Emploi, 26 interns have been selected for a special program offering them a complete Fullstack developer training during 3 months. After these 3 months of courses, I joined them to build the first prototype of Development of a new kind social network. The goal is to bind together people looking for job opportunities, companies looking for specific profiles and training centers offering courses. I lead the group, being the product owner and the scrum master during 5 weeks. The source code is available in open-source here (FR).

PhD Candidate

December 2016 - November 2019 · Inria Lille, Spirals team - STAMP-project

Software Testing AMPlification (STAMP): is funded European Commission - H2020. STAMP works in DevOps and agile methods and aims at improving the value of testing at different step of the application’s lifecycle. My research is mostly focused on unit test amplification. I exploited existing test methods to create variants to increase the mutation score, detects automatically behavioral change, etc. The manuscript is available here.

Research Engineer

September 2016 - November 2016 · Inria Lille, Spirals team

Development of nopol is an automatic repair tool for java program. Nopol fixes conditional and pre-condition bug, using the test suite. A IDEA plugin allows to developer to use nopol directly in their IDE.

Education

Ph.D. in Computer Science

2016 - 2019 · University of Lille

Thesis: Automatic Unit Test Amplification For DevOps

M.S. in Computer Science

2014 - 2016 · University of Lille

Thesis: Correctness attraction: a study of stability of software behavior under runtime perturbation

B.S. in Computer Science

2011 - 2014 · University of Lille