Sergio Segura


Sergio Segura works as an Associate Professor at the University of Seville (Spain) where he received a PhD in Software Engineering in 2011. He is a member of the Applied Software Engineering research group, where he leads the research lines on software testing and search-based software engineering. Sergio has authored some highly-cited papers as well as tools used by universities and companies in more than 20 countries. He also serve regularly as a reviewer for journals as IEEE TSE, ACM TOSEM, ESE, STVR, JSS, and IST among others. In 2016, Sergio co-founded the ICSE International Workshop on Metamorphic Testing (ICSE MET’16). His current research interests include, among others, software testing (mostly test automation), search-based software engineering and software variability.

Research Fields

Information and Computing Sciences

Editorial Board Memberships

Sergio is not currently contributing as an editor for any journal or publisher.

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