Yaping Luo is a part-time assistant professor at Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) and research lead of software engineering and automation team at ING Tech R&D. Her current research areas include conceptual modeling and meta-modeling, software re-engineerng/reverse engineering, low-code development, business process modeling, test automation, model based testing, etc. Her pervious research also includes safety engineering, functional safety in the automotive domain, safety assessment according to safety standards, safety case development and automotive architecture design, etc. During the PhD period, Yaping Luo has worked on modeling safety standard (such as ISO26262), using model-based techniques to support safety assurance or assessment (such as safety argumentation modeling and metrics design).
Yaping Luo received her PhD from TU/e in the Netherlands in 2016. She also holds a MSc and BSc in Computer Science from the Beihang University. She has worked as advanced consultant at Applied Modeling group at Altran, during this period she also worked as scientific programmer at ASML (via ESI and Altran).
A systematic approach and tool support for GSN-based safety case assessmentJournal of Systems Architecture (2017)
Metrics design for safety assessmentInformation and Software Technology (2016)
A categorization of GSN-based safety cases and patterns4th International Conference on Model-Driven Engineering and Software Development (MODELSWARD 2016) (2016)
An approach for functional safety improvement of an existing automotive system2015 9th Annual IEEE International Systems Conference (SysCom, Vancouver BC, Canada, April 13-16, 2015) (2015)
A systematic approach for safety evidence collection in the safety-critical domain9th Annual IEEE International Systems Conference (SysCon 2015), April 13-16, 2015, Vancouver, Canada (2015)
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