• USA-2010

    For contributions to software testing and distributed systems, and for service to the software engineering community.

Professor Rosenblum's research has addressed a wide range of problems spanning the breadth of the software development life cycle, including software specification, architecture, design, verification, testing, analysis and maintenance. His current research focuses on probabilistic verification of systems, and applications of machine learning for the design and testing of mobile, context-aware adaptive systems for ubiquitous computing and the Internet of Things. In 1997 he received a CAREER Award from the US National Science Foundation for his work on distributed component-based software, and from 2004-2009 he held a Wolfson Research Merit Award from the Royal Society.

He is a Fellow of the ACM and IEEE and has received two test-of-time awards for his research (the 2002 ICSE Most Influential Paper Award, and the inaugural 2008 ACM SIGSOFT Impact Paper Award). He is currently the Editor-in-Chief of the ACM Transactions on Software Engineering and Methodology (ACM TOSEM) and was previously an Associate Editor for the IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering (IEEE TSE). He has served as Member-at-Large, Vice Chair, Chair and Past Chair of the ACM Special Interest Group on Software Engineering (ACM SIGSOFT), and in 2018 he received the ACM SIGSOFT Distinguished Service Award.

Research Interests
Software Engineering
Ubiquitous Computing
Machine Learning
Probabilistic Model Checking
Software Testing
Distributed Systems
Software Architecture