The Software Quality Research (SQR) Lab at Ontario Tech University is under the direction of Dr. Jeremy S. Bradbury and focuses on software quality of multicore and open source systems. In particular members of the group are interested in:
- using experimentation and visualization to better understand the trade-offs between testing, model checking and static analysis
- the development of new software quality assurance techniques for testing and analyzing concurrent and distributed systems
- mutation testing for concurrent and distributed systems
- improving the design of concurrent software
- using visualization to improve the usability of software quality assurance tools
Members of the SQR Lab also utilize the resources of the Human-Centred Computing Laboratory to conduct user studies into how developers analyze, debug and test software.
The SQR Lab aims to provide a supportive and welcoming environment for all students, staff and faculty. We pledge to follow the ACM Code of Ethics and Professional Standards which defines the ethical principles that guide our research as well our professional responsibilities.
Diversity and inclusion are both values that underpin our lab culture as well as our day-to-day work and interactions. We encourage applications from all interested students including women, racialized people, Indigenous peoples, LGBTQ2S+ people, and persons with disabilities.
Current active projects include: automatic analysis of concurrent software, excellence in variant testing (XIVT), understanding open source software development, managing developer interruption and serious games for computer science.