Postdoctoral position in Software Engineering & Continuous Experimentation at the Department of Computer Science of Lund University’s Faculty of Engineering.

Subject description

Continuous Experimentation uses field experiments to steer software product development based on user feedback and commonly relies on large amounts of user data. This project focuses on how to benefit from this approach with limited user data, and specifically when developing in-house software products and tools. Solutions can include combining different types of user data (qualitative and quantitative), identifying suitable statistical methods, re-using existing user bases. For more information, see

Description of the workplace

The position is in collaboration with senior lecturer Elizabeth Bjarnason (https// in the research group for Software Engineering (SERG, within the Department of Computer Science of Lund University’s Faculty of Engineering. SERG has a strong focus on empirical research through close collaboration with industry. Research areas include Software Startups, Requirements Engineering, Software Testing, Continuous Deployment and Experimentation, Cognitive aspects of software development, and Software Processes.

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