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     Date Submitted:15-01-2014
     Last Modified:21-01-2015 (04:53)
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     Current job:Software engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 3months
     Industry:, , Consulting/Engineering Services
     Keywordssoftware engineering, dependable computing, fault tolerance, component-based software engineering, object-oriented programming, UML, Java, SOA, image processing
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    Experience

    Since Sept. 2014

    Software engineer. ESOC, Darmstadt, Germany (contractor)

    Jan. 2014 – Sept. 2014

    Research engineer. LAAS-CNRS, Toulouse, France.

           ► Integrating adaptive fault tolerance mechanisms in wireless sensor network-based applications.

           ► Analysing component-based middleware for reconfigurable embedded systems.

    Oct. 2010 - Dec. 2013       

    Ph.D. student in Dependable Computing. INP & LAAS-CNRS, Toulouse, France.

           ► Definition of an approach for on-line agile adaptation of fault tolerance mechanisms in resilient systems with minimal modifications of the software architecture.

           ► Development of a library of adaptive fault tolerance mechanisms using the FraSCAti component-based middleware.

           ► Technologies: Java SE, C++, UML, SCA, SOA, XML, Java RESTful Web Services.

           ► Member of the MURPHY (Robustness evaluation of wireless sensor networks) research project.

             Partners: INRIA Paris, CNAM and SmartGrains.

             Mission: integrating adaptive fault tolerance mechanisms in Srijan, a toolkit for wireless sensor network-based application design, development and deployment.

          ► Member of the SERUS (Software Engineering for Resilient Ubiquitous Systems) research project.

             Partners: INRIA Bordeaux, INRIA Lille.

             Mission: development of a design-driven approach for resilient ubiquitous systems;

              integrating adaptive fault tolerance mechanisms in DiaSuite, a development environment for pervasive computing systems and requirements traceability.

    Mars - Sept. 2010              

    Research Intern - Master of Science Degree Project. LAAS-CNRS, Toulouse, France.

         ► Design and development in C++ of a bioinformatic application for simulating the dynamics inside proteins using robot path planning algorithms.

         ► Mission: Validation of algorithms and tools.

    July - Sept. 2008              

    Intern. IBM, Global Delivery Center, Bucharest, Romania.

         ► Introduction to the IBM products, technologies and methodologies; a course on Project management.

    Sept. - Oct. 2006              

    Intern. Real Fusio, Toulouse, France.

         ► Introduction to the design and development of computer graphics applications with OpenGL.

     

    Education

    Oct. 2010 - Dec.2013        

    Ph.D. in Computer Systems. INP & LAAS-CNRS, Toulouse, France.

         ► Ph.D. Topic: Architecting Resilient Computing Systems: a Component-Based Approach

         ► Dissertation committee: Pr. Charles Consel (INRIA Bordeaux), Pr. Alexander Romanovsky (Newcastle University),

               Pr. Lionel Seinturier (INRIA Lille), Alain Rossignol (Astrium Satellites), Animesh Pathak (INRIA Paris),

               Pr. Jean-Charles Fabre (INP/LAAS-CNRS), Matthieu Roy (LAAS-CNRS).

    Oct. 2007 - Sept. 2010      

    Engineering studies. École Nationale Supérieure d’Électronique, d’Électrotechnique, d’Informatique, d’Hydraulique et de Télécommunications (ENSEEIHT), Toulouse, France.

        ► Engineer’s Degree in Computer Science and Applied Mathematics

        ► Master of Science Degree in Computer Science and Telecommunications (Audio, Video, Images)

    Sept. 2005 - July 2009      

    Engineering studies. POLITEHNICA University of Bucharest, Romania.

        ► Engineer’s Degree in Information Technology and Electrical Engineering (french stream).

        ► Degree project in digital image processing: development of an image morphing application in MATLAB.

    11 - 15 May 2009             

    "First Time Quality Engineer 2.0" course. Adobe, Bucharest, Romania.

        ► Introduction to software testing and Quality Assurance technologies and methodologies.

     

    Computer Skills

    ► Software architecture

                    Standards: SCA, SOA, Fractal.

                     Middleware: FraSCAti, Julia.

                     Model-driven engineering tools: UML, Design Patterns.

    ► Programming languages

                    Java SE, C++, C (advanced).

                    AspectJ, JUnit, PHP, Prolog, Lisp, Caml, SQL, Fortran, Java ME for Android.

    ► Operating systems

                   Windows XP, Windows 7 (advanced).

                   Linux (Debian, Ubuntu, Fedora, RedHat), MacOS (intermediate).

    ► Development environments

                  MATLAB, Eclipse, IBM Rational Software Architect (advanced).

                  Netbeans, Microsoft Visual Studio (intermediate).

    ► Office suites

                 Microsoft Office, OpenOffice.

    ► Miscellaneous

                 maven (compilation tool), git, svn (version control).

     

    Languages

    ► Romanian            Native.

    ► French                   Bilingual. C2 European level (Proficiency). DALF - Diploma of Advanced French Language Studies (September 2004).

    ► English                  Bilingual. C2 European level (Proficiency). CAE - Cambridge Advanced English (A level) (June 2004).

    ► German                 Beginner

    ► Japanese              Beginner

     

    Other Skills

    ► Organisational

               Deadline compliance, punctuality, works effectively both as team member and independently.

    ► Communication

               Good presentation skills for both specialist and non-specialist audience, effective collaboration with

               researchers and engineers from various fields, supervision of interns, excellent writing skills in English and French.

    ► Personal

               Analytical spirit, persevering, enthusiastic, creative, open-minded, reliable, sympathetic.

     

    Interests

    ► Hobbies

               Astrophysics courses on Coursera, reading (world literature), watching documentaries

    ► Sport

             Tennis, ping-pong, cycling, hiking.

    ► Music

             Guitar playing (beginner).

     

    Publications

    2014     

      ► Miruna Stoicescu, Jean-Charles Fabre, Matthieu Roy, and Animesh Pathak. From Resilient Computing Architectural Concepts to Wireless Sensor Network-based Applications. (to be published in Proceedings of the Tenth European Dependable Computing Conference (EDCC’14)).

    2013     

      ► Miruna Stoicescu. Architecting Resilient Computing Systems: a Component-Based Approach. Ph.D. disseration, Institut National Polytechnique (INP) de Toulouse (to be published).

      ► Quentin Enard, Miruna Stoicescu & al. Design-Driven Development Methodology for Resilient Computing. Proceedings of the 16th International ACM Sigsoft Symposium on Component-Based Software Engineering (CBSE’13).

    2012     

      ► Miruna Stoicescu, Jean-Charles Fabre, and Matthieu Roy. From Design for Adaptation to Component-Based Resilient Computing. Proceedings of the 18th IEEE Pacific Rim International Symposium on Dependable Computing (PRDC’12).

      ► Miruna Stoicescu, Jean-Charles Fabre, and Matthieu Roy. Experimenting with Component-Based Middleware for Adaptive Fault Tolerant Computing. Proceedings of the Ninth European Dependable Computing Conference (EDCC’12).

    2011     

      ► Miruna Stoicescu, Jean-Charles Fabre, and Matthieu Roy. Architecting Resilient Computing Systems: Overall Approach and Open Issues. Proceedings of the Third International Workshop on Software Engineering for Resilient Systems (SERENE’11).


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