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Jerome Hugues

Software Engineering Institute

Jerome Hugues is a Principal Researcher at the Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute (CMU SEI) on the Assuring Cyber-Physical Systems team. His research interests focus on the design of software-based real-time and embedded systems and model-based engineering approaches. He is a Principal Investigator on projects at the intersection of model-based systems engineering (MBSE) and cyber-physical systems (CPS). His research interests revolve around automation to deliver CPS faster with confidence. This includes combining model-based techniques and DevOps automation capabilities (“TwinOps” project), using the semantics of modeling language to deliver formal guarantees of a model properties (“SAFIR” project), and, more recently, rigorously defining MBSE processes.

Jerome holds a Habilitation (2017) from INP Toulouse, a PhD (2005) and an engineering degree (2002) both from Telecom ParisTech, and an MS in computer science from UPMC (2002).

Jerome is a member of the SAE AS-2C committee working on the AADL since 2005. Before joining the CMU SEI, he was full professor at the Department of Engineering of Complex Systems of ISAE-Supaero in Toulouse France, where he taught curriculum on systems engineering, safety-critical systems, and real-time systems.

He contributes to the OSATE, Ocarina, and TASTE AADL open source toolchains.