Sharmin Jahan

About

I am Sharmin Jahan, a PhD student in Software Engineering at the Software Engineering and Architecture Team (SEAT) lab in University of Tulsa. My advisor is Dr. R. F. Gamble. My research interest is on Security Assurance Case for Self-Adaptive System, MAPE control loop and formal model of Self-Adaptive System.

Education

I have completed my Master’s in Computer Science from University of Tulsa in May, 2018. I have completed my Bachelor’s in computer Science and Engineering from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology in 2012.

Publication
  • S. Jahan, A. Marshall, R. Gamble, “Embedding Verification Concerns in Self-Adaptive System Code”, 11th
    IEEE International Conference on Self-Adaptive and Self Organizing Systems, 2017
  • A. Marshall, S. Jahan, R. Gamble, “Assessing the Risk of an Adaptation using Prior Compliance Verification”, 51st Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2018
  • A. Marshall, S. Jahan, R. Gamble,” Toward evaluating the impact of self-adaptation on security control certification”, 13th International Conference on Software Engineering for Adaptive and Self-Managing Systems, 2018
  • S. Jahan, A. Marshall, R. Gamble, “Self-Adaptation Strategies to Maintain Security Assurance Cases”, 12th IEEE International Conference on Self-Adaptive and Self Organizing Systems, 2018
  • S. Jahan, C. Walter, S. Alqahtani, R. Gamble, “Adaptive Coordination to Complete Mission Goals”, 5th SISSY International Workshop on Self-Improving System Integration, 2018
  • S. Jahan, A. Marshall, R. Gamble, “Evaluating Security Assurance Case Adaptation”, In proceeding on 52st Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2019