Rebekka Wohlrab

Rebekka Wohlrab

Assistant Professor

Chalmers University of Technology

About me

I am a tenure-track assistant professor in Software Engineering at Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg, Sweden. I am also an Adjunct Faculty in the Software and Societal Systems Department (S3D) at Carnegie Mellon University.

I lead a research group that is partially supported by the Wallenberg AI, Autonomous Systems and Software Program (WASP) funded by the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation.

Interests
  • Requirements Engineering
  • Software Architecture
  • Autonomous Systems
Positions
  • Assistant Professor

    since 2022 - Chalmers University of Technology

  • Postdoc

    2020-2022 - Carnegie Mellon University

  • PhD in Computer Science and Engineering

    2020 - Chalmers University of Technology

  • BSc and MSc in Computer Science

    2016 - Paderborn University

Recent news

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[June 2024] Very happy that we got a paper accepted at ECSA'24. More information about the paper can be found here.

[May 2024] Glad that we got a paper accepted to the SoSym journal.

[May 2024] Paper accepted at ARES'24. The preprint can be found here.

[April 2024] Very happy that we got a paper accepted at FSE'24. More information about the paper can be found here.

[April 2024] My new postdoc Raffaela Groner started. Wonderful! Welcome to Sweden and to our group! :)

Meet the Team

PhD Students

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Antonia Welzel

PhD Student (main supervisor)

at Chalmers, working on requirements conflicts for autonomous systems

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Razan Ghzouli

PhD Student (main supervisor)

at Chalmers, working on behavior trees and MDE for robotics

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Tiziano Santilli

PhD Student (co-supervisor)

at Gran Sasso Science Institute, working on continuous compliance for safety-/security-critical systems

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Vladislav Indykov

PhD Student (co-supervisor)

at Chalmers/GU, working on software architecture for ML-enabled systems

Postdocs

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Raffaela Groner

Postdoc (main advisor)

at Chalmers, working in the WASP NEST ShiftLeft project