I'm Alireza Khalilian, a PhD candidate of Software Engineering at the University of Isfahan under the supervision of Dr. Ahmad Baraani Dastjerdi. My specific research interests include automated techniques for software testing and debugging, software security, model-driven software engineering (MDSE), programming languages, compiler construction, and data mining. I'm skilled in programming with C-based languages as well as database design. I have worked as programmer, developer, database designer, Oracle developer, and also as an IT consultant in the past 11 years. In addition, I have more than seven years of experience in teaching undergraduate computer engineering courses. I have also published more than 27 papers in prestigious international conferences and journals including Tests and Proofs (TAP), Science of Computer Programming (SCP), and Applied Intelligence (APIN). Besides, I'm the recipient of several honors and awards such as distinguished teacher, researcher, and best paper award. Finally, I have written two books for undergraduate computer software engineering courses in Persian, namely as Programming Languages Design and Implementation and Principles of Database Design.