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[[File:ThomasCerqueus.jpg||left|150px]] Thomas Cerqueus is a postdoctoral research fellow at University College Dublin. He joined the Performance Engineering Lab in February 2013. He contributes to RTE, a software testing work programme of the Irish Software Engineering Research Centre (Lero). More specifically, his research focus on developing techniques that enable the testing of large-scale and distributed applications. He was also engineering manager of CAR Demo, a demonstrator developed to showcase Lero research outcomes.  
 
[[File:ThomasCerqueus.jpg||left|150px]] Thomas Cerqueus is a postdoctoral research fellow at University College Dublin. He joined the Performance Engineering Lab in February 2013. He contributes to RTE, a software testing work programme of the Irish Software Engineering Research Centre (Lero). More specifically, his research focus on developing techniques that enable the testing of large-scale and distributed applications. He was also engineering manager of CAR Demo, a demonstrator developed to showcase Lero research outcomes.  
  
He was co-chair of the 3rd International Workshop on Large-Scale Testing. He was in the Technical Programme Committee of TTC 2013, DS-RT 2013, ISUW 2013, TTC 2014 and LT 2014.  
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He was co-chair of the 3rd International Workshop on Large-Scale Testing. He was in the Technical Programme Committee of TTC 2013, DS-RT 2013, ISUW 2013 and TTC 2014.  
 
Thomas earned his PhD from the university of Nantes in November 2012. His reseach focused on semantic information retrieval in heterogeneous peer-to-peer systems. He previously received a Master's degree in software engineering (2009), and a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science and Mathematics (2007) from the university of Nantes.
 
Thomas earned his PhD from the university of Nantes in November 2012. His reseach focused on semantic information retrieval in heterogeneous peer-to-peer systems. He previously received a Master's degree in software engineering (2009), and a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science and Mathematics (2007) from the university of Nantes.
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Website: [http://www.ThomasCerqueus.fr www.ThomasCerqueus.fr].

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Thomas Cerqueus is a postdoctoral research fellow at University College Dublin. He joined the Performance Engineering Lab in February 2013. He contributes to RTE, a software testing work programme of the Irish Software Engineering Research Centre (Lero). More specifically, his research focus on developing techniques that enable the testing of large-scale and distributed applications. He was also engineering manager of CAR Demo, a demonstrator developed to showcase Lero research outcomes.

He was co-chair of the 3rd International Workshop on Large-Scale Testing. He was in the Technical Programme Committee of TTC 2013, DS-RT 2013, ISUW 2013 and TTC 2014. Thomas earned his PhD from the university of Nantes in November 2012. His reseach focused on semantic information retrieval in heterogeneous peer-to-peer systems. He previously received a Master's degree in software engineering (2009), and a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science and Mathematics (2007) from the university of Nantes.

Website: www.ThomasCerqueus.fr.