"Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler." Albert Einstein

Computer Compression & Stacking
Computer Compression & Stacking

I am a computer scientist, a wannabe astronomer, and a handyman. :) I work in Ireland, but live in Montreal, Canada. Good luck tracing my flights. Originally, I am from Pernik, Bulgaria. But, the aim of this website is to present my computer-scientist side.

As a computer scientist, I understand what it means to apply the principles of software engineering and mathematical analysis to the design, development, testing, and maintenance of software systems. For over 20 (twenty) years, I have been acquiring knowledge of computer science, via studying and teaching the theoretical foundation of computer systems and via practicing the implementation of the same. My long industrial work experience helped me in using a variety of languages and techniques to develop many software applications and frameworks.

Currently, I am working as a Senior Research Fellow at Lero the Irish Software Engineering Research Center, at University of Limerick, Ireland where I have led and am currently leading a few important projects, emphasising the research and development of intelligent systems capable of self-adaptation and self-awareness.

Among my most proud achievements are my first U.S. NASA Patent on Method of Improving System Performance and Survivability through Changing Function (recently quoted by NewScientist) and my recently published book on Autonomy Requirements Engineering for Space Missions.

To see all my books, please visit my author page at Amazon.

Last modified on Ferbruary 28, 2015