Marton Bur

I am currently a PhD student in software engineering at McGill University’s Electrical and Computer Engineering Department under the supervision of Dániel Varró.

I earned my MSc degree in Software Engineering in January 2016 at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics, Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME). Before coming to McGill University, I pursued PhD studies in Software Engineering at BME and I worked at the Fault Tolerant Systems Research Group. I received my BSc degree in Computer Engineering in January 2014 at BME.

Main Research Interests

  • Runtime monitoring of distributed cyber-physical systems

  • Models@run.time for IoT and cyber-physical systems

  • Local search-based graph pattern matching

  • Model-based software engineering

Teaching Activities

Project involvements

  • MoDeS3: Model-Based Demonstrator for Smart and Safe Cyber-Physical Systems.

  • VIATRA: a high performance graph search framework for EMF models. The project is maintained by the Eclipse Foundation.

  • Massif: Matlab-Simulink Integration Framework for Eclipse.

  • MONDO: this project aims to develop model-based development tools that are able to tackle scalability needs in MDE.

Selected Awards and Scholarships

University Address

McConnell Building Room 735
3480 University Street
Montreal, QC, H3A 0E9