Selim Ciraci obtained his BSc degree from Department of
Computer Science of Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey, in
2003 and, his MSc degree also from the same university in
2005. His MSc thesis was on Peer-to-Peer computer
networks. He obtained his PhD degree from Software
Engineering Chair at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering
of the University of Twente, Enschede, the Netherlands, in
December 2009. His PhD research was on applying and
developing model checking techniques for different
software evolution problems. From 2011 – 2014, Selim
worked at the Fundamental & Computer Sciences Directorate
at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratories. His
research is focused on applying software engineering tools
and methods to ease the development HPC software systems.
Specifically, he has been working on parallelizing
transformations and aspect-oriented development for HPC.
Currently, he is working at Microsoft Corporation.