Samer is an Assistant Professor at the Computer Science Department, Birzeit University. He has been teaching there (BSc & MSc) since 2005. Besides being academic, Samer has also been involved as software engineer in many industrial software development projects of different domains and contexts (mostly large scale) since year 2000. He took his Masters degree in Software Engineering from Northumbria University in 2004 and his Doctoral degree from IIUM University in 2016. During his doctoral study, Samer studied mobile application testing methods and frameworks and provided novel automation testing tools and solutions. In addition, Samer specialized in Systematic Literature Reviews (SLR) and Systematic Mapping Studies (SMS) methodologies. He is also active in the area of static-code analysis methods, mining mobile applications' source code, and Big Data.
Zein, S., Salleh, N., &Grundy, J. (2017, October). Static Analysis of Android Apps for Lifecycle Conformance. In 8th International Conference on Information Technology (ICIT) 2017 (pp. 102-109) IEEE Conference Publications.
Zein, S., Salleh, N., & Grundy, J. (2015, September). Mobile Application Testing in Industrial Contexts: An Exploratory Multiple Case-Study. InInternational Conference on Intelligent Software Methodologies, Tools, and Techniques (pp. 30-41). Springer International Publishing.
Zein, S., Salleh, N., & Grundy, J. (2016). A systematic mapping study of mobile application testing techniques. Journal of Systems and Software,117, 334-356.
Zein, S., Eleyan, D., & Garfield, J. (2012, September). Automated user interface testing for web applications and TestComplete. In Proceedings of the CUBE International Information Technology Conference (pp. 350-354). ACM.