I am a professor at the Department of Computer Science of Linnaeus University, Växjö campus, where I lead the AdaptWise research group. My main research interest is in software engineering of self-adaptive systems. Self-adaptation endows a system with the capability to adapt itself autonomously to deal with uncertain operating conditions, such as dynamic availability of resources, faults that are difficult to predict, and changing user needs. Together with my PhD students, we study formalisms and design models to realize and assure self-adaptation for different quality goals. We are particularly interested in how we can exploit the design models at runtime to provide evidence for the required adaptation goals and handle changing requirements. Our primary interest is in decentralized systems, where adaptation needs to be realized by multiple feedback loops. We empirically validate our research results in the domains of smart homes and multi-robot systems. Before joining Linnaeus, I was affiliated with DistriNet Labs at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven. I received a Ph.D from for the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven for work on multiagent systems and software archtitecture. After my Ph.D I worked as a postdoc fellow, funded by the Research Foundation Flanders.