Maria-Camelia Chisăliţă-Creţu received her BSc degree in Computer Science in 2001 at Babeş-Bolyai University, Romania. In 2002 graduated the MSc studies in Component-based Programming. She received the PhD degree in Computer Science in 2011 at Babeş-Bolyai University, Romania. She is a lecturer in Computer Science from 2013 at Babeş-Bolyai University, Romania. She teaches various subjects on software engineering, with special focus on fundamentals of programming, advanced programming methods, and software systems verification and validation. The main research interest is in object-oriented programming and refactoring, genetic algorithms, and testing techniques. She is the author (or coauthor) of over 50 scientific publications in peer-reviewed journals and international conference proceedings. She attended various trainings in software testing at international software companies. Extensive knowledge and experience was attained through the Black-Box Software Testing course series she attended: Foundations (May 2016), Bug Advocacy (November 2016), Test Design (October 2017). In 2016 she was part of the team that was awarded with a private scholarship from Accenture Company for scientific research project on software testing. Her current research is focused on regression testing and testing techniques.