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Computer ScienceOffice: FIP 302
Graduate student supervisor
Empirical Software Engineering; mining software repositories; bug localization and prediction; diversity-and social-aspects in Software Engineering.
My research work focuses on empirical software studies that mine the development historical data of software systems. I use a combination of quantitative and qualitative techniques to understand the problem and determine approaches that can help to solve it. Specifically, I reseach the technical and non-technical aspects in software engineering with the aim of improving software development processes and practices, and increasing diversity in online communities.
Research Interests & Projects
I’ve been part of the organizing committee of the following conferences: (MSR’21, ICPC’21, PROMISE’21, PROMISE’20, ICSME’18, MSR’17)
I’ve been PC member of the following conferences: MSR’21, ICPC’21 (ERA), PROMISE’21, ICSE’21 (Tool demo), ESEC/FSE’21 (Artifact Evaluation), ESEC/FSE’20 (Tool demo), ICSME’20, MSR’20 (Mining Challenge)