I seek talented grad students for AI+SE. Is that you?
Ask me how to innovate. On time. On budget. Case studies:
My Funding$11M (total). From many sources, e.g.:
My prior graduates:
I challenge my students as follows:
Here is a sample of their results (and for more, see Google Scholar):
Software defect prediction
BTW: for the origins of the "Less, but better" mantra, see Dieter Rams' 10 principles for good design.
Mail: Com.Sci., 890 Oval Dr, Raleigh, NC, USA, 27695-8206.
July 14: Invited to editorial board, Communications of the ACM
July 12: New NSF grant $499K, Mega-Transfer
July 12: Invited to editorial board, IST journal
July 8: New NSF grant $499K, Vulnerability Detection
June 11: Paper accepted SEIP FSE'19: 'TERMINATOR: Better Automated UI Test Case Prioritization'. More...
June 11: Paper accepted SEIP FSE'19: 'Predicting Breakdowns in Cloud Services'. More...
June 7: Laser talk, summer school, Elba, Italy. More...
May 31: TSE Journal paper presented at ICSE: 'iSENSE: Completion-Aware Crowdtesting Management'. More...
May 31: TSE Journal first paper presented at ICSE: 'Finding Faster Configurations using FLASH'. More...
May 30: ROSE2 festival: a success at ICSE'19. More...
May 30: Peggy Storey makes me the 54% majority approach in current SE. More...
May 30: Slides, keynote SEIP "Why Software Works (and How to Make it Work Better)". More...
May 30: Now guest editor, Special Issue, EMSE, SE in the age of AI. Papers due Oct 15. More...
May 30: Now guest editor, Special Issue, IEEE Software, The AI Effect. Papers due Dec 1. More...
May 26: Slides, ICPC'19: Replication Can Improve Prior Results. More...