I seek talented grad students for AI+SE. Is that you?
Ask me how to innovate. On time. On budget. Case studies:
My FundingOver $9M. From many sources, e.g.:
My current graduate students (at the RAISE lab: real-world AI for SE):
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.
June 22: Conference co-chairing for 2018: RE'18(data); FSE'18(artifacts)
June 21: Elevated to IEEE Senior Member. Next step, IEEE Fellow?
June 21: Journal first paper accepted to FSE'17: 'Are Delayed Issues Harder to Resolve?' More...
June 13: Journal paper accepted to TSE: 'Heterogeneous Defect Prediction' More...
June 5: New workshop: Frontiers of AI+SE More...
June 3: New faculty award from IBM: 40K
June 2: Three papers accepted to FSE'17. Well done team! More...
May 29: New NSF (medium) award: $900K More...
May 24: Gave talk, ICSE'17: Trends and Topics in SE More...
May 23: Given inaugural foundational contribution award for MSR More...