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Slides for SPLASH ’21 talk now available

The slides for our talk at SPLASH ’21 talk on actor concurrency bugs is now available. The talk is part of the series of papers from OOPSLA ’20 that were originally held remotely.

Paper on feature log level rejuvenation accepted to Science of Computer Programming

I am pleased to announce that our journal paper, “Automated Evolution of Feature Logging Statement Levels Using Git Histories and Degree of Interest,” has been recommended for publication in Science of Computer Programming. Congrats to Yiming, Allan, and Mehdi!

Video of ICSE ’21 talk now available

A video of our ICSE 2021 talk on “An Empirical Study of Refactorings and Technical Debt in Machine Learning Systems” is now available!

Slides for ICSE ’21 talk now available

Slides for our ICSE 2021 talk on “An Empirical Study of Refactorings and Technical Debt in Machine Learning Systems” are now available!

Ajani gets into MIT

Ajani Stewart, a CUNY Hunter College undergraduate Computer Science student who is also part of the CUNY Macaulay Honors College and worked with us on our recent ICSE ’21 paper, was recently accepted into a post-baccalaureate program at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)! Congrats, Ajani!

Yiming successfully defends her PhD thesis

Congrats to Yiming Tang for successfully defending her Ph.D. thesis, “Towards Automated Software Evolution of Data-intensive Applications!” Congrats, Yiming and thank you to the committee, Anita Raja, Subash Shankar, and Mehdi Bagherzadeh!

Yiming receives postdoctoral research fellowship from Concordia University

Yiming Tang

Yiming has been awarded a postdoctoral fellowship at the Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering (CSSE) of Concordia University in Canada, a central research institution in the field of Software Engineering and Programming Languages. Yiming will be working with Weiyi Shang. Congrats, Yiming!

Preprint of ICSE ’21 ML systems study paper now available

A preprint of our ICSE ’21 paper on studying refactoring and technical debt in Machine Learning systems is now available.

New student Ye joins the team

Ye Paing profile photo

Please welcome Ye Paing to the team! Ye is a part-time Master’s student in Computer Science at Hunter; he works full-time as a Software Engineer at AMEX. He is interested in exploring reactive web development for data-intensive applications, NLP, and large-scale textual analysis. Outside of work and school, he spends time volunteering for Code Nation, a nonprofit organization that teaches React web-development to high school students. His hobbies are photography, traveling, and exploring new cuisines.

Ye has taken several advanced classes in Programming Languages and Software Engineering at Hunter. He was also an active participant at NYPLSE 2019 that took place at Hunter. Ye will be working on data mining software engineering artifacts, possibly in real-time. Welcome, Ye!

New student Manal joins the team

We have a new master’s student, Manal Zneit, joining us! Manal has a background in Mathematics, and she is now pursuing a degree in Computer Science. Manal is also an adjunct lecturer at CUNY Lehman College, where she teaches various introductory programming classes. She will be working on research at the intersection of Software Engineering, Programming Languages, and Data Science. Welcome, Manal!

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