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Between August 10 to 24, 2022, I visited the Programming Research Group at the Department of Mathematical and Computing Science of the Tokyo Institute of Technology. I gave a seminar talk and discussed current research with the group members. A JSPS BRIDGE fellowship supported this visit, planned initially two years ago. The trip was postponed due to COVID-19 (three times, in fact), but I was happy to have the opportunity to visit Professor Masuhara and his lab.(more…)
Medha Belwadi and Pranavi Gollanapalli will join our research group this summer through the NYU GSTEM program. NYU GSTEM is a summer program for high school juniors that allows them to participate in research laboratories. The NYU Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences offers the program and helps promote STEM to traditionally underrepresented groups, particularly females and minorities. Medha and Pranavi will be working on our recently funded NSF project on imperative Deep Learning system programming and evolution as part of the project’s broader impacts.(more…)
Krishna Desai and Annie Wang will be joining our research group this summer through the NYU GSTEM program. NYU GSTEM is a summer program for high school juniors that allows them to participate in research laboratories. The program is offered by the NYU Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences and helps promote STEM to traditionally underrepresented groups, particularly, females and minorities.
Krishna Desai is a rising senior at Nutley High School. She has a great interest in Computer Science and is hoping to pursue a career in that field.
Annie Wang is a rising senior at Hunter College High School. Since a young age, she had a great interest in STEM, which, as she grew older, took shape in her deep passion for scientific research and coding, fueled on by the gender gap in Computer Science. She has a variety of research experiences, from working at a biochemistry lab to an immunology lab to a computer science lab, where she is currently working on a study involving Java 8 Streams, a popular streaming API. When she isn’t working, Annie can be found reading, taking walks, writing, or listening to K-pop.
Slides from my talk on “Detecting Broken Pointcuts using Structural Commonality and Degree of Interest” at the 30th IEEE/ACM International Conference on Automated Software Engineering (ASE 2015).
I gave a talk at Tokyo Tech on June 2, 2015, entitled “Open Problems in Automatically Refactoring Legacy Java Software to use New Features in Java 8“. More information can be found on the Dept. of Mathematical and Computing Sciences website.
Tokyo Institute of Technology Research Abroad and Invitational Program for the Promotion of International Joint Research
I am happy to announce that I have been awarded a visiting faculty position at Tokyo Tech via the Tokyo Institute of Technology Research Abroad and Invitational Program for the Promotion of International Joint Research. I will be traveling to Japan this summer to visit Prof. Masuhara‘s lab at Tokyo Tech for two weeks.