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12/2017: Our paper on "Secure Coding Practices in Java: Challenges and Vulnerabilities" is accepted by ICSE 2018.
11/2017: Our paper on "Towards Reusing Hints from Past Fixes--An Exploratory Study on Thousands of Real Samples" is accepted by Empirical Software Engineering (journal).
09/2017: I got invited to give a talk at WISE 2017, a workshop co-located with ASE 2017.
08/2017: Our research tool CCLearner has passed ICSME artifact evaluation!
06/2017: Our paper on "A Characterization Study of Repeated Bug Fixes" got accepted by ICSME 2017.
06/2017: Our paper on "CCLearner: A Deep Learning-Based Clone Detection Approach" got accepted by ICSME 2017.
05/2017: The ONR proposal with Daphne (PI) and Trent (co-PI) on data-driven vulnerability repair got funded.
03/2017: I got invited to attend the LATTICE symposium for early career women in engineering.
02/2017: Our paper "How Does Execution Information Help with Information-Retrieval Based Bug Localization?" got accepted by ICPC 2017.
12/2016: Our poster "An Empirical Study on Using Hints from Past Fixes" got accepted by ICSE 2017.
06/2016: Our poster "Trifest: Automated Inference for Probabilistic Systems" got accepted by USENIX ATC '16.
03/2016: Our patent application ``System to uncover root cause of non-deterministic (flaky) tests'' got approved.
03/2016: My CRII proposal got funded by NSF (sole PI).
Ye Wang (PhD student)
Shengzhe Xu (PhD student)
Zhenshu Zhao (Bachelor => Graduate Student at CMU-Silicon Valley)
CS6704: Software Engineering Research [Spring17]
CS5704: Software Engineering [Spring16]
CS3304: Comparative Languages [Fall16] [Fall17]
CS3704: Intermediate Software Design and Engineering [Fall15]
A complete list of publications can be found here
|System to uncover root cause of non-deterministic (flaky) tests (Patent Number 9,311,220).|
|Jungwoo Ha, Jaeheon Yi, Peter Dinges, Jeremy Manson, Caitlin Harrison Sadowski, Na Meng|
The implementations from nearly all of my publications are publicly available. Other researchers have used several of these implementations in their publications. See projects for details.