Denys Poshyvanyk is an Assistant Professor in the Computer Science Department at William and Mary (see W&M by numbers) where he leads SEMERU research group. He received his Ph.D. from Wayne State University, where he was advised by Dr. Andrian Marcus. His research is in the area of software engineering and evolution.
If you are a graduate or an undergraduate student @ William & Mary interested in software engineering research, you are welcome to attend SEMERU reading group weekly meetings (see the paper discussion schedule) on Thursday, 2-3 pm in McGlothlin-Street Hall 128.
- ACM SIGSOFT Distinguished Paper Award at ASE'13!
- Best Paper Award at ICSM'13!
- News! Recently accepted papers to TSE, ASE'13, ICSM'13, ESEC/FSE'13, ICSE'13, TOSEM, EMSE
- NSF CAREER is awarded!
- News! My Ph.D students, Collin McMillan and Malcom Gethers, started as tenure-track assistant professors at the University of Notre Dame (ND) and the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) in Fall 2012, respectively!
- New NSF grant “Collaborative Research: Linking Evolving Software Requirements and Acceptance Tests”, 09/01/12-08/31/15, PI (with Mark Grechanik, UIC), award CCF-1218129.
- PC Co-Chair for ICPC'13, ERA Co-chair for ICSM'14
- PC member for ICSE'15, ICPC'14, MSR'14, ICSE'14, ICSE'14-NIER