Dr Earl Barr most influential paper award

11 April, 2019

Dr Earl Barr's paper, The Promises and Perils of Mining Git has been selected for the MSR 2019 Most Influential Paper Award, “For foundational contributions to the understanding of how to perform software mining using Git repositories, enabling a decade of Git repository research across the software engineering community.” The award will be given during MSR 2019 in Montreal, Canada.
Congratulations Earl!


IEEE CS Harlan Mills award 2019 awarded to Professor Mark Harman

03 January, 2019

We are thrilled to announce that the IEEE CS Harlan Mills award 2019 has been awarded to Professor Mark Harman for fundamental contributions throughout software engineering, including seminal contributions in establishing search-based software engineering, reigniting research in slicing and testing, and founding genetic improvement.

You can read an interview with Mark here

Congratulations Mark!




6 Years since the launch of DAASE

19 October, 2018

This week marks 6 years since the launch of the EPSRC programme grant: DAASE (Dynamic Adaptive Automated Software Engineering). Here are some pictures of the team from over the years!


Dr Federica Sarro - article and interview

30 April, 2018

Dr Federica Sarro has been featured in the Italian newspaper “Il Mattino" as the youngest woman Associate Professor in Computer Science and interviewed by a national radio station too. 

Please click here to read and listen.


Dr Yuri Bykov

31 August, 2017

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing away of our colleague Dr Yuri Bykov. 

Yuri was a Research Fellow in the School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science at Queen Mary Univeristy London. He wad a leading scientist in his field of investigation and developing metaheuristic optimisation techniques. Yuri’s work includes the theoretical studies of algorithmic performance with different problems, improving the effectiveness of models, problem's representation and search techniques in Timetabling, Scheduling, Bioinformatics, Grid Scheduling, Logistic and Transportation problems.Yuri was awarded his PhD from The University of Nottingham in 2003 and worked on several projects before joining QMUL. 


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