I lead the Software PErformance, Analysis, and Reliability (SPEAR) lab at Concordia University. My research focuses on improving the quality of large-scale software systems. I work on bug detection, software performance analysis, cloud-based systems, database-centric systems, software testing, and mining software repositories. My research tools were integrated into industrial practice for ensuring the quality of large-scale enterprise systems.
In particular, my research aims to solve challenges such as:
I am actively looking for hard-working and self-motivated students to join my lab. If you are interested in my research, please send me your CV and transcript.
Software Engineering @ Concordia Concordia has a very strong presence in Software Engineering research, which is currently ranked as the top 12 in the world. Concordia is also ranked as one of the top 100 universities under 50 years old in the world. Concordia is located in Montreal, Canada’s second largest city and is ranked as the best city for students in the world.
PhD in Computer Science
MSc in Computer Science
BSc in Computer Science
University of British Columbia
Venues: 10 TSE (A*), 7 ICSE (A*), 2 FSE (A*), 1 TOSEM (A*), 1 ASE (A), 9 EMSE (A), 1 TR (A), 1 JSS (A), 4 MSR (A), 1 ICDEW
*Ranked according to core ranking, where A* indicates the top venues in the research area, and A indicates highly-respected venues in the research area.
Organizing Committee and Journal Editor
Program Committee Member