I am interested in using software architectures, programming language type systems and program analysis techniques to help software architects and software engineers maintain intellectual control over the runtime architecture of their object-oriented systems.
- My Ph.D. student Radu Vanciu successfully defended his Ph.D. dissertation. Very proud of him. His final dissertation is available: Static Extraction of Dataflow Communication for Security.
Patent based on my Ph.D. dissertation work issued on Nov. 12, 2013 as US Patent 8584099, held jointly with my Ph.D. advisor, Jonathan Aldrich. The patent is titled: Apparatuses and methods for producing runtime architectures of computer program modules, and is assigned to Carnegie Mellon University.
- Full research paper with my Ph.D. student Radu Vanciu to appear at Automated Software Engineering (ASE) 2013. The acceptance rate for full research papers is 17%.
I am teaching:
- In Winter 2014, CSC 7110: Software Engineering Environments and Tools
- In Fall 2014, CSC 3200: Programming Languages and Software Design
Contact InformationDepartment of Computer Science
Wayne State University
5057 Woodward Avenue
14th Floor, Suite 14110
Detroit, MI 48202
Direct Phone: (313) 577-2831
Shared Fax: (313) 577-6868
View of downtown Detroit from the faculty offices on the 14th floor of the Maccabees Building at 5057 Woodward Avenue.