Ministry of Education (MoE) Tier 3 program on Automated Program Repair (2022-27) in progress.
Abhik Roychoudhury is Provost's Chair Professor of Computer Science at the National University of Singapore (NUS),
where he leads a research team on
Trustworthy and Secure Software (TSS). A recurrent focus of the group is software testing and analysis
methods to enable autonomous security.
His research group is known for contributions to automated program repair and fuzz testing, which have been
honored with various awards including an ICSE Most Influential Paper Award (10 year Test-of-time award) for program repair. Past doctoral students from
the research team have been placed in various institutions as academics including UCL, Max Planck Inst., UniMelb and Concordia U. He has served the
software engineering research community in various capacities including as chair of the major conferences of the field, ICSE and FSE. Currently, he serves as
the chair of the steering committee of FSE. Abhik received his PhD from State University of New York at Stony Brook in 2000.
Software testing and analysis, Software security, Trustworthy systems.
Most Influential Paper Award talk at International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE) 2023 for ICSE 2013 paper, see VIDEO.
[VIDEO] (Part of) a talk given for PhD students at
National University of Singapore PhD open Day.
Similar talk was given at Doctoral Sympoium of various conferences.
Distinguished Lecture at Max-Planck Institute for Software Systems,
Similar talks were given at other venues.
Overview talk on Fuzz Testing at Dagstuhl Seminar, November 2021.
Similar talk was given at an Education Class in Embedded Systems Week 2022 , see VIDEO
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