Abhik Roychoudhury

Provost's Chair Professor
Department of Computer Science
National University of Singapore

Secure-SW group

abhik at comp.nus.edu.sg (Preferred)
dcsar at nus.edu.sg, abhik at u.nus.edu

Admin contact:
Neo Chee Yong
neocy at nus.edu.sg







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Abhik Roychoudhury is a Provost's Chair Professor of Computer Science at the National University of Singapore, where he has been since 2001 after receiving his Ph.D. in Computer Science from the State University of New York at Stony Brook in 2000. He is the Director of the National Satellite of Excellence in Trustworthy Software Systems at Singapore (2019-23). He has also helped set up the Singapore Cyber-security Consortium , which is a consortium of 25 companies in the cyber-security space engaging with academia for research and collaboration. Abhik's research focuses on software testing and analysis, software security and trust-worthy software construction. His research team is known for contributions to automated program repair, and fuzz testing. Abhik is a member of the Steering committee of the flagship conferences in Software Engineering, International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE) and Symposium on Foundations of Software Engineering (FSE). He has served as an Associate Editor of IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering (TSE), IEEE Transactions on Dependable and Secure Computing (TDSC) and ACM Transactions on Software Engineering and Methodology (TOSEM). His former doctoral students have been placed all over the world as academics (Peking University, University College London, Max-Planck Institute, University of Melbourne, Beihang University, SUSTech, SUTD).


Research Interests

Software testing and analysis, Software security, Trustworthy systems (overview talk).
At present, my research group is actively engaged in research on the following topics.

Herehere and  here are articles capturing perspectives on program repair. And, here is a recent perspective on fuzzing.

Research Projects



Recent past


      Older Events (2019 and earlier)






      In our lives as educator ...

      Here is one of my favorites, with a nuanced connotation in terms of research ...