About me

Contact Information
SIS Research Centre
School of Information Systems
Singapore Management University
80 Stamford, S178902

Welcome to my homepage! 

My name is Duy(pronounced like Dewey). Currently, I am a postdoctoral researcher at School of Information Systems, Singapore Management University. 
My research focuses on software engineering topics, particularly bug localization and specification mining. I am also interested in leveraging data mining and machine learning methods to improve developers' productivity. 

This webpage provides information and updates of my recent research achievements.

News & Updates

- Paper accepted in ASE 2015 as full paper, titled "Synergizing Specification Miners through Model Fissions and Fusions" [slides]
- Paper accepted in ICSME 2015 as short paper, titled "Constrained Feature Selection for Localizing Faults"
- I will be visiting Carnegie Mellon University from August 2015 to May 2016, and will be advised by Assistant Professor Claire Le Goues.
- Paper accepted in ESEC/FSE 2015 as full paper, titled "Information Retrieval and Spectrum Based Bug Localization: Better Together"