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David Lo, B.Eng (NTU), PhD (NUS)
Professor and Director
Information Systems and Technology Cluster
School of Computing and Information Systems
Singapore Management University
80 Stamford Road, Singapore 178902
Email: davidlo[at]smu.edu.sg

News and Openings

I am looking for motivated graduate students [PhD program], visiting students, engineers, and postdocs to work on several funded research projects in the area of software engineering, AI & cybersecurity.

Short Bio

David Lo is an ACM Distinguished Member (Scientist) and Professor of Computer Science at Singapore Management University, leading the Software Analytics Research (SOAR) group. He is also the inaugural Director of the Research lab in Intelligent Software Engineering (RISE). His research interest is in the intersection of software engineering, cybersecurity and data science, encompassing socio-technical aspects and analysis of different kinds of software artefacts, with the goal of improving software quality and security and developer productivity. His work has been published in major and premier conferences and journals in the area of software engineering, AI, and cybersecurity attracting substantial interest from the community. He has won more than 15 international research and service awards including 6 ACM SIGSOFT Distinguished Paper Awards and the 2021 IEEE TCSE Distinguished Service Award. His work has been supported by NRF, MOE, NCR, AI Singapore, and several international research projects. He has served in more than 30 organizing committees and numerous program committees of research conferences including serving as general or program co-chairs of MSR 2022, ASE 2020, MOBILESoft 2020, ISEC 2020, SANER 2019, QRS 2019, ICSME 2018, ICPC 2017, ASE 2016, and SCAM 2015. He is also serving in the editorial board of IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, Empirical Software Engineering, IEEE Transactions on Reliability, Automated Software Engineering, Journal of Software: Evolution and Process, Information and Software Technology, Journal of Software Engineering Research and Development, Information Systems, and Neurocomputing (Software Section). His former PhD students, trainees and postdocs have secured faculty positions (e.g., Zhejiang University, China; Monash University, Australia; University of Melbourne, Australia; Queen's University, Canada; Mississippi State University, USA; ITTelkom Surabaya, Indonesia) and employment at high-tech industries (e.g., Microsoft, Canada; Schroder Investment Management, Luxembourg; Hudson River Trading, Singapore; Veracode, Singapore) around the globe.

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