I am a PhD student in the FORCOLAB and advised by Prof. Shurui Zhou at University of Toronto. I am particularly interested in the intersection of Machine learing and software engineering. My research focuses on using machine learning techniques to improve software development more efficient and effective, with a particular emphasis on open source communities and platforms. Please find my publications here.
I received my Master’s degree from University of Victoria, under the supervision of Prof. Neil Ernst.
My Master’s thesis titled ‘AI Supported Software Development: Moving beyond Code Completion’ can be found here.
|Oct 5, 2023
|Our paper "Aligning Documentation and Q&A Forum through Constrained Decoding with Weak Supervision" has been accepted to ICSME 2023!
|Sep 1, 2022
|I joined FORCOLAB at University of Toronto as a PhD student under the supervision of Prof. Shurui Zhou.
|Aug 27, 2022
|Graduated from University of Victoria with a Msc in Computer Science.
|Oct 20, 2023
|Aligning Documentation and Q&A Forum through Constrained Decoding with Weak Supervision
|Mar 10, 2023
|Copilot to pilot
- Aligning Documentation and Q&A Forum through Constrained Decoding with Weak SupervisionIn 2023 IEEE International Conference on Software Maintenance and Evolution (ICSME), Oct 2023
- From Copilot to Pilot: Towards AI Supported Software DevelopmentOct 2023