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by Martin Monperrus
Picture of Martin Monperrus I am an associate professor at the University of Lille (France) and a member of the SPIRALS research group.

My research interests lie in the area of software engineering. My current research is on recommendation systems for software engineering. A recommendation system for software engineering is a recommendation system designed and tailored for software development tasks and data. For instance, we have invented a recommendation system for finding bugs (TOSEM), for code completion (FSE), or for synthesizing documentation (ICSE). Those systems blend different kinds of program analysis, data mining and machine learning techniques.

I currently focus on recommendation systems for repairing bugs (EMSE'2013). Such systems suggest changes to either the program code or the program state for tolerating, if not fixing bugs. This is known as automatic software repair.

News: we have an ICSE'14, an ICSE'14 NIER track paper and an ICSE'14 CSTVA workshop paper on automatic software repair!