SOFTWARE ENGINEERING GLOBAL INTERACTION LAB

I’m now a Lecturer at the University of Auckland, New Zealand. I was a Postdoctoral Fellow at the SEGAL research lab, University of Victoria. I obtained my PhD degree in Computer Science from Drexel University in March 2014.

My primary research interests are the socio-technical and coordination aspects of software development. My PhD dissertation was on methods that can facilitate timely and efficient coordination between software developers.

My Recent News

13Apr

Supporting the Adaptation of Contextual Requirements at Runtime

0 Comments
Today’s complex operating environments require systems to capture and document context together with requirements. Such contextual requirements are used by... Read More →
30Jan

Paper accepted at ICSE 2015!

0 Comments
Our paper “Learning Global Agile Software Engineering Using Same-Site and Cross-Site Teams” has been accepted for JSEET track at ICSE 2015.... Read More →
11Jan

Congratulations!

0 Comments
Our paper “Open Source-Style Collaborative Development Practices in Commercial Projects Using GitHub” has been accepted at ICSE 2015. Congratulations Eirini,... Read More →
16Oct

Secret of creativity?

0 Comments
The source of creativity: Making mistakes! Who would have thought that making mistakes, or taking risks to explore your ideas... Read More →
28Sep

0 Comments
The great city Victoria is hosting the ICSME conference starting Saturday 27th September 2014. Segal members will be attending the... Read More →

See my list of publications here.

See my list of professional activities here.

 

E-mail me 

View my Twitter account 

 

View my ResearchGate profile

View my LinkedIn profile

 

Back to Top