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  • Aharon Abadi
    Aharon Abadi has been a research staff member at IBM Research – Haifa since 2007. He works on a wide range of topics, including static program analysis, refactoring, program transformations, automatic code fix, semantic search, and software verification. His work has been included in IBM products and was awarded the IBM Research Division award (RDA) and the IBM Outstanding Innovation Award (OIA). He is the main author of more than 15 patents and is completing his PhD in the Blavatnik School of Computer Science at Tel-Aviv University on the topics of program analysis, refactoring, and program transformations. Aharon's publications relate to computer science and software engineering. His recent work on fine slicing and computation-extraction received the European Association of Software Science and Technology (EASST) Award as Best Software Science paper presented at the European Joint Conferences on Theory and Practice of Software ETAPS 2012. Aharon current group is Mobile Research group at IBM, where he focuses on research in mobile software engineering, mobile development tools, and static analysis for mobile applications. He is the main organizer and the PC chair of the DeMobile 2013/2014 workshops at FSE and MobileDeLi 2013/2014 workshops at SPLASH. He established a new ACM sponsored mobile conference MOBILESoft 2014/2014. The new conference is co-located with ICSE 2014/2015. Aharon is the leader of the steering committee and he is the program chair of MOBILESoft 2014 and general chair of MOBILESoft 2015.
  • Lori Flynn
    Lori Flynn is a researcher in the Secure Coding Initiative at CERT, within the Software Engineering Institute of Carnegie Mellon University. Her work includes research and development of new static analyses and secure coding rules. With a team, Flynn developed and continues to enhance DidFail, the first static taint flow analyzer for Android app sets. She also researches static analysis methods for detecting Java malware. In past work, she co-invented a patented static analysis method to create signatures for polymorphic viruses.
  • Jeff Gray
    Jeff Gray is a Professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Alabama where he co-directs the Software Engineering Research Lab. His research interests are in the areas of model-driven engineering, domain-specific languages, mobile computing, and computer science education. He teaches summer camps to high school students using App Inventor and offers a mobile software design capstone project course. His recent focus has been on mobile computing projects that serve the needs for promoting citizen science. Jeff is a recipient of the NSF CAREER award and is also an ACM Distinguished Member. More information about Jeff and his students' work can be found at http://gray.cs.ua.edu

Program Committee

  • Stephan Krusche, Technische Universität München
  • William G.J., Halfond University of Southern California
  • Anthony Wasserman, Carnegie Mellon Silicon Valley
  • Weibin Sun, School of Computing, University of Utah
  • Iulian Neamtiu, University of California, Riverside
  • Young-Woo Kwon, Utah State UniversiLty
  • Violetta Vylegzhanina, Vanderbilt University
  • Shuying Liang, School of Computing, University of Utah
  • Shmuel Tyszberowicz, The Academic College of Tel-Aviv Yaffo
  • Grace Lewis, Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute
  • Rajasekar Karthik, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  • Shingo Takada, Keio University
  • Eric Larson, Seattle University
  • Luigi Pomante, University of L'Aquila
  • Elizabeth Williams, University of Alabama USA
  • Bram Adams, MCIS, École Polytechnique de Montréal
  • Mark Sherman, CMU USA

Steering Committee Coordinator

Aharon Abadi, IBM Research - Haifa, Israel

publicity chair

Elizabeth Williams, University of Alabama USA