A postgraduate research opportunity at the University of Otago.
- Academic background
- Business, Sciences
- Host campus
- Information Science
- Associate Professor Sherlock Anthony Licorish, Dr Amjed Tahir, Professor Stephen MacDonell
Software developers are increasingly dependent on question and answer portals and blogs for coding solutions. While such interfaces provide useful information, there are concerns that code snippets hosted here are often of poor quality, which may result in software failures. We hope to develop an appropriate code quality model and build an exhaustive repository of popular code snippets from online portals and blogs, to help predict the quality of these snippets for software developers.
If this sounds exciting and you are a Java programmer with functional knowledge of Python, you may be interested in “Proofing code reuse: Detecting errors in publicly available software”, a 2020 Seed project in the Science for Technological Innovation National Science Challenge.
This is a fully funded 3 year PhD research position, at University of Otago (Dunedin, New Zealand).
ContactSherlock Anthony Licorish
Tel +64 27 356 6714