Our research is concerned with understanding the challenges that software developers face in performing their tasks, and to design tools that reduce errors and improve productivity. We take a human-centric approach, empirically studying developers to inspire and evaluate tools. Our lab is interested in a variety of different programming populations, including experienced professionals, new computer science graduates, and end-user programmers.
You can find us Dunn Hall room 215. Feel free to explore our projects page and reach out to project leaders to get involved.