FSE 2016 and Microsoft Research


We are excited to have been part of the 24th ACM SIGSOFT International Symposium on the Foundations of Software Engineering (FSE) in Seattle, WA, USA, November 13-18, 2016 at the Motif Hotel Seattle.

Microsoft was a Platinum sponsor as well as a sponsor of the ACM Student Research Competition. If you attended FSE 2016 we hope you were able to chat with our researchers about the projects and opportunities at Microsoft. You can learn more about our research presented at FSE 2016 via the Workshops and Accepted papers.

Committee Chairs

Program Committee members

Microsoft Research attendees


Accepted papers

  • “API Code Recommendation using Statistical Learning from Fine-Grained Changes” by Anh Tuan Nguyen; Michael Hilton; Mihai Codoban, Microsoft; Hoan Anh Nguyen; Lily Mast; Eli Rademacher; Tien N. Nguyen, Microsoft; Danny Dig
  • “Deep API Learning” by Xiaodong Gu; Hongyu Zhang; Dongmei Zhang, Microsoft Research; Sunghun Kim
  • “Multi-representational Security Analysis” by Eunsuk Kang; Aleksandar Milicevic, Microsoft; Daniel Jackson
  • “Build System with Lazy Retrieval for Java Projects” by Ahmet Celik; Alex Knaust; Aleksandar Milicevic, Microsoft; Milos Gligoric
  • “Semi-supervised Verified Feedback Generation” by Shalini Kaleeswaran; Anirudh Santhiar; Aditya Kanade; Sumit Gulwani, Microsoft


  • “Time-Travel Debugging for JavaScript/Node.js” by Earl T. Barr; Mark Marron, Microsoft Research; Ed Maurer, Dan Moseley, and Gaurav Seth, Microsoft


  • “Bing Developer Assistant: Improving Developer Productivity by Recommending Sample Code” by Hongyu Zhang; Anuj Jain, Gaurav Khandelwal, and Chandrashekhar Kaushik, Microsoft Research; Scott Ge, Microsoft; Wenxiang Hu