I am a Principal Researcher at Microsoft Research where I work in the Empirical Software Engineering Research Group (ESE) in RiSE. I also hold an adjunct faculty appointment at IIIT New Delhi.
My research interests are in the field of Data Analytics for Software Engineering focusing on Software Reliability, Software Metrics, Software Testing and Empirical Software Processes. More broadly I work on software analytics for improving software engineering practices. I am particularly interested in the application of software measurement theory with statistical methods for building parametric models for identifying and understanding relationships between software measures and quality.
My recent interdisciplinary research projects span the spectrum of software analytics ranging from intelligent software design for games; identifying data center reliability to software engineering optimization for energy in mobile devices. My research results have been deployed to several product divisions within Microsoft and have commercially shipped to Microsoft customers as features.
An Article in the American Scientist that talks about some of our work!
National Academy of Science, Committee: Theory and Application of Reliability Growth Modeling to Defense Systems (link).
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