Nachi Nagappan and Tom Zimmermann's paper from International Conference on Software Testing (ICST) 2010, "Searching for a Needle in a Haystack: Predicting Security Vulnerabilities for Windows Vista”, was awarded the Most Influential Paper (MIP) award. ICST acknowledges two types of MIP: MIP Scientific and MIP Practical. Their paper was chosen for the MIP Practical.
Nachi Nagappan has been selected to receive the 2020 Harlan D. Mills Award for his “outstanding contributions to empirical software engineering and data-driven software development.” The Harlan D. Mills Award recognizes researchers and practitioners who have demonstrated long-standing, sustained, and impactful contributions to software engineering practice and research through the development and application of sound theory.
Awards | International Symposium on Software Reliability Engineering
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the International Symposium on Software Reliability Engineering, the ISSRE committee promoted an initiative to identify the most influential papers, called “Highlights from 30 years of ISSRE”. Putting It All Together: Using Socio-technical Networks to Predict Failures, which was published by Christian Bird, Brendan Murphy, and Nachi Nagappan in 2009, was recognized based on its great influence and impact in the ISSRE community, along with 25 others. Read more >