SERU: Software Engineering Research Unit
Faculty of Information and Communication Technology, Mahidol University, Thailand
The mission of our SERU is to improve the quality of software development process and the software products by studying the evolution of software, reverse engineering existing software projects, and trying to understand the developers and the related software artefacts. We are experimenting with several new techniques such as deep learning, code search, and visualisations.
- The work from 4 student interns (Noppadol, Tattiya, and Thanadon at NAIST, and Vara at University of Bremen) are accepted for publication at IWESEP '19.
- Dr. Chaiyong presented his work "Toxic code snippets on Stack Overflow" at ESEC/FSE 2019 in Tallinn, Estonia
- Dr. Chaiyong and Dr. Morakot visited the SE lab at NAIST to be external examiners for two SE master’s students and also to discuss further collaborations.
- The SERU team has completed the ISO/IEC 29110 and ISO/IEC 15504 (33000) Expert for Consult, Auditor and Lecture Training Course.
- Congratulations to our 3 to-be internship students, Thanadon Bunkerd; Noppadol Assavakamhaenghan; and Tattiya Sakulniwat, who are going to work in the SE lab at NAIST. They received the Scholarship for Undergraduate Student Mobility Program from Mahidol University (30,000 THB) to support their stay in Japan this summer.
- Dr. Chaiyong Ragkhitwetsagul, Dr. Morakot Choetkiertikul and Asst. Prof. Dr. Thanwadee Sunetnanta have been awarded the Newton Fund (Industry Academia Partnership Programme - 18/19 from the Royal Academy of Engineering, UK) on the project "Automated Software Engineering for Thailand's Software Industry."
- Dr. Morakot Choetkiertikul and Dr. Chaiyong Ragkhitwetsagul successfully secured the UIC grant in collaboration with the University of Wollongong (UOW) on research and teaching collaborations for Industry 4.0.
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In our research group, we are interested in the topics involving software engineering.
Specifically, our expertises lie in the area of software process improvement,
predictive models for software engineering tasks, and static/dynamic software analysis.
The research topics include, but not limited to, the followings:
- Software process quality and risk monitoring, e.g., ISO29110, agile, CMMI
- Prediction of risks/delays/components in software projects
- Code clone detection, code search, and code review
- Mining software repositories
[Pacawat Kangwanwisit | Thitinun Chotigavanich | Jitkanya Tiawsawat], [Sahawat Sintoplertchaikul | Napat Srisermphoak | Supatsara Wattanakriengkrai]
[Thanadon Bunkerd | Niramol Mongkonlikitkajohn | Benjaporn Inmoonnoy],
[Thanachanok Siripittakul | Peerachai Banyongrakkul | Thayut Indramaha],
[Purit Phan-udom | Naruedon Wattakul | Tattiya Sakulniwat], [Vara Arammongkolvichai | Weekit Ausavaserenont | Wannaporn Vichaisri]
- Automated Software Engineering for Thailand's Software Industry
- Predicting issue’s resolving time using networked classification
- Code clone search as a Service (SiameseX)
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- 14-Mar-2019: Newton Fund (Industry Academia Partnership Programme - 18/19 from the Royal Academy of Engineering, UK) for Automated Software Engineering for Thailand's Software Industry
- 9-Feb-2019: UIC grant (lead by University of Wollongong) for research and teaching collaborations for Industry 4.0
- 25-Jul-2018: $20,000 Amazon AWS Cloud Credits for Research for the Code Clone Search as a Service project.
Faculty of Information and Communication Technology, Mahidol University
999 Phuttamonthon 4 Road, Salaya , Nakhon Pathom, 73170 THAILAND
Tel: (02) 441-0909, Fax: (02) 441-0808