I am a Research Fellow in the Faculty of Information Technology, Monash University, Australia. I completed my Ph.D. in Computer Science with a major in Software Engineering in 2018 at The University of Adelaide, Australia. I am passionate about research on Software Engineering. My research goal is to develop a deep understanding of how software-intensive systems are developed, designed, and evaluated in the industry. Based on this deep understanding, I then develop and evaluate theories, techniques, processes, and tools to increase software organizations' ability to develop and deploy high-quality software-intensive systems. My research interests reside in Empirical Software Engineering, Human and Social Aspects of Software Engineering, Software Architecture, DevOps, Secure Software Engineering, and Qualitative Research. I am currently working with OVIS Lab and HumaniSE Lab to understand how to embed human values (e.g., equality, diversity) in software. I also develop techniques to help build the next generation of software that better meets the needs of diverse and unique people (e.g., aging people).
Competencies: Empirical Software Engineering, Human and Social Aspects of Software Engineering, Software Architecture, DevOps, Secure Software Engineering, and Qualitative Research.