People

The Software Quality Research Lab currently has 12 members – 2 faculty members, 4 MSc students and 6 undergraduate students. If you are interested in joining the SQR Lab you can find details on current opportunities here.

[Current Members] [Collaborators] [Alumni] [Opportunities for New Students]

Faculty

Jeremy Bradbury Dr. Jeremy S. Bradbury
Associate Professor
PhD, Queen’s University, 2007.
office: UA4016
email: jeremy.bradbury@ontariotechu.ca
research interests: testing and analysis, bug detection and repair, multi-core software, open source software, human-centered SE, automated SE.
@jeremy_bradbury www.linkedin.com/jbradbury/ github.com/bradbury/

Michael MiljanovicDr. Michael Miljanovic
University of Toronto (Mississauga)
PhD, Ontario Tech University, 2020.
email: michael.miljanovic@ontariotechu.ca
research interests: computer science education, game-based learning, serious games, debugging.
@MAMiljanovic linkedin.com/michael-miljanovic-a906b211/ github.com/MichaelMiljanovic

Graduate Students

Jude ArokiamJude Arokiam
MSc Student, Computer Science (2019-Present)
supervisor: Jeremy Bradbury, Ken Pu
office: UA4260
email:
jude.arokiam@ontariotechu.ca
thesis: Topics in Machine Learning and Software Engineering
https://www.linkedin.com/in/jude-arokiam/ https://github.com/jude-arokiam-uoit/

Nadia GoralskiNadia Goralski
MSc Student, Computer Science (2020-Present)
supervisor: Jeremy Bradbury
office: UA4260
email: nadia.goralski@ontariotechu.ca
thesis: Using Parsons Problems to Enhance Learning of Web Programming
@nadiagoralski www.linkedin.com/in/nadiagoralski/ github.com/nadiagoralski

Stacey KoornneefStacey Koornneef
MSc Student, Computer Science (2021-Present)
supervisor: Jeremy Bradbury, Michael Miljanovic
office: UA4260
email: stacey.koornneef@ontariotechu.net
thesis: Topics in K-12 Computer Science Education and Serious Games
@StaceyKoornneef www.linkedin.com/in/stacey-koornneef/ github.com/Stacey-Koornneef

Taylor SmithTaylor Smith
MSc Student, Computer Science (2018-Present)
supervisor: Jeremy Bradbury
office: UA4260
email: taylor.smith@ontariotechu.ca
thesis: Topics in Program Comprehension
github.com/Taylor-J-Smith

Undergraduate Students

No photo availableJulian Finley
Honours Thesis Student (2021-Present)
supervisor: Jeremy Bradbury, Randy Fortier
office: UA4260
email: julian.finley@ontariotechu.net
project: Serious Programming Games
https://www.linkedin.com/in/julian-finley-0767b8128


Jeremy FriesenJeremy Friesen
Honours Thesis Student (2021-Present)
supervisor: Jeremy Bradbury
office: UA4260
email: jeremy.friesen@ontariotechu.net
project: Automatically Parallelizing Source Code Using OpenMP
www.linkedin.com/in/jeremyfriesen github.com/jeremy-friesen

Kashif HussainKashif Hussain
Honours Thesis Student (2021-Present)
supervisor: Jeremy Bradbury
office: UA4260
email: kashif.hussain1@ontariotechu.net
project: A Study on the Lifecycle of Design Patterns in Open Source Projects
@KashifIV www.linkedin.com/in/kashif-hussain-iv/ github.com/KashifIV

Michael LooMichael Loo
Undergrad Research Student (Summer 2021)
supervisor: Jeremy Bradbury
office: UA4260
email: michael.loo@ontariotechu.net
project: Using Machine Learning to Detect Cybersecurity Anomalies in Connected Autonomous Vehicles (CAVs)
https://www.linkedin.com/in/michael-loo-2000

Mario VelazquezMario Velazquez
Honours Thesis Student (2021-Present)
supervisor: Jeremy Bradbury, Michael Miljanovic
office: UA4260
email: mario.velazquez1@ontariotechu.net
project: Scaffolding Student Learning of Database Programming
www.linkedin.com/in/mario-velazquez-jr/ github.com/Mvtj22

Kara WoodworthKara Woodworth
Honours Thesis Student (2021-Present)
supervisor: Jeremy Bradbury, Mariana Shimabukuro
office: UA4260
project: Knowledge Graphs

Academic Collaborators

Industry Collaborators

Alumni

A list of alumni can be found here.

Opportunities for New Students

Dr. Jeremy S. Bradbury is currently looking to supervise high-quality students under any of the following Ontario Tech University graduate programs:

Interested students are encouraged to consult the degree requirements for the programs and contact Dr. Bradbury for more information. We encourage applications from all interested students including women, racialized people, Indigenous peoples, LGBTQ2S+ people, and persons with disabilities.