People

People

The Software Engineering & Education Research Lab currently has 13 members – 2 faculty, 5 MSc students and 6 undergraduate students. If you are interested in joining the SEER Lab you can find details on current opportunities here.

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

Faculty

Jeremy Bradbury

Dr. Jeremy Bradbury
SEER Lab Director & Software Engineering Lead
PhD, Queen’s University, 2007.
research interests: testing and analysis, bug detection and repair, multi-core software, open source software, human-centered SE, automated SE.

Michael Miljanovic

Dr. Michael Miljanovic*
SEER Lab Software Education Lead
PhD, Ontario Tech University, 2020.
research interests: computer science education, game-based learning, serious games, debugging.
*University of Toronto (Mississauga)

Graduate Students

Jude Arokiam

Jude Arokiam
MSc Student, Computer Science (2019-Present)
supervisors: Jeremy Bradbury, Ken Pu
thesis: Topics in Machine Learning and Software Engineering

Nadia Goralski

Nadia Goralski
MSc Student, Computer Science (2020-Present)
supervisor: Jeremy Bradbury
thesis: Using Parsons Problems to Enhance Learning of Web Programming

Stacey Koornneef

Stacey Koornneef
MSc Student, Computer Science (2021-Present)
supervisors: Jeremy Bradbury, Michael Miljanovic
thesis: Topics in K-12 Computer Science Education and Serious Games

Filipe de Luna

Filipe de Luna*
MSc Student, Computer Science (2021-Present)
supervisors: Joao Lourenco, Jeremy Bradbury
thesis: Noise-based Testing of Concurrent Java Programs
*Universidade Nova de Lisboa

Taylor Smith

Taylor Smith
MSc Student, Computer Science (2018-Present)
supervisor: Jeremy Bradbury
thesis: Topics in Program Comprehension

Undergraduate Students

Julian Finley

Julian Finley
Honours Thesis Student (2021-Present)
supervisors: Jeremy Bradbury, Randy Fortier
project: Serious Programming Games

Jeremy Friesen

Jeremy Friesen
Honours Thesis Student (2021-Present)
supervisor: Jeremy Bradbury
project: Automatically Parallelizing Source Code Using OpenMP

Kashif Hussain

Kashif Hussain
Honours Thesis Student (2021-Present)
supervisor: Jeremy Bradbury
project: A Study on the Lifecycle of Design Patterns in Open Source Projects

Michael Loo

Michael Loo
Undergrad Research Student (Summer 2021)
supervisor: Jeremy Bradbury
project: Using Machine Learning to Detect Cybersecurity Anomalies in Connected Autonomous Vehicles (CAVs)

Mario Velazquez
Honours Thesis Student (2021-Present)
supervisors: Jeremy Bradbury, Michael Miljanovic
project: Scaffolding Student Learning of Database Programming

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

Academic Collaborators

Industry Collaborators

  • IBM Haifa Research Lab | Haifa, Israel – Eitan Farchi
  • QA Consultants | Toronto, ON, Canada