My name is Yingying Wang, I am a master student studying computer engineering under the supervision of Prof. Julia Rubin at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada.
My research is in the software engineering area in the general sense. I am specifically interested in Android static program analysis, configuration management and version control, and microservices. Currently, I am actively working on two projects, one on merge conflicts in version control system, one on best practices in microservices. I also co-authored the paper “Analyzing the Analyzers: FlowDroid/IccTA, AmanDroid, and DroidSafe” with Lina Qiu, and Prof. Julia Rubin, which is accepted by ISSTA research technical paper track.
I feel honored to be a member of the student volunteer group and get the chance to serve the conference community. I look forward to meet amazing people from the software engineering community, interesting research topics that they are working on, and also insightful findings presented in the conference. I am also excited to meet other student volunteers, to learn what experiences we have in common and what are the differences to study/do research in different universities/places all over the world. Last but not the least, this is my first visit to Amsterdam, and actually also my first visit to Europe! I am more than excited to be there, seeing the scenery, getting to know the culture, and having a taste on yummy Amsterdam local food! It must be a lot of fun, can’t wait to meet you all in Amsterdam!