Emanuele Iannone

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Name:Emanuele Iannone

Emanuele Iannone is a Ph.D. student at University of Salerno, Italy. His main research focuses on the analysis of software vulnerabilities, particularly in the broader context of software security testing. His research interests also include the development of novel tools and techniques of Mining Software Repositories and Search-based Software Testing.

Affiliation:University of Salerno
Research interests:Software Engineering, Software Security, Mining Software Repositories, Search-based Software Engineering


MOBILESoft 2023 Committee Member in Program Committee within the Research Track-track
MSR 2023 Committee Member in Program Commitee within the Junior PC-track
SSBSE 2022 Committee Member in RENE / NIER within the RENE / NIER-track
ASE 2022 Committee Member in Program Committee within the NIER Track-track
MSR 2022 Committee Member in Shadow PC Members within the Shadow PC-track
MOBILESoft 2022 Author of Predicting The Energy Consumption Level of Java Classes in Android Apps: An Exploratory Analysis within the NIER (Novel Ideas and Emerging Results)-track
ICPC 2021 Publicity Co-Chair in Organizing Committee
Author of Toward Automated Exploit Generation for Known Vulnerabilities in Open-Source Libraries within the Early Research Achievement (ERA)-track
ICPC 2020 Author of Refactoring Android-specific Energy Smells: A Plugin for Android Studio within the Tool Demonstration-track