Matheus Paixao

Registered user since Mon 20 Jan 2020

Name:Matheus Paixao

I am currently an Assistant Professor at the University of Fortaleza (Unifor), located in the city of Fortaleza, Brazil. At Unifor, I am part of the Department of Development, Research and Inovation, where I work on R&D projects in the fields of software engineering, artificial intelligence and machine learning. I received my PhD degree from the University College London, where I was supervised by Prof. Mark Harman and Dr. Jens Krinke. My research interests tend to revolve around software and repositories analysis. I find software engineering data fascinating due to its complexity, lack of structure and mix of technical and social aspects. My recent publications involve microservices, software architecture, software refactoring, modern code review, and mining software repositores. Search based software engineering has been my introduction to academia and it is a topic I cannot keep myself away from.

Affiliation:University of Fortaleza
Research interests: Code Review, Software Architecture, Mining Software Repositories, Search Based Software Engineering


MSR 2022 Author of Recommending Code Improvements Based on Stack Overflow Answer Edits within the Registered Reports-track
SSBSE 2021 Committee Member in RENE within the RENE - Replications and Negative Results-track
ICPC 2021 Committee Member in Program Committee within the Research-track
MSR 2021 Committee Member in Program Committee within the Technical Papers-track
ICSE 2022 Committee Member in Program Committee within the SEIP - Software Engineering in Practice-track
ICPC 2020 Committee Member in Program Committee within the Research-track
MSR 2020 Author of Behind the Intents: An In-depth Empirical Study on Software Refactoring in Modern Code Review within the Technical Papers-track
MSR 2019 Author of We Need to Talk about Microservices: an Analysis from the Discussions on StackOverflow within the MSR 2019 Mining Challenge-track
ICPC 2019 Committee Member in Program Committee within the ICPC 2019 Technical Research-track
MSR 2018 Author of CROP: Linking Code Reviews to Source Code Changes within the Data Showcase-track
Author of Who's this? Developer identification using IDE event data within the Mining Challenge-track