Roberto Verdecchia

Registered user since Thu 21 Dec 2017

Name:Roberto Verdecchia
Bio:

Research Associate at the Software and Sustainability Group at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (VU). Fascinated by empirical software engineering, especially when applied in the fields of software architecture, technical debt, software testing, and software energy efficiency.

Country:Netherlands
Affiliation:Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Research interests:Software Architecture, Technical Debt, Software Testing, Software Energy Efficiency

Contributions

MSR 2022 Netherlands in Mining Challenge Committee within the Mining Challenge-track
BoKSS 2021 Virtualization Chair in Organizing Committee within the BoKSS 2021-track
ECSA 2021 Author of ATDx: A tool for Providing a Data-driven Overview of Architectural Technical Debt in Software-intensive Systems within the Tool&Demos-track
Author of Building and Evaluating a Theory of Architectural Technical Debt in Software-intensive Systems within the Journal First-track
TechDebt 2021 PC Member in Programme Committee within the Technical Papers-track
Author of Characterizing Technical Debt and Antipatterns in AI-Based Systems: A Systematic Literature Review within the Technical Papers-track
ECSA 2020 Author of Architectural Technical Debt: A Grounded Theory within the Research Papers-track
MSR 2020 Author of JTeC: A Large Collection of Java Test Classes for Test Code Analysis and Processing within the Data Showcase-track
ICSE 2021 Committee Member in Program Committee within the JSEET - Joint Track on Software Engineering Education and Training-track
ICSE 2019 Author of Scalable Approaches for Test Suite Reduction within the Technical Track-track
TechDebt 2018 Author of Architectural Technical Debt Identification: The Research Landscape within the TechDebt 2018-track
MobileSoft 2018 Author of Identifying Architectural Technical Debt in Android Applications through Compliance Checking within the MobileSoft 2018-track
* ICSE 2018 * Author of FAST Approaches to Scalable Similarity-based Test Case Prioritization within the Technical Papers -track