Damian Andrew Tamburri

Registered user since Tue 22 May 2018

Name: Damian Andrew Tamburri

Bio: Damian is an Associate Professor at the Jheronimus Academy of Data Science and Technical University of Eindhoven. Damian completed his Ph.D. at VU University Amsterdam, The Netherlands in March 2014 one year in advance. Though still in his very early career, he has published over 100+ papers in either Journals such as the Transactions on Software Engineering (TSE) Journal, The ACM Computing Surveys (CSUR) Journal, the IEEE Software Magazine or top software engineering conferences (such as ICSE or FSE) and top software architecture conferences (such as ECSA or WICSA). In addition, as part of his quick career, he is now IEEE Software editorial board member, Voting and high-standing member of the TOSCA TC as well as secretary of the IFIP TC2, TC6, and TC8 WG on “Service-Oriented Computing”. His current research interests lie mainly in advanced software architecture styles (e.g., SOA, Big-Data, etc.), advanced software architecting methods (e.g., MDA, continuous architecting and DevOps), and social software engineering (Socio-technical congruence, Measuring Social Debt, etc.). Contact him at d.a.tamburri@tue.nl or dtamburri@acm.org.

Country: Netherlands

Affiliation: TU/e

Personal website: http://www.jads.nl

Twitter: https://twitter.com/maelstromdat

GitHub: https://github.com/maelstromdat

Research interests: Advanced Software Architectures, Machine-Learning, Big Data, Empirical Software Engineering, Social Aspects


TechDebt 2021 PC Member in Programme Committee within the Technical Papers-track
ICPC 2021 Committee Member in Program Committee within the Research-track
ICSE 2021 Committee Member in Program Committee within the NIER - New Ideas and Emerging Results-track
Author of Understanding Community Smells Variability: A Statistical Approach within the SEIS - Software Engineering in Society-track
ICSE 2020 Author of Refactoring Community Smells in the Wild: The Practitioner’s Field Manual within the Software Engineering in Society-track
ICSE 2019 Author of Gender Diversity and Women in Software Teams: How Do They Affect Community Smells? within the Software Engineering in Society-track
Author of Discovering Community Patterns in Open-Source: A Systematic Approach and Its Evaluation within the Journal-First Papers-track
Session Chair of Software as a Social Construct (part of Software Engineering in Society)
Committee Member in Program Committee within the Software Engineering in Society-track
Author of Beyond Technical Aspects: How Do Community Smells Influence the Intensity of Code Smells? within the Journal-First Papers-track
SEAMS 2018 Author of Defining, Enforcing and Checking Privacy Policies In Data-Intensive Applications within the SEAMS 2018-track
* ICSE 2018 * Author of Poster T2: Conway: Law or Not? within the Posters -track
Author of Poster T7: How Do Community Smells Influence Code Smells? within the Posters -track