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ICSE 2023
Sun 14 - Sat 20 May 2023 Melbourne, Australia
Smita Ghaisas

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Name:Smita Ghaisas

Smita Ghaisas is a Chief Scientist and Distunguished Engineer at TCS Research, Tata Consultancy Services Ltd (TCSL). She leads Data Driven Requirements Engineering (RE) Research. She additionally leads the technical task force for an enterprise-wide initiative in AI powered governance of contractual obligations at TCS. For this initiative, she has defined a technical strategic solution and roadmap and deployed it in coordination with the CIO’s office, Delivery Excellence Group, and Corporate Legal at TCS.

She has published her research in international journals and conferences of high repute and serves on program committees of some of the flagship conferences in Software Engineering. She was a co-chair for the Industry Innovation track of RE 18 Banff, Canada (https://www.re18.org/organization/organizingCommittee.html), keynote speaker for SST@ICSE19 Montreal Canada (https://sst2019.chalmers.se/program/keynote/), and editor for IEEE Software Special Issue on Software Engineering in Society (https://www.computer.org/csdl/magazine/so/2020/03/09068302/1j30YOQomCQ) . She serves on the editorial board for the prestigious IEEE Emprical Software Engineering (EMSE) journal. ( Springer https://lnkd.in/gvfreCr)

Her current interests include creating scalable AI solutions that solve non-trivial practical problems in large enterprises.

Affiliation:TCS Research
Research interests:Smita’s current research interests include disambiguation of complex and critical texts such as regulations and contracts by employing deep learning techniques coupled with learning theory-based experiments in crowd sourcing of interpretation tasks.


ICSE 2023 Committee Member in Software Engineering in Society within the SEIS - Software Engineering in Society-track
Committee Member in Software Engineering in Practice within the SEIP - Software Engineering in Practice-track
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