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Dr. Gerosa is a Full Professor at Northern Arizona University (NAU), United States, and a member of the Computer Science Graduate Program at the University of São Paulo (USP), Brazil. He researches tools and strategies to support newcomers onboarding to open source software projects and aspects of chatbot design. He serves on the program committee (PC) of important conferences, such as ICSE, FSE, CSCW, ICSME, SANER, and MSR, and as a reviewer for several journals. He also served as the PC Chair of IEEE ICGSE and CRIWG and as a co-editor of several journals special issues. He published more than 200 papers, and his production has an impact factor of more than 45 (Google Scholar).
Keywords: human aspects of software engineering, CSCW, newcomers to OSS, mining software repositories
- How Far Are We? The Triumphs and Trials of Generative AI in Learning Software Engineering
- How to Support ML End-User Programmers through a Conversational Agent
- Unraveling the Drivers of Sense of Belonging in Software Delivery Teams: Insights from a Large-Scale Survey
- Committee Member in Research Track within the Research Track-track