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P.O. Box 8795
Williamsburg, VA, 23187

Kevin P. Moran is currently a Graduate student in the Computer Science Department at the College of William and Mary currently pursuing a joint M.S. Ph.D degree and exploring areas of possible research.  




Kevin Moran is a Post-Doctoral Fellow in the Department of Computer Science at the  College of William & Mary.  He graduated with his B.A. in Physics and Computer Science from the College of the Holy Cross in 2013, his M.S. in Computer Science from the College of William & Mary in 2015, and his P.hD. in Computer Science from the College of William & Mary in 2018 advised by Dr. Denys Poshyvanyk.  Kevin is currently a senior member of the SEMERU research group. His main research interests include software engineering, maintenance, and evolution with a focus on mobile platforms. Additionally, he explores applications of data mining and machine learning to software engineering problems. 

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Office: McGlothlin Street Hall 136, Williamsburg, VA, 23185

Email: kpmoran [at] cs [dot] wm [dot] edu

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Latest News:

-December 2018: Technical Paper entitled “A Study of Data Store-Based Home Automation” accepted to CODASPY’19!

-July 2018: Technical Paper entitled "Detecting and Summarizing GUI Changes in Evolving Mobile Apps" accepted to ASE'18!

-June 2018: Technical Paper entitled "Assessing Test Case Prioritization on Real Faults & Mutants" accepted to ICSME'18!

-May 2018: Journal First paper entitled "Machine Learning-Based Prototyping of Graphical User Interfaces for Mobile Apps" has been accepted to TSE'18!

-May 2018: I have successfully defended my Ph.D. dissertation and will be joining William & Mary as a Post-Doctoral Researcher in August 2018!

-May 2018: Technical Paper entitled "Discovering Flaws in Security-Focused Static Analysis Tools for Android using Systematic Mutation" accepted to USENIX'18!

-March 2018: Journal Paper entitled "How Do Static and Dynamic Test Case Prioritization Techniques Perform on Modern Software Systems? An Extensive Study on GitHub Projects" accepted to TSE'18!

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