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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.  


This is the academic home page of Kevin Moran Ph.D. Dr. Moran conducts research in the fields of software engineering, machine learning, and computer security as a Post-Doctoral Fellow at William & Mary. He has published numerous papers at top conferences and journals in the field of software engineering.



Kevin Moran is a Post-Doctoral Fellow in the Department of Computer Science at William & Mary.  He graduated with his B.A. in Physics with Computer Science Minor from the College of the Holy Cross in 2013. He graduated with his M.S. in Computer Science from William & Mary in 2015, and his P.hD. in Computer Science from 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 machine learning and data mined from software repositories to open problems in software engineering. 

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Office: McGlothlin Street Hall 110, Williamsburg, VA, 23185

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

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Latest News:

-June 2019: Our paper “Assessing the Quality of the Steps to Reproduce in Bug Reports” accepted to ESEC/FSE’19 has won the ACM SIGSOFT Distinguished Paper Award!! 🏆

-May 2019: Technical Paper entitled “Assessing the Quality of the Steps to Reproduce in Bug Reports” accepted to ESEC/FSE’19!!

-March 2019: Our CODASPY’19 paper “A Study of Data Store-Based Home Automation” has won the best paper award!! 🏆

-December 2018: Tool Demo Paper entitled “Guigle: a GUI Search Engine for Android Apps” accepted to ICSE’19!

-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!

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