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MSR 2021
Mon 17 - Wed 19 May 2021
co-located with ICSE 2021
Gregorio Robles

Registered user since Sun 27 May 2018

Name: Gregorio Robles

Bio: I am Associate Professor at the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, a public university in Madrid, Spain. I mainly do research in following two fields:

a) Software engineering: I am specialized in software analytics of Free/Libre/Open Source Software systems. My primary focus is on mining software repositories, socio-technical issues such as development community metrics, software evolution, and cost estimation.

b) Computational thinking: I investigate the introduction of computer programming at an early age. I have co-authored the Dr. Scratch assessment tool.

You can have a look at my research record at Google Scholar and DBLP.

Country: Spain

Affiliation: Universidad Rey Juan Carlos

Personal website: http://gsyc.urjc.es/~grex

Research interests: Open Source Software, Mining Software Repositories, Computational Thinking, Software Evolution

Contributions

SoHeal 2021 Committee Member in Program Committee within the SoHeal 2021-track
MSR 2021 General Chair in Organizing Committee
Committee Member in Hackathon Committee within the Hackathon-track
ICSE 2021 The Shifting Sands of Motivation: Revisiting What Drives Contributors in Open Source
Co-Located Events co-Chair in Organizing Committe
Session Chair of 2.2.4. Programming: General Issues (part of Technical Track)
Pandemic Programming: How Covid-19 affects software developers and how their organizations can help
Watch out for Extrinsic Bugs! A Case Study of their Impact in Just-In-Time Bug Prediction Models on the OpenStack project
Session Chair of 1.5.4. Open Source: Participants' Motivations (part of Technical Track)
Session Chair of 2.1.2. Deep Neural Networks: Quality Assurance (part of Technical Track)
Session Chair of 4.5.1. Games (part of Technical Track)
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