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Find out how Professor John Grundy is making software development more culturally diverse.
Prof John Grundy
Dr Judith Michael
Dr Hourieh Khalajzadeh
Dr Tanjila Kanij
ENASE 2022 Presentation
A Preliminary Investigation on eHealth Apps End-users
Agile Middle East
Associate Professor Rashina Hoda, Melbourne Conversations
Associate Professor Rashina Hoda, Monash Tech Talks
Associate Professor Rashina Hoda, Empirical Software Engineering course
Associate Professor Rashina Hoda, Agile Caravanserai
Associate Professor Rashina Hoda, ICSE 2021 Technical Briefing
Associate Professor Rashina Hoda interviewed by Yves Hanoulle
Dr Hourieh Khalajzadeh presents a paper titled 'Visual Languages for Supporting Big Data Analytics Development' on behalf of her co-authors, which won the Best Paper Award at the 15th International Conference of Novel Approaches to Software Engineering (ENASE2020).
End-User-Oriented Tool Support for Modeling Data Analytics Requirements - Dr Hourieh Khalajzadeh's poster presentation at IEEE's Symposium on HL/VCC 2020 (awarded Best Showpiece)
What's wrong with "users"? An unflattering attack on our value system and what can be done to fix it - Bran Selic's Keynote address to ISEC 2021.
Human-centric (issues in) software engineering - Prof. John Grundy's presentation for the Dean's Seminar Series (2018).
Prof. John Grundy outlining a research roadmap aiming to improve the incorporation of end user human aspects into software engineering.
Dr. Jennifer McIntosh recently presented the findings of a student group project to CHASE2021. The students evaluated age bias in e-commerce.
HumaniSE Lab's PhD student, Maria Graetsch, recently presented her team's work titled 'Emotions in computer vision service API questions' at the SEmotion'21 virtual conference.
Led by HumaniSE Lab researchers, a team of Monash students have developed a tool to detect human-centric issues known as 'Automated Human-Centric Issue Detector' or 'AH-CID'.