As a Ph.D. student, I present my work in workshops, conferences, companies, and everywhere. The following is a non-exhaustive list of my technical presentations.
Java is Going to the Moon: Native Images with GraalVM. Presented at KTH, May 2022.
A Prime on Software Debloating. Presented at KTH, March 2022.
The Software Supply Chain of Enterprise Java Ethereum Nodes. Presented at KTH, January 2022.
A Longitudinal Analysis of Bloated Java Dependencies. Presented at ESEC/FSE, August 2021.
Automated Software Debloat. 50% Ph.D. Seminar. Presented at KTH, April 2021.
DepClean: Automatically Revealing Bloated Software Dependencies in Maven Projects. Presented at FOSDEM, February 2021.
An Introduction to Bloat History Analysis. Presented at 20th ASSERT Software Engineering Workshop, Stockholm, Sweden, November 2020.
Are Developers Willing to Remove Bloated Dependencies? Presented at 13th ASSERT Software Engineering Workshop, Stockholm, Sweden, January 2020.
Presentation for FDT3303. Paper reading presented at KTH, Stockholm, December 2019.
Do the Dependency Conflicts in my Project Matters?. Presented at 11th ASSERT Software Engineering Workshop, Stockholm, Sweden, November 2019.
Tool Presentation. Presented at SL, Stockholm, November 2019.
WASP Presentation. Presented at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, October 2019.
Studying Bloated Dependencies in the Maven Ecosystem. Poster presented during CASTOR Software Days, KTH, Sweden, October 2019.
The Emergence of Software Diversity in Maven Central. Presented at 16th International Conference on Mining Software Repositories (MSR), Montreal, Canada, May 2019.
Bloatware Mitigation and Analysis. Presented at 5th ASSERT Software Engineering Workshop, Stockholm, Sweden, November 2018.
Mining Software Dependencies at Large Scale: A Preliminary Study on the Maven Central Repository. Presented at 4th ASSERT Software Engineering Workshop, Stockholm, Sweden, Sep 2018.
Effective Program Debloating via Reinforcement Learning. ACM CCS, Toronto, Canada, October 2018