Margaret-Anne Storey

Dr. Margaret-Anne Storey
Professor and Canada Research Chair

Dr. Margaret-Anne Storey is a Professor of Computer Science and the Director of the Software Engineering program at the University of Victoria. She holds a Canada Research Chair in Human and Social Aspects of Software Engineering. Her research goal is to understand how technology can help people explore, understand, and share complex information and knowledge. She evaluates and applies techniques from knowledge engineering, social software, and visual interface design to applications such as collaborative software development, program comprehension, biomedical ontology development, and learning in Web-based environments.

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Staff

Cassandra Petrachenko

Cassandra Petrachenko
Lab Manager

Cassie uses her experience as a seasoned IT professional to guide CHISEL's research projects. She likes listening to Rush, feeding people, and scaring CHISELers by driving fast.

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Eric Verbeek

Eric Verbeek
Research Programmer

Eric has worked in computing science and psychology, and studies music and 3D modeling. He's crazy with conures, flabbergasted by films, and silly about synthesizers.

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Shelby Ludlow
Undergrad Research Programmer

Shelby Ludlow is a 4th-year student at the University of Victoria in the combined Computer Science and Visual Arts program. She loves UI/UX and front end design.

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Brendon Earl

Brendon Earl
Undergrad Research Programmer

Brendon is a software engineering student at the University of Victoria. He conquers coding conundrums, is wild about web design, and adores adventures.

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Researchers

Matthieu Foucault

Matthieu Foucault
Postdoctoral Fellow

Matthieu is a software engineering researcher with a passion for empirical research, statistics and data visualization.

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Alexey Zagalsky

Alexey Zagalsky
Graduate Student, PhD

Alexey is a software developer and a researcher studying the interplay between developers, tools, and their activities. He's also interested in early-stage startups.

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Omar Elazhary

Omar Elazhary
Graduate Student, PhD

Omar is a software engineer and a bit of a generalist from his time at SAP, but a data scientist at heart. He enjoys connecting dots and finding patterns in big datasets.

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Carly Lebeuf

Carly Lebeuf
Graduate Student, MSc

Carly has a background in computer science and psychology. She is an aspiring front end developer.

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Maria Ferman Guerra

Maria Ferman Guerra
Graduate Student, MSc

Maria is from Veracruz, Mexico. She is determined to broaden her horizons by expanding her knowledge in computer science.

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Nora Huang

Nora Huang
Graduate Student, MSc

Nora has a background in image and voice signal processing from her time as a software designer at Nortel and Ericsson. She makes awesome Chinese food.

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Courtney Williams

Courtney Williams
Graduate Student, MSc

Courtney is a computer engineer in the Royal Canadian Navy. She loves baking cupcakes for the team and is excited to start her research.

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Daniel German

Dr. Daniel M. German
Collaborator

Daniel is a Professor of Computer Science at the University of Victoria. He studies mining software repositories, open source, and intellectual property.

Leif Singer

Dr. Leif Singer
Affiliate Researcher

Previously a postdoc at CHISEL, Leif is now an Affiliate Researcher. At his day job, he works on engagement at Automattic.

Fernando Figueira Filho

Dr. Fernando Figueira Filho
Collaborator

After doing a Postdoc with CHISEL, Fernando is now an Associate Professor at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte in Brazil. He really digs CSCW.

Marllos Prado

Marllos Prado
Collaborator

Marllos is a PhD student from the Federal University of Goiás in Brazil. He spent a year with CHISEL investigating the human aspects of unit testing.

Bin Lin

Bin Lin
Collaborator

Bin is a Master's student at the Eindhoven University of Technology. He spent two months with CHISEL as a visiting researcher looking into how Slack supports developers.

Moritz Beller

Moritz Beller
Collaborator

Moritz is a PhD student from TU Delft, Netherlands. He focuses on software quality within the software engineering domain.

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