Margaret-Anne Storey

Margaret-Anne Storey
Professor and Canada Research Chair

Dr. Margaret-Anne Storey is a Professor of Computer Science and a Co-Director of the Matrix Institute for Applied Data Science at the University of Victoria, and was Director of the Software Engineering Program from 2015 to 2018. She holds a Canada Research Chair in Human and Social Aspects of Software Engineering and is a member of the Royal Society of Canada’s College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists. She held the Lise Meitner Guest Professorship at Lund University in Sweden from 2016 to 2018, a professorship that promotes gender diversity in science.

Together with her students and collaborators, Dr. Storey seeks to understand how software tools, communication media, data visualizations, and social theories can be leveraged to improve how software engineers and knowledge workers explore, understand, analyze and share complex information and knowledge. She has published widely on these topics and collaborates extensively with high-tech companies and non-profit organizations to ensure real-world applicability of her research contributions and tools. Over the past several years, she has collaborated with product teams and researchers at Microsoft to understand developer satisfaction and developer productivity, with the goal of improving their engineering systems and processes.

  • ECS 564

Researchers

Cassandra Petrachenko

Cassandra Petrachenko
Lab Tyrant

Cassie is a salty IT professional that manages CHISEL's projects with her magical skills. She is rabid for Rush, fond of fast cars, and captivated by cuisine.

  • ECS 542
Enrique Larios Vargas

Enrique Larios Vargas
Postdoctoral Fellow

Enrique studies the behavioral science of software engineering, evidence-based and empirical software engineering. He is an amateur volleyball player and referee.

  • ECS 542a
Omar Elazhary

Omar Elazhary
PhD Student

Omar studies the relationship between developers and the automated tools they use. He looks at the tools, practices, and the possible effects they have on collaboration.

  • ECS 542b
Alessandra Maciel Paz Milani

Alessandra Maciel Paz Milani
PhD Student

Alessandra has 15+ years of professional experience in Software Engineering. Her research topics of interest are related to Data Science, particularly Information Visualization.

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Trishala Bhasin

Trishala Bhasin
MSc Student

Trishala is studying computer science and is interested in data analytics. She is fond of reading and exploring different types of cuisines.

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Leon Li

Leon Li
MSc Student

Leon has a background in computer science and network security. He is interested in information visualization, software tools and HCI.

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Soroush Yousefi

Soroush Yousefi
MSc Student

Soroush is interested in data visualization and HCI, and is an experienced UI developer and UX designer, so he mostly codes in Javascript. He loves camping and exploring.

  • ECS 542c
Cassandra Cupryk

Cassandra Cupryk
MSc Student

Cassandra is extremely interested in Computer Science fields such as data visualization, machine learning, and deep learning. She loves video games and digital drawing.

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Matt Termuende

Matt Termuende
MSc Student

Matt is a mechatronics engineer with software development experience in the renewables industry. He is interested in human factors and machine learning.

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Cassandra Cupryk

Derek Robinson
Undergraduate Research Programmer

Derek is a chemistry and computer science student interested in the intersection between software and science.

  • ECS 542a
Neil Ernst

Neil Ernst
Collaborator

Neil is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at UVic. He studies software architecture, software requirements, and empirical methods in SENG. He was a UVic Vikes rower.

  • ECS 560
Daniel German

Daniel M. German
Collaborator

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

  • ECS 554
Eirini Kalliamvakou

Eirini Kalliamvakou
Collaborator

Eirini is a Design Researcher at GitHub. She nudges product teams to design solutions grounded on user feedback, and enables them to build research muscle.

  • ECS 559