Debugging Task Force

TruX, SnT, University of Luxembourg


Research Interests
  • Software Debugging (especially bug localization and program repair ),
  • Software Security (especially vulnerability detection and fixing),
  • Code Search (both free-form and semantic code-to-code),
  • and more broadly Secure and Reliable Software Engineering.
Open Positions:

TruX-DTF is looking for motivated and excellent PhD candidates for applying to FNR research grants. Please send your resume and transcript to Dr. Tegawendé F. Bissyandé (tegawende.bissyande[at]uni.lu) if you are interested.

Latest News

"SMARTGIFT: Learning to Generate Practical Inputs for Testing Smart Contracts" accepted @ICSME 2021

Our paper entitled "SMARTGIFT: Learning to Generate Practical Inputs for Testing Smart Contracts" has been accepted for the 37th International Conference on Software Maintenance and Evolution (ICSME 2021), written by Teng Zhou, Kui Liu, Li Li, Zhe Liu, Jacques Klein and Tegawendé F. Bissyandé.

"Revisiting Test Cases to Boost Generate-and-Validate Program Repair" accepted @ICSME 2021

Our paper entitled "Revisiting Test Cases to Boost Generate-and-Validate Program Repair" has been accepted for the 37th International Conference on Software Maintenance and Evolution (ICSME 2021), written by Jingtang Zhang, Kui Liu, Dongsun Kim, Li Li, Zhe Liu, Jacques Klein and Tegawendé F. Bissyandé.

"Where Were the Repair Ingredients for Defects4J Bugs? Exploring the Impact of Repair Ingredient Retrieval on the Performance of 24 Program Repair Systems" accepted @EMSE

Our paper entitled "Where Were the Repair Ingredients for Defects4J Bugs? Exploring the Impact of Repair Ingredient Retrieval on the Performance of 24 Program Repair Systems" has been accepted for publication in Empirical Software Engineering 2021 (to appear), written by Deheng Yang, Kui Liu, Dongsun Kim, Anil Koyuncu, Kisub Kim, Haoye Tian, Yan Lei, Xiaoguang Mao, Jacques Klein and Tegawendé F. Bissyandé.

"Automated Comment Update: How Far are We?" accepted @ICPC 2021

Our paper entitled "Automated Comment Update: How Far are We?" has been accepted for the 29th IEEE/ACM International Conference on Program Comprehension (ICPC 2021), written by Bo Lin, Shangwen Wang, Kui Liu, Xiaoguang Mao, and Tegawendé F. Bissyandé.

"On the Impact of Flaky Tests in Automated Program Repair" accepted @SANER 2021

Our paper entitled "On the Impact of Flaky Tests in Automated Program Repair" has been accepted for the 28th IEEE International Conference on Software Analysis, Evolution and Reengineering (SANER 2021), written by Yihao Qin, Shangwen Wang, Kui Liu, Xiaoguang Mao, and Tegawendé F. Bissyandé.