Tao Xie
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Ph.D. U. Washington  2005
M.S.  U. Washington  2002
M.S.  Peking U.          2000
B.S.   Fudan U.           1997

Tao Xie
              Hsieh /shear/

Professor and Willett Faculty Scholar
Department of Computer Science
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
4237 Siebel Center
201 N. Goodwin Ave.
Urbana, IL 61801, USA
Phone: 217-244-5931
Faculty Assistant: Dana Garard (4301 SC)

A Member of the Programming Languages, Formal Methods, and Software Engineering (PL-FM-SE) area at Illinois CS, along with Illinois Information Trust Institute and Illinois Informatics Institute

Request his talks through  ACM Distinguished Speaker Program (DSP)!

   Google Scholar Citations
Illinois ASE
Illinois ASE Group  Students  News

High-Impact Collaborations

Code Hunt
Pex for Fun
MSR Pex 
Software Analytics
02/19: SIGSOFT Webinar
02/19: Infusion'19 Diveristy Talk
02/19: GMU CS Distinguished Talk
  01/19: HASE'19 Keynote
  12/18: ICST'19 (28%)
  12/18: UCI ISR Distinguished Talk
  11/18: ICSE'12 Paper honored by MSRA
  10/18: Future Forum Young Leader'18 Keynote
  10/18: Facebook TAV Award
08/18: EMNLP'18
  07/18: ESEC/FSE'18 Industry
07/18: VL/HCC'18 + 1 poster
  07/18: ASE'18 (18%) + 1 short
05/18: RE'18 (22%)
04/18: ICSE'21 Program Co-Chair
  04/18: ECOOP'18 (39%)
  03/18: DSN'18 (28%)
  02/18: ISEC'18 keynote slides
  02/18: ISEC'18 tutorial slides
12/17: WWW'18 (15%)
  12/17: ICSE'18 (21%)
  11/17:  Elevated to IEEE Fellow
            more ...      also see Awesome ASE Group News!

My graduating PhD student Xueqing Liu (Security and Privacy, Software Engineering, Data Mining, and Information Retrieval) co-advised by Prof ChengXiang Zhai is on the job market!!

Recent Updates
Research Focus
Impact Highlights
Research interests (publications, Google scholar citations)

Software Engineering: Software Testing, Debugging, and Analysis, Software Analytics (Text Analytics for SE, Code Mining, Trace Mining), Software Security, Software Engineering for Mobile/Internet Computing, and Educational Software Engineering, with recent themes as

Research communities and resources

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