Qi Li is a Ph.D candidate and research assistant at the Center for Systems and Software Engineering, University of Southern California, and his advisor is Dr. Barry Boehm. He is also the lead developer for S2CPAT. His current research interests mainly focus on Empirical Software Engineering, with special interests on Software Cost Estimation & Modeling, and Value-Based Software Engineering. His dissertation title is “Value-based, Dependency-aware Inspection and Testing Prioritization”. He has published over 10 papers in the software engineering field and was awarded the Best Paper Awards from HICSS 2010 and PROMISE 2011. He also interned with IBM Rational in 2010 and Galorath Incorporated in 2011. He obtained his master degree in 2008 from Institute of Software Chinese Academy of Sciences and bachelor degree in 2004 from Beijing Normal University, all in Computer Science.
The goal of Data and Analysis Center for Software (DACS) Software & Systems Cost and Performance Analysis Toolkit (S2CPAT) is to capture and analyze software and software engineering data from completed software projects that can be used to improve a)… Read More