Harvey Siy, Ph.D., Associate Professor
Department of Computer Science
College of Information Science and Technology
Peter Kiewit Institute
University of Nebraska at Omaha
(402) 554-2834
hsiy at unomaha dot edu

Teaching

Spring 2017 CSCI 4970 Computer Science Capstone MW 5:30-6:45 PKI 274

Courses taught in previous semesters.

K-12 CS Education at UNO: ITEST SPARCS, RET WRIST, CS4HS, CSEdWeek.

For more information about these and other programs for teachers and students, visit our CS Education page.

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Research Interests

I am broadly interested in understanding and solving technical problems related to developing large software-intensive systems. My research objective is to study and improve software engineering methodologies that make it easier to sustain the pace of large scale software development and evolution while preserving the quality (performance, reliability, usability, maintainability) of the resulting software products. My research is shaped by observations from empirical studies and industrial experiences with real-world systems.

My current research uses software repository mining to empirically investigate how long-lived software products have evolved over time, and to assess the long-term quality and productivity impacts of software technologies for improving modularity and systematic reuse, such as product line engineering and aspect-oriented programming.

For more details, please see my vita.



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