Carnegie Mellon University

MSE Graduates Complete their PhDs

The program congratulates two of its Master of Software Engineering alumni from the class of 2005 on the upcoming August 2013 completion of their PhDs in Computer Science at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) in Daejon, South Korea.

Following the completion of his thesis, “Architecture-based Testing of Service-Oriented Applications in Distributed Networks” Dr. Changsup Keum will continue his work at Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI) where he has been since 1994.

Following the completion of her thesis, “Clustering Navigation Sequences to Create Contexts for Guiding Code Navigation”, Dr.  Seonah Lee will remain at KAIST as a postdoctoral researcher.

Both students were advised by Dr. Sungwon Kang, an adjunct faculty member in the MSE Program since 2003. Dr. Kang’s research interests include software architecture, software product lines, and software evolution.