I am a postdoctoral associate at the Nebraska Governance and Technology Center. I obtained my PhD in Computer Science from the School of Computing at University of Nebraska-Lincoln, advised by Dr. Bonita Sharif at the Software Engineering Research and Empirical Studies Lab (SERESL) and Empirically-Based Software Quality Research (ESQUARED) lab. My research interest lies in Software Engineering, Human-Computer Interaction, Eye Tracking, and Program Comprehension. More on my projects can be found here, and a list of my publications is available here.
I defended my Master's thesis under the supervision of Dr. Hamid Bagheri in December 2019. My Master's thesis title is Formal Modeling and Analysis of a Family of Surgical Robots. I studied a family of surgical robots and their control system, and built formal models and checked an important property across the entire robot family. More on this project can be found here.