I am currently a post-doctoral researcher at the Software Technology Group (STG) at the Technische Universität Darmstadt working with Prof. Mira Mezini. Before that, I was part of the Software Architecture Group (SWAG) at the University of Waterloo where I did my Masters and PhD with Prof. Richard C. Holt. My dissertation focused on detecting variability anomalies in software product lines and reverse engineering configuration constraints.

My research interests include empirical software engineering, support for software product lines, and providing automated support for software development and maintenance activities. You can find more details in my research page.

News

  • MSR '16 We have two datasets accepted at the MSR data track! One contains a simplified representation of C# code and the other contains a set of API misuses
    Posted Mar 10, 2016, 5:25 AM by Sarah Nadi
  • SANER '16 Yet another piece of good news before the holidays! Our paper on Visual Studio usage in practice has been accepted at SANER '16. 
    Posted Dec 20, 2015, 4:33 AM by Sarah Nadi
  • ICSE '16 Our empirical study on why Java developers struggle with cryptography APIs has been accepted to ICSE. See you in Austin!
    Posted Dec 17, 2015, 1:52 AM by Sarah Nadi
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