Dr. Georgios Gousios is an assistant professor at the Software Engineering Group, Delft University of Technology, where he leads the group's Software Analytics lab. He works in the fields of sofware ecosystems, software testing, distributed software development processes and research infrastructures. His research has been published in top venues (ICSE, FSE, TSE), where he has received 4 distinguished paper awards. He is the main author of the GHTorrent data collection and curation framework (for which he received a foundational contribution award), the Alitheia Core repository mining platform and various widely used tools and datasets. Currently, he is leading the Unified Call Graph project with analyzes package repositories at a fine level of detail, and the CodeFeedr project which delivers real time software analytics. Dr. Gousios holds a PhD with distinction in Software Engineering (mining software repositories) from the Athens University of Economics and Business (AUEB) and an MSc with distinction (software engineering) from the University of Manchester.
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