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Chakkrit Tantithamthavorn

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Name: Chakkrit Tantithamthavorn

Bio: He is a lecturer in Faculty of Information Technology, Monash University, Australia. His current research lies in software analytics, i.e., the intersection of data science and software engineering, with a specific focus on advancing the fundamentals of predictive and statistical modelling for software engineering (e.g., software analytics) in order to produce more accurate predictions and reliable actionable insights to support software engineers, software managers, data scientists, and researchers. He pioneered research on the pitfalls of software analytics modelling in order to provide avoidance strategies. His work has been published at top-tier software engineering venues, such as, IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering (TSE), Empirical Software Engineering (EMSE), the International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE). He served a referee of flagship software engineering journals, such as, IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering (TSE), as well as, a program committee member and an additional reviewer of ICSE, ICSME, MSR, ISEC, SCAM, and SANER. More about his work is available online at

Country: Australia

Affiliation: Monash University, Australia

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Research interests: Mining Software Repositories, Software Analytics, Software Quality, Pitfalls of Software Analytics Modelling


MSR 2019Author of Software Analytics in Action: A Hands-on Tutorial on Analyzing and Modelling Software Data within the Education-track
ICPC 2019Committee Member in Program Committee within the Replications-track
ICSE 2019Author of Mining Software Defects: Should We Consider Affected Releases? within the Technical Track-track
Author of The Impact of Class Rebalancing Techniques on the Performance and Interpretation of Defect Prediction Models within the Journal-First Papers-track
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