All the people involved in MSR4P&S

Organisation Committee Members

The MSRP&S organising committee takes care of creating an attractive forum for researchers and practitioners interested in the interaction of cybersecurity and software repository mining. We thank the current and former committee members for supporting MSR4P&S:

Dr Nicolás E. Díaz Ferreyra is a senior researcher and lecturer at the Institute of Software Security of Hamburg University of Technology, Germany. His research stands at the intersection of human-computer interaction and privacy engineering, with a special focus on the application of AI and "digital nudging" to cybersecurity decision-making processes. He has a Ph.D. in computer science from the University of Duisburg-Essen, where he worked as a postdoctoral fellow and coordinator of the DFG-funded research training group "User-Centred Social Media". He has taken part in several European projects, including "PDP4E: Methods and tools for GDPR compliance through privacy and data-protection engineering" and "AssureMOSS: Assurance and certification in secure Multi-party Open Software and Services".
Related Service Duty: He is the co-organiser of the AiOfAi workshop series on adverse impacts and collateral effects of AI technologies co-located with IJCAI. He has been a PC member in conferences/workshops such as CHI, IFIP-SEC, ARES, CSCW, EuroUSEC, SVM@ICSE, DPM@ESORICS, and IWPE@EuroS&P; and also as a reviewer of journals like JSS, COSE, IST, and SoSyM.
Twitter: @nicolasediaz

Dr Zadia Codabux is an assistant professor at the University of Saskatchewan, Canada. Her research interests include empirical software engineering, technical debt, and software security. She has a Ph.D. in Computer Science from Mississippi State University, USA. She is passionate about equality, diversity, and inclusion initiatives. She is a regular attendee, speaker, and reviewer for the Computing Research Association's Committee on Widening Participation in Computing Research, Grace Hopper Celebration, and the National Center for Women & Information Technology.
Related Service Duty: She has been on the organizing committee of ESEM, TechDebt, and SANER and the program committee of top-ranked conferences, namely, ICSE, ASE, FSE, ESEM, ICSME, MSR, ICPC, PROMISE, CHASE, SANER, RE, TechDebt and a regular reviewer for journals such as IEEE Software, IST, JSS, and EMSE.
Twitter: @zadiacodabux

Dr Melina Vidoni is a lecturer at the Australian National University, Australia. Her main research interests are mining software repositories, technical debt, software development, and empirical software engineering when applied to data science and scientific software. She graduated from Universidad Tecnologica Nacional as an Information Systems Engineer, and received her Ph.D. from the same institution, with the maximum qualification. She founded R-Ladies Santa Fe in 2018.
Related Service Duty: Since 2018, she is an associate editor for rOpenSci, an open organisation that peer-reviews R packages, and completed three terms as Editor-in-Chief. She has been on the program committee of several high-ranking conferences, including ICPC, MSR, ICSME, ASE and MODELS, and has also reviewed for several journals including IST.
Twitter: @melvidoni

Program Committee Members

MSR4P&S would not be possible without the supporting expertise of its current and former program committee members. Thank you all! The full list of program committee members of each edition of the MSR4P&S workshop is available in its corresponding web page here.