John Anvik, Lyndon Hiew, Gail Murphy Receive ICSE-10 Most Influential Paper 10 Years Later Award

Computer Science Professor Gail Murphy, together with former graduate students John Anvik and Lyndon Hiew, received the ICSE-10 Most Influential Paper 10 Years Later Award at the 2016 International Conference on Software Engineering held in Austin on May 18, 2016. The award is given to the paper presented 10 years ago that has had the most impact in the community. The paper also received a SIGSOFT Distinguished Paper Award at the conference held in Shanghai in 2006.

The paper title is “Who Should Fix this Bug?”.

John is currently an Assistant Professor at the University of Lethbridge. Lyndon is a Software Developer at SAP in Vancouver.

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