I was born in Harbin, Heilongjiang Province, China in 1984. After I graduated from No.3 High School in Harbin, I entered the department of Computer Science, Harbin Institute of Technology in the year 2002. During the last two years of my undergraduate study, I did some research in the Center of Information Retrieval (CIR). From September 2006 to January 2012, I was a Ph.D. candidate in the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) of Peking Univerisity. My advisor is Prof. Hong Mei, and I also did research under the supervision of Prof. Lu Zhang and Prof. Tao Xie. From Oct 2008 to Sept 2009, I visited Singapore Management University as a research fellow, where I worked with Prof. David Lo. In Jan. 2012, I began to work with Prof. Dawn Song, as a PostDoc in UC Berkeley.
My research mainly focuses on enhancing the quality and productivity of software evolution. To achieval this goal, I have been working on code analysis and mining, natrual language based software engineering techniques, and the security analysis of android applications. CV
Xiaoyin Wang, Lu Zhang, Tao Xie, Hong Mei, Jiasu Sun, Locating Need-to-Externalize Constant Strings for Software Internationalization with Generalized String Taint Analysis, IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering (To Appear)