Siyuan Jiang

(Pronounce: Suh-you-en Chiang)

AI for Software Engineering

I am an assistant professor of Computer Science Department at Eastern Michigan University. I was advised by Collin McMillan and completed my Ph.D. at University of Notre Dame.

My main research interests are in AI for software engineering (SE), specifically for program comprehension and code generation tasks. My recent research projects focus on adapting deep learning to generate short English descriptions of code artifacts.

News:

  • I received a Faculty Research Fellowship with a budget for Nvidia Titan RTX from EMU. Looking forward to full-time research for Fall 2019! (04/01/2019)
  • I received a Summer Research Award from EMU. Looking forward to full-time research for four months! (01/15/2019)
  • Our paper A Neural Model for Generating Natural Language Summaries of Program Subroutines (Alexander LeClair, Siyuan Jiang and Collin McMillan) is accepted in ICSE 2019! (12/12/2018)
  • We received an Nvidia GPU grant of a Quadro P6000 to support our code generation research! (08/30/2018)

Activities

Program Committee for SCAM 2019, ICSME 2019.

Undergrad Advise

Check my calendar to request a meeting! (calendar link)

Will Not Teach in 2019 Fall

Teaching in 2019 Winter

  • Intro to Programming (COSC 111): class website
  • Algorithms & Data Structures (COSC 311): class website
  • Software Engineering Project (COSC 481W) / Software Design & Development (COSC 581): class website