Courtney Miller

this is called manifesting

Hi, welcome! I'm a first-year Software Engineering Ph.D. student at Carnegie Mellon co-advised by Bogdan Vasilescu and Christian Kästner. My primary research interests are open source sustainability, empirical software engineering research, and developer productivity, coordination, and communication.

courtneymiller -at- cmu -dot- edu
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News

May 2022 Our ICSE '22 paper "Did You Miss My Comment or What?" Understanding Toxicity in Open Source Discussions has recieved the ACM-SIGSOFT Distinguished Paper Award!
February 2022 I will be giving an invited talk at ISEC.
December 2021 Our exploratory study on open source toxicity "Did You Miss My Comment or What?" Understanding Toxicity in Open Source Discussions has been accepted to ICSE '22!
April 2021 Our ICSE '21 paper "How Was Your Weekend?" Software Development Teams Working From Home During COVID-19 has recieved the ACM-SIGSOFT Distinguished Paper Award!
March 2021 I'm thrilled to announce that I'm a recipient of the 2021 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program (NSF GRFP).

Experience

Research Intern
Microsoft Research Undergraduate Research Internship
Software Analysis and Intelligence (SAINT) Group
Mentor: Tom Zimmermann
Summer 2020
Research Assistant
Riff Analytics
Mentor: John Doucette
Fall 2019
Research Assistant
Carnegie Mellon University
Institute for Software Research REUSE Program
Mentor: Joshua Sunshine
Summer 2019
Research Assistant
Carnegie Mellon University
Institute for Software Research REUSE Program
Mentors: Bogdan Vasilescu and Christian Kästner
Summer 2018