Dongjie He is a research fellow at UNSW. He is broadly interested in programming languages, security, and systems (intersecting also with software engineering), focusing on developing novel theories, techniques, and tools for improving the performance, usability, reliability, and security of real-world software. In particular, he is currently working on static program analysis and compiler optimization problems such as Java pointer analysis, and data-flow analysis.
His papers have been published in top-tier conferences and journals in the field of programming languages and software engineering such as TSE, TOSEM, ECOOP, ISSTA, ASE, SAS, and ISSRE. He has been awarded a 2019 ASE Distinguished Paper.
His home page: https://dongjiehe.github.io/
I win an ACM SIGSOFT Distinguished Paper Award at the ASE 2019 conference.
Some ongoing research activities:
Some incoming research activities:
My Research Supervision