Heng Li is a graduate student at the Software Analysis and Intelligence Lab (SAIL) in the School of Computing at Queen’s University in Kingston, Canada. He is pursuing his PhD under the supervision of Dr. Ahmed E. Hassan.
In parallel with his PhD study, he cooperated with BlackBerry, the world leading software company in the areas of security and enterprise mobility management, to tackle some interesting industry issues, such as improving the performance of large scale software systems, and developing big data solutions for log analysis.
He obtained his BE from Sun Yat-sen University, China, and MSc from Fudan University, China. He worked at Synopsys, the world leading software company in the EDA industry, as a full-time R&D Engineer, before starting his PhD at Queen’s University.
His research interests lie within Software Engineering and Data Mining, in particular, mining software repositories, software analytics, empirical software engineering, program analysis, software log analysis, and natural language processing.
For his detailed information please refer to his résumé.