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Georgios Gousios
TU Delft EWI / ST
Building 28
Room W4.560
van Mourik Broekmanweg 6
2628 XE, Delft
the Netherlands

+31 (0) 15 278 5546
g.gousios @ tudelft.nl

Welcome to my home page!

I am assistant professor of software engineering at the Software Engineering Research Group group, TU Delft, leading the group's Software Analytics research direction. I do research in the broad area of software engineering. I am teaching Big Data Processing at the BSc level and Software Analytics at the MSc level. I am also speaking and blogging.

Latest news

  • Jul 2019» Preprints for our ISSTA paper on static/dynamic API misuse detection and FSE paper on rapid releases at ING
  • Jun 2019» Postdoc Moritz Beller is now on sabbatical at Facebook
  • May 2019» Postdoc Maria Kechagia to continue her studies at UCL.
  • May 2019» New PhD students: Elvan Kula (software process optization) and Mehdi Keshani (dependency management). Welcome!
  • Feb 2019» Started a sabbatical at Facebook. Read about my first experiences here
  • Jan 2019» Acquired and started the H2020 FASTEN project, to make dependency management more robust.
  • Sep 2018» Preprint of our ESEM 2018 paper on evidence of geographical bias on PR evaluation.

Old news

Current Projects

I am hiring! Are you a motivated PhD student, postdoc or scientific programmer that would like to work in my group on topics ranging from static analysis to machine learning for software engineering? Then, let's talk!

  • FASTEN: Making software ecosystems robust by making package management more intelligent.
  • CodeFeedr: Developing next-gen software analytics platforms.
  • GHTorrent: Making the Github REST API queriable.


I have the pleasure to work with the following people:



  • Joseph Hejderup (Feb 2017): Dependency management and static analysis
  • Mehdi Keshani (May 2019): Dependency management and static analysis
  • Elvan Kula (May 2019): Software process optimization

Master's students

  • Wouter van der Zwaan (May 2018): Unified Call graphs for Java/Maven.
  • Ernst Mulders (Dec 2018): A/B testing at ING.