Mikaela Cashman Received Best Student Paper Award at the 23rd International Systems and Software Product Line Conference
Graduate student Mikaela Cashman just presented her paper, “DNA as Features: Organic Software Product Lines” at the 23rd International Systems and Software Product Line Conference. She received the Best Student Paper award at the conference.
Cashman also received an ACM Distinguished Paper award last year at one of the top tier software engineering conferences, Automated Software Engineering. That paper was titled “Navigating the Maze: The Impact of Configurability in Bioinformatics Software.