Division of Computer Science and Engineering
Louisiana State University
Office: 2318 Patrick F. Taylor Hall
I am a 4th year Ph.D. student in Computer Science, at Louisiana State University. I received a Masters Degree in Computer Science in 2018. I conduct research under the supervision of
Dr. Anas Mahmoud at SEEL. In my research, I focus on user concerns in Gig Economy apps (Uber, Lyft, etc.). My current project involves applying NLP state-of-the-art models, machine learning, and statistical techniques to extract and classify discrimination concerns from social media and apps’ policies.
My previous work included mining software repositories, with emphasis on linguistic change in Open Source Software (OSS) and using OSS in SE education.
My research at LSU is funded by the NSF grants:
CCF 1821525 and CNS 1951411
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Computer Science, Louisiana State University
Master of Science (M.S.), Computer Science, Louisiana State University
Specialist degree (bachelor’s equivalent), Management and Organization, The Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration
Mobile App Privacy in Software Engineering Research: A Systematic Mapping Study
F. Ebrahimi, M. Tushev, A. Mahmoud, Information and Software Technology (IST), 2020.
Modeling User Concerns in Sharing Economy: The Case of Food Delivery Apps
G. Williams, M. Tushev, F. Ebrahimi, and A. Mahmoud, Automated Software Engineering (ASE), 2020.
Digital Discrimination in Sharing Economy: A Requirements Engineering Perspective
M. Tushev, F. Ebrahimi, and A. Mahmoud, Inter. Requirements Engineering Conf. (RE), 2020.
Linguistic Documentation of Software History
M. Tushev and A. Mahmoud, Inter. Conf. on Program Comprehension (ICPC), 2020.
On Combining IR Methods to Improve Bug Localization
S. Khatiwada, M. Tushev, and A. Mahmoud, Inter. Conf. on Program Comprehension (ICPC), 2020.
Using GitHub in Large Software Engineering Classes: An Exploratory Case Study
M. Tushev, G. Williams, A. Mahmoud, Computer Science Education (CSE), 2019.
Linguistic Change in Open Source Software
M. Tushev, S. Khatiwada, A. Mahmoud, International Conference on Software Maintenance and Evolution (ICSME), 2019.
Just Enough Semantics: An Information Theoretic Approach for IR-Based Software Bug Localization
S. Khatiwada, M. Tushev, A. Mahmoud, Information and Software Technology (IST), 2018, vol. 93, pp. 45-57.
Presentations & Talks
Paper Presentation, Digital Discrimination in Sharing Economy: A Requirements Engineering Perspective
Inter. Requirements Engineering Conf. (RE), 2020.
Paper Presentation, Linguistic Documentation of Software History
Inter. Conf. on Program Comprehension (ICPC), 2020.
Paper Presentation, Linguistic Change in Open Source Software
International Conference on Software Maintenance and Evolution (ICSME), 2019.
May 2018 – present. Research Assistant August 2018 – May 2020. Teaching Assistant
CSC 4330 (Software Systems Development)
CSC 2262 (Numerical Methods with MATLAB)
CSC 1351 (Computer Science II for Majors with Java)
CSC 1253 (Introduction to Computer Science with C++)
June 2019. Teaching Assistant, Intro to Computer Science and Programming (Grades 9-12)
August 2015 – May 2018. Graduate Assistant, LSU International Services Office
Student volunteer, ICSE'21
Shadow PC, MSR'21
Website & Social Media Chair, CrowdRE'20, '21
Reviewer: ICSE Demo Track, 2020
Here's a word cloud of my publications:
I’m also a
bass player. I post my online jams and little musical excerpts here.