Lingming Zhang

Assistant Professor
Department of Computer Science
Erik Jonsson School of Engineering & Computer Science
The University of Texas at Dallas
     ECSS 4.205 UTD
(972) 883- 3573
Prospective PhD Students:
Please contact me if you are a self-motivated student with strong programming skills and strong interests in Software Testing, Machine Learning, and/or Program Analysis. Please include a copy of your CV/Resume, including descriptions of your education background, programming skills, and previous projects, in your correspondence. RA/TA positions available!


Short Bio

Lingming Zhang is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Texas at Dallas. His main research interests are in Software Engineering, focusing on building advanced software testing and debugging systems to predict, detect, localize, and fix software bugs automatically. His research also involves the synergy between Machine Learning and Software Engineering, as well as the synergy between Programming Languages/Formal Methods and Software Engineering. He published over 50 conference papers, winning two ACM SIGSOFT Distinguished Paper Awards (2019), and one Best Industry Paper Award (2019). His research has helped detect hundreds of bugs for eBay, eMetric, Yahoo!, and Apache products. He received various grants/awards from the industry, including a Google Faculty Research Award (2016), a Samsung GRO Award (2017), a NVIDIA GPU Grant (2018), and an Amazon AWS Research Grant (2019). His research has also been supported by National Science Foundation (NSF), including the NSF CAREER Award and NSF CRII Award.

Previously: Lingming got his Ph.D.'s degree in May. 2014 from the Electrical & Computer Engineering Department at The University of Texas at Austin. He was very fortunate to work under the supervision of Prof. Sarfraz Khurshid in the Software Verification Validation and Testing Group. Lingming received his Master's degree in Computer Science from Peking University (China) in 2010. Before that, Lingming got his Bachelor's degree in Computer Science from Nanjing University (China) in 2007.