I am PhD student in the Code Recommenders subgroup of the Software Technology Group at TU Darmstadt.

  • 2013–now, TU Darmstadt, PhD student, advised by Mira Mezini
  • 2012, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, exchange student
  • 2009–2013, TU Darmstadt, master’s degree
  • 2006–2009, TU Darmstadt, bachelor’s degree

My general research interests include: developer-assistance tools, bug detection, mining software repositories, and software testing. I lead the Eko Software Campus project, in which we build MuDetect, a developer-assistance tool that finds API misuses, i.e., incorrect or non-optimal usages of APIs in programs. I’m the project lead of MuBench, a benchmark dataset and pipeline for API-misuse detectors. In the past, I’ve also been a core contributor to the KaVE Software Campus project, in which we built a developer-assistance tool that helps developers learn and use third-party APIs quickly and correctly in their work.

I served on the following committees:

I am a teacher and student of Software Engineering topics in general. My activities include university-level courses, Code Retreats, the Let’s Developer YouTube Channel, and individual consultancy.