Cláudia Mamede has a BSc & MSc in Informatics and Computing Engineering from FEUP (Portugal). With the constant digitalization of the world, her focus is on how crucial it is to design better and safer software. Cláudia’s research interests revolve around the applications of deep learning to help detect and fix software vulnerabilities as fast as possible.
I am PhD Student in the School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University. Broadly, my research goal is to create methods and tools to help software developers by automating tedious (but necessary) refactoring tasks. Currently, my primary focus is on automatic library migration and transpiration, but I have also worked on program synthesis.