Computer scientist Dr. Chanchal Roy (PhD) received a lifetime achievement award for his work on software clones. Details here.
This award is presented to a graduate student advisor who has shown excellent supervisory and mentoring skills as well as exceptional support for their advisees’ ideas, scholarly work, and financial needs. The honored advisor embodies the capacity to stimulate graduate students to think critically and creatively, while enhancing their graduate student learning experience. Details here.
An inter-university group led by University of Saskatchewan (USask) researcher Chanchal Roy has been awarded $1.65 million by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) to establish a first-in-Canada graduate-level program to train a new generation of software engineers. Click for more
No one can spot a clone like Dr. Chanchal Roy (PhD).
On May 3, the associate professor in the Department of Computer Science was presented with a 2019 New Researcher Award from the University of Saskatchewan (USask). It was the fifth major research award in less than a year for Roy—who studies, among other problems, how to recognize clones. Click for more