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Carnegie Mellon University's Ph.D. program in Software Engineering

Are you looking for a chance to shape the future of software engineering?  Carnegie Mellon University's Ph.D. program in Software Engineering offers the chance to work with any of a dozen world-class faculty members in research areas from architecture and analysis to program repair, requirements, and software analytics.  Our students are working on big-impact problems such as:

  • Typechecking and analyzing all configurations of Linux
  • Automatically finding patches for bugs in production software
  • Building software system that adapt automatically in the face of change, enabling them to run almost indefinitely without human oversight
  • Increasing developer productivity and code quality with techniques as diverse as type systems and team composition
  • Using newly developed logics to understand complex legal requirements documents such as the HIPAA privacy regulations

We are looking for students with a strong record in the university or in industry, who have a passion for discovering knowledge and improving software engineering tools and practices.  Applications are due in early December.  For more information, please visit our website at:


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