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You have reached the homepage of Leonel Merino. I was a PhD student at the Software Composition Group in the University of Bern from March 2014 until July 2018. In the past, I obtained a Bachelor degree in Computer Science from the University of Chile (2006), and a Master degree from Ecole des Mines de Nantes and Vrije Universiteit Brussel (2008). I also spent some years working in industry at the main telecommunications company in Chile. For further information checkout my CV.
My main research interests are in the areas of software visualization, program comprehension, empirical evaluation, virtual/augmented reality, collaboration networks, ontology design.
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- VISSOFT 2018 - Artifact Evaluation Committee (6th IEEE Working Conference on Software Visualization — Madrid, Spain, September 24-25, 2018)
- VISSOFT 2017 - NIER/TD (5th IEEE Working Conference on Software Visualization — Shanghai, China, September 18-19, 2017)
- VISSOFT 2016 - Artifact Evaluation Committee (4th IEEE Working Conference on Software Visualization — Raleigh, North Carolina, USA, October 3-4, 2016)
- VR (2018)
- Information and Software Technology - IST (2017)
- VISSOFT (2015)
- VISSOFT NIER/TD (2016-2017)
- SANER (2015-2018)
- ICSME (2015-2016)
- BENEVOL (2015)
- ICSE (2015)
- SATToSE (2014)
- Mario Hess. Pervasive Visualization in Augmented Reality for Software Monitoring . (Bachelor's thesis - ongoing 2018). Presentation
- Silas David Berger. Visually Exploring Scientific Communities — Extending EggShell's Model and Visualization. (Bachelor's thesis 2017). Website
- Dominik Seliner. EggShell — A workbench for modeling scientific communities. (Bachelor's thesis 2016). Website
- Ekaterina Kozlova. Software Visualization Ontology (Software Composition Seminar 2017)
- Lukas Imstepf. How are Software Visualizations Evaluated? scraping digital libraries and results (Software Composition Seminar 2016)
- Pascal Giehl. Visualizing Collaboration Networks (Software Composition Seminar 2016)