Prof Martin Monperrus

is creating Artificial Intelligence for Programming

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In the future, every software project will feature very special developers: robots that would program as humans do. There will be an artificial intelligence to fix bugs and to discuss with human developers. I envision a world where robots and human developers smoothly collaborate, in order to build software that is more grand than ever.

My group is working on Repairnator, a software robot for bugs  (MIT Technology Review), it contributes to open-source project with bug fixes, under the name Luc Esape (bug fixer extraordinaire). This is hard and ambitious, at the frontline of research. The project currently makes progress with the support of traditional research funding. With you as Patron, we'll train outstanding students from the all over the world to do software research that matters as intern or PhD students. With you a Patron, you'll contribute to a world with less bugs in your mobile phone.

My name is Martin Monperrus, I'm professor at KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden. My job is to invent cool and spectacular software technology. For doing this, I'm working with an incredible crew of students, colleagues and enthusiasts to make blue-sky ideas real.

Selected innovations I was involved in:
- the first intelligent code completion system, in the Eclipse IDE, it has triggered a lot of work on intelligent and data-driven development environments which help software engineers daily.
- the first static analysis system for Android, it has been used for detecting malware and plenty of other apps analyses for a safer mobile life.
- the most advanced library for analyzing and transforming Java source code (Spoon), it is the foundation of major other inventions (at MIT) and commercial products (eg PVS Studio Java).

Tiers
Thumb up!
$10 or more per month

I support this research! 


Benefit: you receive unique news of Luc Esape and Repairnator before the rest of the world. 

Support an Internship
$100 or more per month

You partially support an intern, a brilliant student carefully selected, who works on the Repairnator project. She/he is trained to do novel software technology and research that matter.


You get all benefits of previous tiers +  a personal introduction to those brilliant students.

Official Research Funding
$1,000 or more per month

You're a game changer:  with this tier, you contribute to 20% of a full-time PhD position, and you contribute to train talented students from all over the world to get a PhD. 


Benefits:

+ all benefits of previous tiers.

+ you can publicly communicate about your contribution to this project in marketing and communication campaigns.



Platinum Research Funding
$15,000 or more per month

You make a very strong contribution to research, a key enabler to recruit 2 PhD students exclusively working on artificial intelligence for software development.

 

Benefits:

+ all benefits of previous tiers

+ invitation to join a yearly, invitation only, one-day conference about the coolest research on artificial intelligence for software development. 

In the future, every software project will feature very special developers: robots that would program as humans do. There will be an artificial intelligence to fix bugs and to discuss with human developers. I envision a world where robots and human developers smoothly collaborate, in order to build software that is more grand than ever.

My group is working on Repairnator, a software robot for bugs  (MIT Technology Review), it contributes to open-source project with bug fixes, under the name Luc Esape (bug fixer extraordinaire). This is hard and ambitious, at the frontline of research. The project currently makes progress with the support of traditional research funding. With you as Patron, we'll train outstanding students from the all over the world to do software research that matters as intern or PhD students. With you a Patron, you'll contribute to a world with less bugs in your mobile phone.

My name is Martin Monperrus, I'm professor at KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden. My job is to invent cool and spectacular software technology. For doing this, I'm working with an incredible crew of students, colleagues and enthusiasts to make blue-sky ideas real.

Selected innovations I was involved in:
- the first intelligent code completion system, in the Eclipse IDE, it has triggered a lot of work on intelligent and data-driven development environments which help software engineers daily.
- the first static analysis system for Android, it has been used for detecting malware and plenty of other apps analyses for a safer mobile life.
- the most advanced library for analyzing and transforming Java source code (Spoon), it is the foundation of major other inventions (at MIT) and commercial products (eg PVS Studio Java).

Recent posts by Prof Martin Monperrus

Tiers
Thumb up!
$10 or more per month

I support this research! 


Benefit: you receive unique news of Luc Esape and Repairnator before the rest of the world. 

Support an Internship
$100 or more per month

You partially support an intern, a brilliant student carefully selected, who works on the Repairnator project. She/he is trained to do novel software technology and research that matter.


You get all benefits of previous tiers +  a personal introduction to those brilliant students.

Official Research Funding
$1,000 or more per month

You're a game changer:  with this tier, you contribute to 20% of a full-time PhD position, and you contribute to train talented students from all over the world to get a PhD. 


Benefits:

+ all benefits of previous tiers.

+ you can publicly communicate about your contribution to this project in marketing and communication campaigns.



Platinum Research Funding
$15,000 or more per month

You make a very strong contribution to research, a key enabler to recruit 2 PhD students exclusively working on artificial intelligence for software development.

 

Benefits:

+ all benefits of previous tiers

+ invitation to join a yearly, invitation only, one-day conference about the coolest research on artificial intelligence for software development.