Dr. KEUNG Wai Jacky (姜煒)

BSc Sydney, PhD New South Wales, MACM, MIEEE       

Visiting address
YEUNG-B6418
Phone: +852 34422591

Author IDs

Willing to take PhD students: yes

Biography

Dr. Keung received the B.Sc (Hons) in Computer Science from the University of Sydney, and the Ph.D in Software Engineering from the University of New South Wales, Australia, under Professor Barbara Kitchenham and Prof. Ross Jeffery. He was then a Research Scientist in the Software Systems Research Group at NICTA (now DATA61, CSIRO) based in Sydney Australia prior to returning Hong Kong.

He is an active software engineering researcher, and his main research area is in software effort and cost estimation, empirical modeling and evaluation of complex systems, and intensive data mining for software engineering data in the cloud. He has worked with a number of software companies and government departments across Asia Pacific and attracted funding supports for research projects from both the government and the industry which had been successfully carried out. His research work have been published in prestigious journals including IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, Empirical Software Engineering Journal, Information and Software Technology, the Journal of Systems and Software, Automated Software Engineering and many other leading journals and conferences. 

Dr. Keung is also the vice-president of IEEE Hong Kong Section Computer Society Chapter since 2016. 

Prizes/Honours

  • IEEE Hong Kong Competition on Cloud Computing 2011 – Silver Award Most innovative cloud computing mobile application, Hong Kong
  • IEEE ASWEC 2010 Best Paper Award Australian Software Engineering Conference, Auckland, New Zealand
  • IEEE ICIW 2010 Best Paper Award International Conference on Internet and Web Applications and Services, Barcelona, Spain
  • IEEE ASWEC 2008 Best Paper Award Australian Software Engineering Conference, Perth
  • IEEE APSEC 2007 Best Paper Award Asia Pacific Software Engineering Conference, Japan
  • IEEE ISESE 2006 Best Paper Award International Symposium on Empirical Software Engineering, Brazil

Research Interests/Areas

  • Software Engineering
  • Metrics and Mesasurements
  • Empirical Experiments
  • Software Effort Estimation
  • Data Mining and Analytics
  • Machine Learning
  • Information Retrieval
  • Cloud Computing
  • Resource Provisioning