Preetha Chatterjee is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science at Drexel University. Her research interests are primarily in software engineering, with an emphasis on improving software engineers’ tools and environments through data mining, text analysis and machine learning. She is especially interested in mining software repositories at a large scale, extending data analytics solutions to transform the plethora of information available in software artifacts into actionable nuggets of knowledge and tools, useful for both software engineers and researchers. Through her research, she intends to enable advances in areas including building/enhancing recommender systems for developers, information retrieval tasks from unstructured developer communications, and understanding human aspects of software engineering.
Software engineering, machine learning and natural language processing applications to software engineering, software data analytics, mining software repositories, empirical software engineering
- PhD, Computer Science, University of Delaware
- MS, Computer Science, University of Delaware