My name is Pavel Senin and this is my homepage.
I'm a PhD candidate at the Department of Information and Computer Sciences at UH Manoa and working on discovery and assessment of recurrent behaviors in software development at Collaborative Software Development Laboratory.
I have MS in Computer Science from UH at Manoa and ABD in Mathematics from Rostov State University. During the course of my studies in Rostov I was really interested in AI & NLP and spent time making computers to understand human language. Nowadays, my interests lie mostly in Software Engineering and Bioinformatics. My PhD research is focused on the Software development process and I am developing the Hackystat-Trajectory package which is the part of the Hackystat system. While Trajectory provides means for visualization of software-process artifact trails, the main goal is to aid a discovery of recurrent behaviors (processes) in software development. My full research portfolio can be found here, and my short CV here.
At the moment I'm working at Biometrics and Artificial Intelligence team at INRA. Previously I've worked at INP Toulouse, ENSAT - decyphering mechanisms of Tomato ripening, at INRIA Rennes - figuring out mechanisms of olfaction, at Los Alamos National Laboratory, DOE-JGI, and at ASGPB, Hawaii - where we worked on a transgenic Papaya genome.
Feel free to email me: senin [at] hawaii.edu.