An Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Montclair State University, I co-direct the Software Systems lab at the Center for Computing and Information Science.

I am interested in software development planning, analysis, and management, and particularly in improving software quality by improving the processes and practices involved in software development. My research applies an interdisciplinary approach to various phases of the software development process. My research on human factors that impact software design focuses specifically on bringing a Cognitive Psychology style interpretation to how intentions and biases can be encoded into software design artifacts and the final software product itself. I have also applied machine learning and data mining techniques to textual datasets containing software requirements, software inspection reports, and software security and vulnerability data.

The objective of my doctoral project
(with, Dr. Gursimran Singh Walia and Dr. Jeffrey C. Carver) was to integrate Software Engineering and Cognitive Psychology research, with the goal of developing
human cognition based methods for improving software process/product quality.

Aug 2018   PhD, Software Engineering
North Dakota State University
May 2013   MS, Software Engineering
North Dakota State University

  Research Interests
# Requirements Engineering
# Human Error in Software Engineering
# Software Security

 Empirical Software Engineering
# Verification & Validation
# Software Quality Improvement 
Vaibhav Anu
Assistant Professor


  Office  CCIS 327
  Phone  973-655-4362 
  Address  Dept. of Computer Science
Montclair State University
1 Normal Avenue

NJ 07043 


"In a humble state, you learn better. I can't find anything else very exciting about humility, but at least there's that." ~ John Dooner

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