New homepage: https://rishabhmit.bitbucket.io/
Hi, I am a researcher in the RISE group at Microsoft Research. I work on developing new program synthesis techniques for helping programmers, end-users, and students. Apart from research, I enjoy playing bridge and I’m honored to have been selected for the Indian junior national bridge team.
BlinkFill: Semi-supervised Programming by Examples to appear at VLDB 2016
Quantitative Program Repair to appear at CAV 2016
Probabilistic Semantic Transformations in Excel to appear at POPL 2016
Conversational Programmers: An Industrial Perspective to appear at CHI 2016
FlashProg disambiguating interface to be presented at UIST 2015
FlashFill’s Ranking system to be presented at CAV 2015
George M. Sprowls Award for Best Dissertation in CS, MIT, 2014
So proud of my PRIMES high-school students Amy Chou and Justin Kaashoek. MAA Poster (JMM 2014) and semi-finalist in Siemens Competition 2014 for their work on Automated Puzzle Generation.
Submitted my dissertation Accessible Programming using Program Synthesis.
Modular Synthesis work featured as the spotlight on MIT Homepage!
Co-organizing the 1st Syntax-Guided Synthesis competition at CAV 2014 (FLOC 2014)