Jamie Davis

 Jamie Davis


Assistant Professor 


PhD in Computer Science from Virginia Tech (2020)

Notable Awards

Fall 2021: Teaching–Recognized for high student evaluation scores (∼100 faculty in College of Eng.) 2021

ASE 2021 Distinguished PC Member Award 2021

VIP Outstanding Team Mentor Award, Purdue TensorFlow Team 2021

ACM Distinguished Paper Award, ESEC/FSE 2020 2020

Outstanding Graduate Student Service Award, CS@VT 2020

Second place, Grand Finals of the ACM Graduate Student Research Competition 2020

First place, Graduate Student Research Competition, ESEC/FSE 2019 2019

ACM Distinguished Paper Award, ASE 2019 2019

ACM Distinguished Paper Award, ESEC/FSE 2018 2018

Microsoft Security Researcher Acknowledgments (Regex DoS) 2018

Pratt Fellowship, Virginia Tech College of Engineering 2017–2019

Davenport Fellowship, Virginia Tech College of Engineering 2019

Graduate Fellow, VT Academy for Global Engineering 2019–2020

IBM Significant Contributor Award (Node.js) 2018

IBM Poughkeepsie’s New hire of the month 2014

Frederica Clarkson Award 2012

Clarkson University’s Outstanding Senior (x2): Mathematics, Computer science 2012

Clarkson University Phalanx Commendable Leadership 2011 


Professor Davis studies safe and secure software engineering for cyber- and cyber-physical systems. My research is grounded
in empirical measurements of the software engineering process, the engineered product, and its usage context. 

Coming Up!

Our annual security symposium will be March 28th and 29th, 2023.
Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN

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