Caroline Lemieux is a final-year PhD Candidate at UC Berkeley in the Department of Computer Science. Through her work, she aims to help developers improve the correctness, security, and performance of software systems. In her PhD research, she focuses on automatic test-input generation, particularly fuzz testing. Outside of her great academic track-record, Caroline has also gained experience interning at Google and Microsoft. In 2019, she was awarded a Google PhD Fellowship in Programming Technologies and Software Engineering.

Articles by Author

OSS-Fuzz Now Supports Java

CI News: Jazzer Now Integrated Into OSS-Fuzz

Just a few weeks ago, we published Jazzer, our coverage-guided fuzzing engine for the Java Virtual Machine. Today, we're proud to announce that we integrated our Java fuzzer into Google's OSS-Fuzz. Now, open-source projects can use Google’s infrastructure and computing power to secure their Java libraries.

Caroline Lemieux is a final-year PhD candidate, at the University of California, Berkeley. In...

Subscribe to our Newsletter!