Dr. Lucas Layman
My primary research interest is the study of computer programming from a human cognition perspective to create practical tools for improving everyday software development. I am also interested in empirical software engineering, agile software development, and social aspects of computer science education. Much of my previous research has focused on industrial case studies to empirically assess the efficacy of agile software development techniques. I have also studied the sociological and pedagogical issues surrounding women and minorities in computer science education.
- SERC-2009-TR-004-1-Evaluation of Systems Engineering Methods, Processes and Tools on Department of Defense and Intelligence Community Programs – Phase II
- SERC-2009-TR-002-1-Evaluation of Systems Engineering Methods, Processes and Tools on Department of Defense and Intelligence Community Programs
- SERC-2012-TR-033-1-Systems Engineering for Contingency Basing