Lisa is a Software Engineer at Google Zurich. Her research focuses on improving the usability of analysis tools for code developers through different aspects that range from the optimization of the analysis algorithm to the implementation of its framework to the usability of its interface. In general, her research spans scalable static analysis, usable tooling, and secure software engineering, winning her an ACM SIGSOFT Distinguished paper award, the first place at the PLDI ACM Student Research Competition, and an ISSS Excellence Award. She co-chairs the ECOOP'20 Artifact Evaluation track. She received her Ph.D. from Paderborn University in 2019 and her M.Sc. from EPFL in 2014.