I accepted an offer by “MHP – A Porsche Company” starting from this month (May). I will continue working on relevant software engineer topics in an applied industrial context.
Thank you all for your support during my academic career!
Our short paper entitled “Thoughts on the Evolution Towards Model-Integrating Software” was accepted at the “Modellbasierte und modellgetriebene Softwaremodernisierung” (MMSM) Workshop, co-located with the Modellierung 2016 Conference in Karlsruhe. Many thanks to the reviewers and for the nice and in-depth discussions at the workshop!
Our short paper entitled “Model-Integrating Microservices: A Vision Paper” was accepted at the Continuous Software Engineering (CSE) Workshop, co-located with the Software Engineering Conference 2016 in Vienna. Many thanks to the reviewers for their valuable feedback before preparing the camera-ready version.
“In Germany’s CHE Ranking 2015/2016, the department of computer science at the University of Koblenz-Landau received top scores. In particular, the categories “studying situation as a whole” as well as “supervision by lecturers” earned excellent ratings.”
For more information, please refer to the original post by our colleagues from WEST about the current CHE scores.
At least a few people seem to be interested in reading my book. This is great to see!
If you are interested in model-driven engineering, models at runtime, software architecture and self-adaptive software or dynamic software product lines, then you should start reading it, too!
Two papers I worked on with colleagues were accepted for publication:
- “On the Need for Transactional Models@Run.Time” (Models@Run.Time 2015 Workshop)
- “Challenges for Model-Integrating Components” (ModComp 2015 Workshop)
A special thanks goes to the anonymous reviewers for their valuable feedback (which we will work into the camera-ready versions, of course)!
My first book, i.e., my dissertation, can now be ordered at Springer. Thanks to everyone who supported me!
My book will appear shortly (within the next 4 weeks). You can already take a glimpse at its cover.
Model-Integrating Software Components
Our short paper entitled “Enabling Technologies for Longevity of Software” was accepted and will be presented at the 2nd Collaborative Workshop on Evolution and Maintenance of Long-Living Software Systems (EMLS’15) in Dresden.
A small interview with me and three other selected young researchers is now available as a part of the article “Devising the Future of the Models@run.time Workshop”: