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Pascal Philipp

Last modified May 25

Faculty of Informatics
Chair of Informatics 19
Software Engineering for Business Information Systems (sebis)    

Technische Universität München 
Boltzmannstraße 3
85748 Garching bei München, Germany

Phone  TBA
Fax TBA
Email pascal.philipp [at] tum.de

 

Room FMI 01.12.038
Office hours: by appointment

 

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I offer motivated students the opportunity to write their thesis or guided research within the research project Autonomous Company. Contact me for further information.


Research Topics

Status Level Topic

Start date

Industry partners Programming skills
Open Master’s Thesis Goals and KPIs in agile projects: A systematic literature review ASAP Not required Not required

 

Curriculum Vitae

Mr. Philipp joined the chair for Software Engineering of Business Information Systems at the Technical University Munich in January 2020. He holds a master's degree in Information Systems. During his studies, he spent a semester abroad at Newcastle University (UK) and gained work experience through internships at MHP, PricewaterhouseCoopers, and Deutsche Bank. 

 

Research Interests

Autonomous Company

LegalTech & German Natural Language Processing

Scaled Agile IT Organizations

 

Publications

2020
TBAUludağ, Ö.; Philipp, P.; Matthes, F.: A Systematic Mapping Study on Large-Scale Agile Software Development.

 

Research Projects

 

Autonomous Company
The idea of this research project is to investigate how Artificial Intelligence and Big Data can be exploited to establish fully-automated software engineering project management processes, including project acquisition, agile project management, and project completion. This research project is performed in close collaboration with our project partner Motius GmbH. more here ...

 

AI-Supported Legal Review of Terms and Conditions to Strengthen Consumer Protection
The advancing digitization is increasingly influencing everyday work in so-called “knowledge-intensive” professions. Software that supports experts in dealing with legal texts and questions is often summarized under the term "Legal Tech". In theory, it can help make legal expertise available more quickly and cheaply, and hence making it more accessible, especially for consumers. In practice, however, the necessary technologies are often only available to commercial actors. The goal of AGB-Check is the development of innovative technologies that support legal knowledge workers in their efforts to represent the interests of consumer in the digital age better and more effectively. more here ...

 

Teaching (in reverse chronological order)

Term Level Title Type Role
WS 20 / 21 Bachelor Software Engineering betrieblicher Anwendungen - Bachelorkurs Lecture Advisor
SS 20 Master EAM Miniprojekte Seminar Advisor
SS 20 Master Software Engineering for Business Applications - Master Course Lecture & Projects Advisor