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Sascha Nägele

Last modified Aug 5

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    +49 89 289-17129
Fax   +49 89 289-17136
Email   sascha.naegele [at] tum.de

 

Room FMI 01.12.055

Office hours: by appointment

 

                                                    

 

Curriculum Vitae

Sascha Nägele is a researcher at the chair for Software Engineering of Business Information Systems at the Technical University Munich. He holds a M.Sc. in Information Systems ("Wirtschaftsinformatik") and has joined the chair in May 2019. Sascha is passionate about technology itself as well as the business-, human- and process-centered aspects of IT. Therefore, he especially enjoys working at the intersection between technical implementation and user-centered problem-solving of relevant business problems.  

His prior experience includes various positions in the Software Engineering domain, working in different capacities (e. g. Software Engineer, Agile Coach, Requirements Engineer) on various projects and technologies. He also gained experience in Enterprise Architecture Management and IT-strategy. Currently, in addition to his research activities, he is active in the IT-security domain, providing consultancy and implementation.

 

Research Interests

Legal Tech / Machine Learning

Enterprise Architecture Management

Agile Software Engineering

 

 

 

Publications

[Ul20]

Uludağ, Ö.; Nägele, S.; Hauder, M.; Matthes, F.: A Tool Supporting Architecture Principles and Guidelines in Large-Scale Agile Development, Architecting the Digital Transformation, Springer, 2020.

  [Ul19]

Uludağ, Ö.; Nägele, S.; Hauder, M.: Establishing Architecture Guidelines in Large-Scale Agile Development Through Institutional Pressures, AMCIS: Americas Conference on Information Systems, Cancún, 2019.

[Na18]

Nägele, S.: Participatory establishment of guidelines through gamification and automated testing in large-scale agile software development - Master's ThesisTechnische Universität München, Munich, Germany, 2018.