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Adrian Hernandez-Mendez

Last modified Apr 7
Adrian Hernandez-Mendez
Software Engineering of Business Information Systems (sebis)
Chair for Informatics 19
Institute for Informatics
Technische Universität München
Boltzmannstraße 3
D-85748 Garching
Phone: +49 89 289-17114
Fax : +49 89 289-17136
Email: adrian.hernandez [at]
Room : FMI 01.12.060

Research Interests

Model-Based Web Application Development Model-Based User Interfaces Data-driven visualizations Social Software Context-aware computing Web APIs Tabular Data

Curriculum Vitae

Adrian Hernandez-Mendez is research assistant at the chair for Software Engineering of Business Information Systems at the Technische Universität München since December 2014. His research interests center Model-Based User Interfaces, Data-driven visualizations and Model-Based Web Application Development.

Adrian Hernandez-Mendez holds a  Master of Science in Applied Informatics degree from "José Antonio Echeverría" Higher Polytechnic Institute (Habana/Cuba) since 2014.




[AHM17] Hernandez-Mendez, A.; Tielitz A; Matthes, F.: A Tool for Discovering User Interface Models in Component-based Web Applications. In: Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Web Information Systems and Technologies (WEBIST), Porto, Portugal, 2017
[Re16a] Reschenhofer, T.; Bhat, M.; Hernandez-Mendez, A.; Matthes, F.: Lessons Learned in Aligning Data and Model Evolution in Collaborative Information Systems.  In: Proceedings of the International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE), Austin, Texas USA, 2016
[HMM14] Hernández-Méndez, A.; Matthes, N.; Matthes, F.: Architecting Intelligent Content Management Software as a Service for Cuba's Enterprises , X Congreso Internacional de Gestión Empresarial y Administración Pública GESEMAP 2014.


Term Title Role Type
SS 2015 IN2309, IN2126: Advanced Topics of Software Engineering Advisor Lecture
WS 2015/2016 IN2106, IN7106: Master Lab Course Web Applications Docent, Advisor Lab Course
SS 2016 IN2309, IN2126: Advanced Topics of Software Engineering Advisor Lecture

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