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Advanced Seminar

Last modified Dec 3

Content and goals

In this seminar, the latest research results and current projects of our chair are presented. The presentations take place in blocks and compose of:

  • Presentations of planned, ongoing and completed scientific papers by the particular students

  • Reports on ongoing dissertations

  • Reports on current projects

  • Business and research guest lectures

  • Technology discussions and presentations

The participation at the advanced seminar is obligatory for all students registered for a Diploma Thesis, Bachelor's Thesis, Master´s Thesis, an IDP, SEP or Guided Research. The student´s presence as well as his participation will influence the evaluation of the student´s grade. Furthermore, every student has to do a final presentation on his or her findings (30 minutes, including 10 minutes of discussion). Additionally, a presentation at the beginning of the research is required (20 minutes, including 5 minutes of discussion). For scheduling a presentation date, the student has to contact his or her advisor. The first-come-first-serve principle will be used.

Guidelines for students

Plesase refer to the Guidelines for student research projects. They provide a detailed process description every student has to adhere to. 

Schedule

Date (room) Time  Presenter Advisor Topic Type

10.02.2020

Montag

(FMI 01.10.011)

12:15-12:45        
12:45-13:15        
13:15-13:45        

03.02.2020

Montag

(FMI 01.10.011)

12:15-12:45        
12:45-13:15        
13:15-13:45        

27.01.2020

Montag

(FMI 01.10.011)

12:15-12:45        
12:45-13:15        
13:15-13:45        

20.01.2020

Montag

(FMI 01.10.011)

12:15-12:45 Thomas Hain Ulrich Gallersdörfer MA Abschluss
12:45-13:15 Mihailo Rajacic Gloria Bondel

Collaborative Development of Open APIs - Status Quo and Ideas for Improvements

MA Kick-off
13:15-13:45 Duygu Akdemir Fatih Yilmaz Observing the Collaboration of Enterprise Architects in an Association of Organizations MA Abschluss

13.01.2020

Montag

(FMI 01.10.011)

12:15-12:45 Sophie Buchelt Ömer Uludag   MA Antritt
12:45-13:15 Katharina Kusche Ömer Uludag   MA Antritt
13:15-13:45        

16.12.2019

Montag

(FMI 01.10.011)

12:15-12:45 Friederike Groschupp Ulrich Gallersdörfer MA Antritt
12:45-13:15 Georg Bonczek Ingo Glaser Exploring Challenges and Opportunities for Increasing Reuse in NLP Application Development MA Abschluss
13:15-13:45 Pascal Philipp Ömer Uludag Exploring the Impact of Adopting SAFe Portfolio on Architecture: A Multiple-Case Study of Large IT Organizations MA Abschluss

09.12.2019

Montag

(FMI 01.10.011)

12:15-12:45        
12:45-13:15        
13:15-13:45        

02.12.2019

Montag

(FMI 01.10.011)

12:15-12:45 Melisa Uluer Ömer Uludag

An Empirical Study of a Large-Scale Agile Transformation of an Online Retailer

BA Antritt
12:45-13:15 Louis Zschaler Ömer Uludag 

Observing best practices to address recurring concerns of product managers and product owners in large-scale agile development

MA Abschluss
13:15-13:45 Abraham Duplaa Daniel Braun Adaptive Automatic Summarization of German Press Releases from Public Institutions MA Antritt

25.11.2019

Montag

(FMI 01.10.011)

12:15-12:45        
12:45-13:15        
13:15-13:45        

18.11.2019

Montag

(FMI 01.10.011)

12:15-12:45 Michael Vilser Dominik Huth Empirical Task Analysis of Data Protection Management BA Abschluss
12:45-13:15 Benedikt Labrenz Ingo Glaser Document Automation Tool Study for Legal Authority Use Cases MA Abschluss
13:15-13:45 Martin Schäffner Ulrich Gallersdörfer MA Abschluss

11.11.2019

Montag

(FMI 01.10.011)

12:15-12:45 Oliver Knapp Ingo Glaser Metadata Extraction of German Legal Judgments BA Antritt
12:45-13:15 Niels Holz Ömer Uludag

Observing the Learning Process of a Large-Scale Agile Development Program - A Case Study from the Technology Sector

MA Antritt
13:15-13:45        

04.11.2019

Montag

(FMI 01.10.011)

12:15-12:45 Tom Schamberger Ingo Glaser Anonymization of German Legal Documents Abschluss BA
12:45-13:15 Nektarios Machner Martin Kleehaus Assessing the Cost and Benefit of a Microservice Landscape Discovery Method in the Automotive Industry MA Abschluss
13:15-13:45 Silvia Severini Ahmed Elnaggar Multi-Task Deep Learning in the Software Development Domain Ma Abschluss

28.10.2019

Montag

(FMI 01.10.011)

12:15-12:45        
12:45-13:15        
13:15-13:45        

21.10.2019

Montag

(FMI 01.10.011)

12:15-12:45 Tobias Eyl Ingo Glaser An Approach for A Semantic Information Extraction of Decisions of The Federal Court of Justice BA Abschluss
12:45-13:15 Dominik Gerbershagen Ulrich Gallersdörfer

MA Antritt
13:15-13:45 Shun Long Hong Ömer Uludag

Investigating the Lessons Learned on the Introduction of Scaling Agile Frameworks in Large Organizations

GR Abschluss

07.10.2019

Montag

(FMI 01.10.011)

12:15-12:45 Tobias Dümmling Ingo Glaser A Methodology to Evaluate the Feasibility of Automation with Natural Language Processing
MA Abschluss
12:45-13:15 Ludwig Achhammer Martin Kleehaus Assessing the Cost and Benefit of a Microservice Landscape Discovery Method Ma Abschluss
13:15-13:45        
13:45- 14:15        

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