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Advanced Seminar

Last modified Jun 17

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

02.09.2019

Montag

(FMI 01.10.011)

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

19.08.2019

Montag

(FMI 01.10.011)

12:15-12:45 Arif Cerit Gloria Bondel   Abschluss MA
12:45-13:15        
13:15-13:45        

05.08.2019

Montag

(FMI 01.10.011)

12:15-12:45 Moritz Schüll Ömer Uludag  Empirical studies to identify coordination- and methodology patterns in large-scale agile development

Abschluss BA

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

29.07.2019

Montag

(FMI 01.10.011)

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

22.07.2019

Montag

(FMI 01.10.011)

12:15-12:45 Michael Vilser Dominik Huth Empirical Task Analysis of Data Protection Management Antritt BA
12:45-13:15        
13:15-13:45        

08.07.2019

Montag

(FMI 01.10.011)

12:15-12:45 Fabian Thomas Ingo Glaser A System to Support Research of Legal Terms in German Statutory Texts and Court Decisions Antritt MA
12:45-13:15 Marc Roy Daniel Braun    
13:15-13:45        

01.07.2019

Montag

(FMI 01.10.011)

12:15-12:45 Louis Leonardo Zschaler Ömer Uludag

Empirical studies to identify best practices for addressing recurring concerns of product managers and product owners in large-scale agile development

Antritt MA
12:45-13:15 Aamna Najmi Ahmed Elnaggar Imputation of missing Product Information using Deep Learning: A Use Case on the Amazon Product Catalogue  Abschluss MA
13:15-13:45 Martin Schäffner Ulrich Gallersdörfer Antritt MA

24.06.2019

Montag

(FMI 01.10.011)

12:15-12:45 Benedikt Labrenz Ingo Glaser

A Study of Requirements and Tools for Document Automation

Antritt MA
12:45-13:15 Georg Bonczek Ingo Glaser Exploring Challenges and Opportunities for Increasing Reuse in NLP Application Development Antritt MA
13:15-13:45 Maximilian Doepp Ömer Uludag

Using Multiteam Systems Theory and Team Work Quality to Identify Influence Factors for Measuring the Performance of Agile Teams in Large-Scale Agile Development

Abschluss MA

17.06.2019

Montag

(FMI 01.10.011)

12:15-12:45 Oleksandra Klymenko Daniel Braun Automatic Documentation of Results During Online Architectural Meetings Abschluss MA
12:45-13:15 Malte Brockmann Patrick Holl    
13:15-13:45 Simon Müller  Ömer Uludag

Identifying viewpoint-pattern candidates to address recurring concerns in agile software development

Antritt BA

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