I am a post-doc at the software engineering for critical systems group at University of Koblenz-Landau. Before that, I was a research assistant at the software engineering group at University of Marburg, where I also completed my Ph.D. thesis.
In my research, I want to help software developers build reliable and secure software systems. Much of my research is concerned with software models, which are a cornerstone for facilitating software design, implementation, testing, and analysis. Since models can encapsulate intricate domain knowledge, they are very suitable for supporting the development of variability-intensive and secure and privacy-preserving systems. I also have a focus on model transformations, and combine them with search-based techniques to explore large spaces of design alternatives.
If you are interested in my work, want to collaborate with me, or have any questions, please contact me.
October 2017. I will be a publication co-chair for MODELS'18 and a PC member for the first International Workshop on Model Management and Analytics (MOMA3N). Please consider submitting.
September 2017. Article accepted in Journal of Software and Systems Modeling.
August 2017. Article accepted in Festschrift for the Memory of Hartmut Ehrig.
June 2017. Article accepted in Formal Aspects of Computing.
May 2017. I will serve on the artifact evaluation committee for MODELS'17. I will also be a program committee member of FlexMDE@MoDELS'17 and the tutorials track of Modellierung'18. Please consider submitting.
February 2017. Attended the FOSD Meeting, hosted by TU Darmstadt.
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