Seminar : Winter Term 2008 / 2009

News

  • Update 23.03.09 : Seminar certificates are available: Students associated with AG Softwaretechnik seminar topics should contact Ms. Stengel, everyone else should contact Ms. Jerkku.
  • Update 09.02.09 : Presentation slides available
  • Update 04.02.09 : Minor changes in presentation schedule
  • Update 12.01.09 : Reviews available
  • Update 05.01.09 : Preliminary term papers available
  • Update 17.12.08 : Presentation dates fixed
  • Update 10.12.08 : Review allocation fixed
  • Update 04.11.08 : Term paper examples added
  • Update 22.10.08 : New free topics added
  • Update 17.10.08 : Room for second stage allocation fixed
  • Update 09.10.08 : Topics updated
  • Update 08.10.08 : Schedule / topics updated

Content

In winter semester, four working groups in the field of teaching “Software engineering and programming”

host a joint seminar. The goal of the seminar is to give the students the opportunity to get acquainted with the research fields of these groups.

Schedule and Deadlines

General meetings:

  • 27.10.2008 (Monday) 17:00: Persons Kickoff meeting and second stage topic allocation in room 32-439. A short introduction to each free topic will be given by the assigned supervisor. All students should attend.

Term paper deadlines:

  • 24.11.2008 (Monday) 12:00: Deadline: Annotated table of contents
  • 05.01.2009 (Monday) 12:00: Warning Deadline: Preliminary version of term paper
  • 12.01.2009 (Monday) 12:00: Warning Deadline: Review of two other term papers
  • 26.01.2009 (Monday) 12:00: Warning Deadline: Revised version of term paper

Presentation slides deadlines:

  • Warning Preliminary slides: 3 days before the presentation
  • Warning Final version of slides: 1 day before the presentation

The presentations will take place at the following dates: 02.02.2009, 06.02.2009 and 09.02.2009.

All of the material marked by Warning has to be sent as PDF files by e-mail before the corresponding deadline to Yannick Welsch. You should also send a copy to your supervisor.

Please also note that all deadlines are hard deadlines.

General Remarks

Successful participation in the seminar requires:

Term paper (preliminary and revised version)

  • Approximately ten pages (excluding title page, table of contents, references, figures)
  • LNCS Style

Examples

Term papers from the last years: 1 2 3 4 5

(access password-protected, log-in announced per e-mail)

Term paper review

  • Each student reviews two term papers
  • A review contains
    • Summary
    • Comments to the author
    • Positive and negative aspects
  • At least 400 words
  • LNCS Style

Presentation

  • 30 min. presentation (hard deadline!)
  • 10 min. Q & A
  • 5 min. comments on presentation style
  • At least one question by reviewers of the corresponding term paper

How to fail a seminar …

  • Plagiarism
  • Non-observance of deadlines
  • Non-observance of compulsory attendance
  • Poorly written term paper (e.g. failed scope)
  • Bad presentation

Topics

Bachelor

* Student * * Topic * * Further Information * * Supervisor *
Hristo Nedelkow Task-Based User Interface Design Papers on request Kai Breiner
Dominik Holling Usability Pattern Foundations Papers on request Kai Breiner
Stephan Kremer Tool-based UI-Design improvement using Usability Pattern Papers on request Kai Breiner
Alexander Kabanov Specification and Analysis of Safeware Requirements List of publications Zhensheng Guo
Andreas Kaluza Interface Theories for Component-Based Design Paper Ina Schaefer
Denis Feth New Usability Standards for Med Lit.: Gruchmann, Murphy, IEC62366; VDE60601-1-6 Daniel Kerkow (IESE)
Christian Kapp Cognitive Load, Complexity and MMI Lit.: Workman, Schlick, Ballstaedt, Johannsen, evtl Sweller Daniel Kerkow (IESE)
Eugen Fritzler Cognitive Modelling Papers on request Daniel Kerkow (IESE)
Alexander Mickel Usability Engineering for Embedded Systems - Challenges & Approaches Papers on request Kizito Mukasa (IESE)
Jörg Broschart User Interface Prototyping in Requirements and Usability Engineering Papers on request Kizito Mukasa (IESE)
Julian von Wilmsdorff The E-Programming Language http://erights.org Jan Schäfer
Andrey Skorikov Modular Multiple Dispatch with Multiple Inheritance (in Sun’s new language Fortress) Paper and further informations Yannick Welsch
Raphael Reitzig Non-Interference J. Goguen and J. Meseguer: Security Policies and Security Models Prof. Dr. Alexander Pretschner

Master

* Student * * Topic * * Further Information * * Supervisor *
Daniel Schneider Quantitative Risk-Based Decision Support Paper and further informations Zhensheng Guo
Marius Försch Requirements Analysis using Fault Tree Analysis 1st Paper and 2nd Paper Zhensheng Guo
Michael Yaco Reuse-oriented Requirements Engineering Papers on request Sebastian Adam (IESE)
Kai Bizik Interaction patterns for Med Lit.: Javahery & Seffah Daniel Kerkow (IESE)
Waleri Husti Incident investigation process Papers on request Daniel Kerkow (IESE)
Marius Orfgen Linking Usability/User Interface and Software Architecture Papers on request Kizito Mukasa (IESE)
Johannes Schröder Service Oriented Enterprise Modeling Papers on request Sebastian Adam (IESE)
Mohamed Omer Transactions with Isolation and Cooperation in OOLs Paper %JAN_LINK%
Syeda Huma User Centered vs Safety Critical Lit: Thimbleby, Bligard, Hölscher Daniel Kerkow (IESE)
Hafizul Anwar Bin Raduan Quantitative Information Flow Stephen McCamant and Michael D. Ernst: Quantitative information flow as network flow capacity Prof. Dr. Alexander Pretschner
Muhammad Faisal Inam Information flow at the Java bytecode level Deepak Chandra and Michael Franz: Fine-Grained Information Flow Analysis and Enforcement in a Java Virtual Machine Prof. Dr. Alexander Pretschner
Gvidas Dominauskas Information flow at the machine code level J. Clause, W. Li, A. Orso: Dytan: a generic dynamic taint analysis framework Prof. Dr. Alexander Pretschner
Annie Chunhui AutoFocus2: Model-Based Development of Embedded Systems http://www4.in.tum.de/~af2/ Ina Schaefer

Submissions and Reviews

Bachelor

* N° * * Student * * reviews the work of * * is reviewed by * * Preliminary submission * * Reviews * Final submission
1 Hristo Nedelkow ? / ? ? / ?
2 Dominik Holling 3 / 9 3 download by 3 download
3 Stephan Kremer 2 / 6 2 download by 2 download
4 Alexander Kabanov 9 / 10 9 / 10 download by 9 by 10 download
5 Andreas Kaluza 11 / 13 12 / 13 download by 12 by 13 download
6 Denis Feth 7 / 8 3 / 7 / 8 download by 3 by 7 by 8 download
7 Christian Kapp 6 / 8 6 / 8 download by 6 by 8 download
8 Eugen Fritzler 6 / 7 6 / 7 download by 6 by 7 download
9 Alexander Mickel 4 / 10 2 / 4 / 10 download by 2 by 4 by 10 download
10 Jörg Broschart 4 / 9 4 / 9 download by 4 by 9 download
11 Julian von Wilmsdorff 12 / 13 5 / 12 download by 5 by 12 download
12 Andrey Skorikov 5 / 11 11 / 13 download by 11 by 13 download
13 Raphael Reitzig 5 / 12 5 / 11 download by 5 by 11 download

Master

* N° * * Student * * reviews the work of * * is reviewed by * * Preliminary submission * * Reviews * * Final submission *
1 Daniel Schneider 3 / 7 3 / 4 / 7 download by 3 by 4 by 7 download
2 Marius Försch
3 Michael Yaco 1 / 4 1 / 7 download by 1 by 7 download
4 Kai Bizik 1 / 5 3 / 5 download by 3 by 5 download
5 Waleri Husti 4 / 7 4 download by 4 download
6 Marius Orfgen 8 / 13 8 / 13 download by 8 by 13 download
7 Johannes Schröder 1 / 3 1 / 5 download by 1 by 5 download
8 Mohamed Omer 6 / 13 6 / 13 download by 6 by 13 download
9 Syeda Huma
10 Hafizul Anwar Bin Raduan 11 / 12 11 / 12 download by 11 by 12 download
11 Muhammad Faisal Inam 10 / 12 10 / 12 download by 10 by 12 download
12 Gvidas Dominauskas 10 / 11 10 / 11 download by 10 by 11 download
13 Annie Chunhui 6 / 8 6 / 8 download by 6 by 8 download

Presentations

A zip file containing all the presentations can be found here.

Bachelor

06.02.2009 (University of Kaiserslautern Room 34/420)

13:00 Raphael Reitzig
13:45 Alexander Kabanov
14:45 Alexander Mickel
15:30 Jörg Broschart

09.02.2009 (Fraunhofer IESE Room Z.13.07)

10:30 Andreas Kaluza
11:15 Julian von Wilmsdorff
13:00 Dominik Holling
13:45 Stephan Kremer
14:45 Denis Feth
15:30 Christian Kapp
16:15 Eugen Fritzler

Master

02.02.2009 (Fraunhofer IESE Room Z.13.07)

09:45 Daniel Schneider
10:30 Michael Yaco
11:15 Johannes Schröder
13:00 Kai Bizik
13:45 Waleri Husti
14:45 Marius Orfgen
15:30 Annie Chunhui

06.02.2009 (University of Kaiserslautern Room 34/420)

09:45 Hafizul Anwar Bin Raduan
10:30 Gvidas Dominauskas
11:15 Mohamed Omer

Contact

If you have any questions concerning our seminar please send an e-mail to Yannick Welsch.