Welcome to SE-Colloquium, our almost weekly appointment for talks on software engineering research. We host presentations of works by our students (including, but not limited to, thesis presentations and research or implementation projects), our research team, and invited guests.
Our regular schedule is every Thursday, from 14:00 to 15:30, room 1.212, Universitätsstraße 38, 70569 Stuttgart, Germany.
Proposals for presentations about student works should be sent to their own supervisors.
Proposals for any other presentation can be sent to Dr. Daniel Graziotin.
Attending the Colloquium as audience is free to the public, no registration required, and it is very welcome by the SE-ISTE group.
Infos and rules
- For projects started after February 2020: English is preferred.
- Intermediate Presentation (Zwischenvortrag)
- 10 min presentation + 10 min discussion.
- Only BSc and MSc theses, ca. 1 month in.
- Final Presentation (Abschlussvortrag)
- 20 min presentation + 10 min discussion.
- All project types, ca. 6 months in.
|01.10.2020||Final MSc study: The role of software engineering in the digitalization of organizations – a systematic mapping study||Rainer Huß, Maria Akouta, Sascha Zeller||Dr. Daniel Graziotin|
Final MSc thesis: Investigating the relationship between conscientiousness and the performance in solving coding challenges
|29.10.2020||Final MSc study:
Factors leading to retention and organizational turnover in software engineering: a grounded theory study
Steffen Schneider, Magnus Specht
|Dr. Daniel Graziotin|
|Final MSc thesis: Java Interface for Secure Crypto Config||Lisa-Marie Teis||Kai Mindermann|
|Final MSc study: Comparing automatically and manually generated pull requests regarding potential discrimination against bots||Tobias Haller, Christian Müller, Raoul Ghit||Marvin Wyrich|
|05.11.2020||Final BSc thesis: Erklärbarkeit von Bildklassifikation mittels Interpretierbarer Neuronaler Netzwerke||Marius Pelzer||Nina Schaaf, Dr. Justus Bogner|
|Intermediate BSc thesis: Tool Support for Systematic Literature Reviews: Analyzing Existing Solutions and the Potential for Automation||Burak Karakan||Dr. Justus Bogner|
|12.11.2020||Final MSc thesis: Factors leading to retention and organizational turnover in software engineering: a conceptual model||Matthias Gürtler||Dr. Daniel Graziotin|
|Final MSc thesis: Experimental investigation of the consequences of expected source code understandability||Lasse Merz||Marvin Wyrich
|Intermediate MSc thesis: Data Integration and Analysis Approaches in the Context of Automotive Events: A Case Study with Active Driver Assistance Systems||Markus Haug||Matthias Gut, Dr. Justus Bogner|
|19.11.2020||Final MSc thesis: Conception, design and development of an efficient end-to-end test automation of an automotive Measurement, Calibration and Diagnostics (MCD) system
||Shyamkumar Dhirajlal Bhingaradiya||Prashantha Nettur Ramachandra Rao, Jinghua Yu|
|26.11.2020||Final BSc thesis: Communication and Generic Interfaces between IDEs and Static Analysis Tools||Till PröIß||Sara Ghatta|
|20.01.2021||Final BSc thesis: Current and future directions of sentiment analysis in software engineering: a systematic mapping study||Daniel Oberfranke||Dr. Daniel Graziotin|
|25.02.2021||Final BSc thesis: Developing a digital signage solution for office presence||Christoph Goller||Jinghua Yu, Cornelius Rusch|