Amid COVID-19 times, I am offering consultations either per e-mail or as video-conference meetings with Webex.
For the latter, please e-mail (GPG public key) me anyway to arrange an appointment.
I can accomodate different office hours by e-mail appointment, provided that I am contacted at least a week before the intended appointment.
- Behavioral software engineering
- Empirical software engineering
- Human aspects of software engineering
- Tennant, Jonathan, Agarwal, R., Bazdarić, K., Brassard, D., Crick, T., Dunleavy, D. J., Evans, T. R., Gardner, N., Gonzalez-Marquez, M., Graziotin, D., & others. (2020). A tale of two’opens’: intersections between Free and Open Source Software and Open Scholarship. https://doi.org/10.31235/osf.io/2kxq8
- Tennant, J. P., Penders, B., Ross-Hellauer, T., Marušić, A., Squazzoni, F., Mackay, A. W., Madan, C. R., Shaw, D. M., Alam, S., Mehmani, B., Graziotin, D., & Nicholas, D. (2019). Boon, bias or bane? The potential influence of reviewer recommendations on editorial decision-making. European Science Editing, 45(1), Article 1. https://doi.org/10.20316/ese.2019.45.18013
- Koetter, F., Blohm, M., Drawehn, J., Kochanowski, M., Goetzer, J., Graziotin, D., & Wagner, S. (2019). Conversational Agents for Insurance Companies: From Theory to Practice. In H. J. van den Herik, A. P. Rocha, & L. Steels (Eds.), International Conference on Agents and Artificial Intelligence (pp. 338–362). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-37494-5_17
- Tennant, Jonathan, Beamer, J. E., Bosman, J., Brembs, B., Chung, N. C., Clement, G., Crick, T., Dugan, J., Dunning, A., Eccles, D., Enkhbayar, A., Graziotin, D., Harding, R., Havemann, J., Katz, D. S., Khanal, K., Kjaer, J. N., Koder, T., Macklin, P., … Turner, A. (2019). Foundations for Open Scholarship Strategy Development. https://doi.org/10.31222/osf.io/b4v8p
- Mendez, D., Graziotin, D., Wagner, S., & Seibold, H. (2019). Open Science in Software Engineering. ArXiv Preprint ArXiv:1904.06499.
- Wang, Y., Graziotin, D., Kriso, S., & Wagner, S. (2019). Communication channels in safety analysis: An industrial exploratory case study. Journal of Systems and Software, 153, 135–151. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jss.2019.04.004
- Wagner, S., Mendez, D., Felderer, M., Graziotin, D., & Kalinowski, M. (2019). Challenges in survey research. ArXiv Preprint ArXiv:1908.05899.
- Wyrich, M., Graziotin, D., & Wagner, S. (2019). A theory on individual characteristics of successful coding challenge solvers. PeerJ Computer Science, 5, e173. https://doi.org/10.7717/peerj-cs.173
- Graziotin, D., & Fagerholm, F. (2019). Happiness and the Productivity of Software Engineers (C. Sadowski & T. Zimmermann, Eds.; pp. 109–124). Apress, Berkeley, CA. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-4221-6_10
- Mäntylä, M. V., Graziotin, D., & Kuutila, M. (2018). The Evolution of Sentiment Analysis-A Review of Research Topics, Venues, and Top Cited Papers. Computer Science Review, 27, 16–32. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cosrev.2017.10.002
- Käfer, V., Graziotin, D., Bogicevic, I., Wagner, S., & Ramadani, J. (2018). Communication in Open-source Projects-End of the E-Mail Era? Proceedings of the 40th International Conference on Software Engineering: Companion Proceeedings, 242--243. https://doi.org/10.1145/3183440.3194951
- Graziotin, D., Fagerholm, F., Wang, X., & Abrahamsson, P. (2018). What happens when software developers are (un)happy. Journal of Systems and Software, 140, 32–47. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jss.2018.02.041
- Prechelt, L., Graziotin, D., & Fernández, D. M. (2018). A community’s perspective on the status and future of peer review in software engineering. Information and Software Technology, 95, 75–85. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.infsof.2017.10.019
- Graziotin, D., Fagerholm, F., Wang, X., & Abrahamsson, P. (2017c). Unhappy developers: Bad for themselves, bad for process, and bad for software product. In Unhappy developers: Bad for themselves, bad for process, and bad for software product: Vol. Proceedings of the 39th International Conference on Software Engineering Companion (pp. 362–364). IEEE Press.
- Graziotin, D., Fagerholm, F., Wang, X., & Abrahamsson, P. (2017b). On the Unhappiness of Software Developers. In On the Unhappiness of Software Developers: Vol. Proceedings of the 21st International Conference on Evaluation and Assessment in Software Engineering (EASE’17) (pp. 324–333).
- Moretti, M., Gobbato, F., Trevisiol, S., Seta, G., Graziotin, D., Corrent, C., De Luca, M., & Orlandi, S. (2017). People’s Republic Of Bolzano. Sciences Du Design, 5, 18–21.
- Graziotin, D., Fagerholm, F., Wang, X., & Abrahamsson, P. (2017a). Consequences of unhappiness while developing software. In Consequences of unhappiness while developing software: Vol. Proceedings of the 2nd International Workshop on Emotion Awareness in Software Engineering (pp. 42–47). IEEE Press.
- Tennant, J. P., Dugan, J. M., Graziotin, D., Jacques, D. C., Waldner, F., Mietchen, D., Elkhatib, Y., Collister, L. B., Pikas, C. K., Crick, T., & others. (2017). A multi-disciplinary perspective on emergent and future innovations in peer review. F1000Research, 6. https://doi.org/10.12688/f1000research.12037.1
- Ostberg, J.-P., Graziotin, D., Wagner, S., & Derntl, B. (2017). Towards the assessment of stress and emotional responses of a salutogenesis-enhanced software tool using psychophysiological measurements. In Towards the assessment of stress and emotional responses of a salutogenesis-enhanced software tool using psychophysiological measurements: Vol. Proceedings of the 2nd International Workshop on Emotion Awareness in Software Engineering (pp. 22–25). IEEE Press.
- Tennant, Jon, Graziotin, D., & Kearns, S. (2017). We have the technology to save peer review-now it is up to our communities to implement it. Impact of Social Sciences Blog.
- Pflüger, D., Mehl, M., Valentin, J., Lindner, F., Pfander, D., Wagner, S., Graziotin, D., & Wang, Y. (2016). The scalability-efficiency/maintainability-portability trade-off in simulation software engineering: Examples and a preliminary systematic literature review Software Engineering for. In The scalability-efficiency/maintainability-portability trade-off in simulation software engineering: Examples and a preliminary systematic literature review Software Engineering for: Vol. High Performance Computing in Computational Science and Engineering (SE-HPCCSE), 2016 Fourth International Workshop on (pp. 26–34). IEEE.
- Graziotin, D. (2016). Software quality information needs. Research Ideas and Outcomes, 2, e8865. https://doi.org/10.3897/rio.2.e8865
Bachelor of Science
- Lecturer for Grundlagen der Informatik I (Introduction to Computer Science, WiSe 2019-20 — present)
- Supervisor for Human Aspects in Software Engineering Seminar (SoSe, 2016; WiSe 2020-21 — present)
- Lab lecturer for Grundlagen des Software Engineerings/Einführung in die Softwaretechnik (SoSe 2019, now held by Justus Bogner)
- Supervisor for Behavioral Software Engineering Seminar (WiSe 2016-17; SoSE 2019, concluded)
Master of Science
- Lecturer for Forschungsmethoden in der Softwaretechnik (Research Methods in Software Engineering, WiSe 2016-17 — present)
- Supervisor for Hauptseminar: Behavioral Software Engineering (SoSe 2020 — present)
- Supervisor for ENPRO (WiSe 2019-20, concluded)
- Lab lecturer for Qualitätssicherung und Wartung (Software Quality Assurance and Maintenance, SoSe 2019, concluded)
- Supervisor for Hauptseminar Human Aspects in Software Engineering (WiSe 2019-20, concluded)
Dr. Daniel Graziotin is a tenured senior researcher (Akademischer Rat) at the University of Stuttgart, Germany. His research interests include human, behavioral, and psychological aspects of empirical software engineering, studies of science, and open science. He is associate editor at the Journal of Open Research Software and academic editor at the Research Ideas and Outcomes (RIO) journal. Daniel was awarded an Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship for postdoctoral researchers in 2017, the European Design Award (bronze) in 2016, and the Data Journalism Award in 2015. He received his Ph.D. in computer science at the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Italy.
I welcome students to approach me for starting a thesis or any other project type.
Students should keep in mind that I will be way more motivated to accept a supervision task when the proposal:
- originates from students themselves
- is in English
- is related to my research interests
Of these requirements, I find the first one to be the most important. I expect my students to approach me with at least a broad idea of what they would like to work on. No, "a work on software engineering" is not enough.
The second point can be relaxed but students can not expect a professional correction of their text due to language barriers.
The third point can also be relaxed if the proposal is about an interesting avenue of research.
Due to a high teaching load, I recommend contacting me for a supervised work at least 4-5 weeks before the intended start.