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Doctoral Seminar ST 2016

Organization | Level | Description


 

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ORGANIZATION

Prof. Dr. Walid Maalej and Zijad KurtanoviA�

LEVEL

Doctoral students

DESCRIPTION

In this advanced seminar, doctoral students will present and discuss topics from these three pillars:

  • Research content: Including research topics of interest to the chair, research proposals, papers, projects, master and bachelor presentations etc.
  • Research methodology: Including how to manage your research (in particular research related to software and service technologies, context awareness, mobile services), introduction into empirical methods, tools, scientific writing etc.
  • State-of-the-art technologies: Including new, interesting technologies, which we use for our work or which we want to know more about (e.g. Podcast Produces, Ontologies, Google Web Kit, iPhone Development, UML etc.)

Moreover, we will have discussions with and talks by external guests. Also presentation of final master and bachelor theses can be part of this seminar.

DATE TIME ROOM TOPIC SPEAKER
05.04 10:00-12:00 D-202 Augmenting App Reviews with Context Data (Master Thesis) Daniel Martens
Synchronizing Road Trips (dry run of the final Audi App Challenge presentation) M-Lab Audi Team
19.04 14:00-15:00 D-202 Systematic Mining of User Rationale in Software Reviews (Master Thesis) Daniel Dabrowski
Identifying challenges faced by multicultural teams in various phases of software engineering (Current state of research & Discussion) Fariba Fazli
24.05 14:00-15:00 D-202 A Recommender System for Students in Hamburg Open Online University (Master Thesis) Javad Malaquti
Smart Devices In Requirements Engineering (Presentation & Discussion) Natalia Mannov
15.06 – 17.06 Doctoral Camp MAST Team & Guests
21.06 15:00-16:00 D-202 Finding the Outliers: Towards an Automated Approach of Outlier Detection in User Feedback (Presentation) Timo Johann
On the Coding Guide for User Rationale (Discussion) Zijad KurtanoviA�
11.07 15:00-16:00 D-202 On Natural Language Processing (NLP), Word embeddings, and Word2vec Nicole Novielli
31.08 11:00-12:30 D-202
Current software engineering challenges and research projects @ENGINEERING Giovanni Frattini
Short introduction of MAST topics and projects Prof. Walid Maalej
Short introduction to current research topics and PhD interests/projects MAST Phd Students
20.09 14:00-15:00 D-202
An empirical study of software development screencasts to enrich API reference documentation Alexander Oeser
27.09 14:00-15:00 D-202
MAST Teaching curriculum for the WT 2016 MAST Team