Room: C 215
Phone: (+49) 040 428 83-2105
A�I studied computer science (B.Sc, M.Sc.) in Technical UniversityA�of Munich with minors in mechanical engineering and bio-medical computing. During my course of studies, I gathered more than 5A�years of experience in both industrial and research area, includingA�Microsoft .Net, Java Enterprise technologies, Eclipse and OSGi technologies, mobileA�development and agile methodologies in software engineering.
DuringA�my activities as a student research assistant in TUM (Chair for Applied Software Engineering), I had theA�opportunity to work in interesting applied research projects including Unicase and the EU-funded project FastFix.A�
I also hold a bachelor’s degree (B.Sc.) in Agricultural Mechanics Engineering from University of Tehran.A�
- mobile context-awareness
- mobile software engineering
- TUM – Summer term 2011 – Tutor for lecture “Introduction to software engineering”
- TUM – Summer term 2009 – Tutor for lecture “Introduction to software engineering”
- Jonas Helming, Holger Arndt, Zardosht Hodaie, Maximilian Koegel, Nitesh Narayan; “Semi-Automatic Assignment of Work Items”;A�5th International Conference on Evaluation of Novel Approaches to Software Engineering
- Jonas Helming, Maximilian Koegel, Zardosht Hodaie; “Towards automation of iteration planning”;A�Proceeding of the 24th ACM SIGPLAN conference companion on Object oriented programming systemsA�languages and applications, 2009, S. 965a��972.
- Helming, Jonas, Holger Arndt, Zardosht Hodaie, Maximilian Koegel, and Nitesh Narayan. “Automatic Assignment of Work Items.”A�Evaluation of Novel Approaches to Software Engineering: 5th International Conference, ENASE 2010, Athens, Greece, July 22-24, 2010, Revised Selected Papers. Vol. 230. Springer, 2012:A�A�p. 236-250.
- Abouzar Eslami, Amin Aboee, Zardosht Hodaei, Mandana J. Moghadam, Stephane G. Carlier,A�Amin Katouzian, Nassir Navab; a�?Quantification of Coronary Arterial Stenosis by Inflating Tubes in CT Angiographic imagesa�?; Accepted in 3D Cardiovascular Imaging: a MICCAI segmentation challenge, 2012.