Thank you for your interest in my work. In general, my research evolves around Designing Conversational Requirements Engineering Systems for end-users. That's a very high level description. Specifically, that means that I am looking at how to learn something about what users of software want - or actually, making artificial intelligence tell me something about what users want and analyze it adequately.
Sounds interesting? Do you want to discuss research, theories, or are a student interested in the topic and looking for a thesis supervisor? Feel free to contact me anytime.
Here's some more information on myself:
|Since 2017:||Consultant at Senacor Technologies AG|
|Since 2017:||Research Assistant at the Institute of Information Systems & Service Design (ISSD) at the KIT|
|2015 - 2017:||M.Sc. Industrial Engineering and Management at the KIT|
|2016:||Exchange semester at the NUS (Singapore)|
|2011 - 2015:||B.Sc. Industrial Engineering and Management at the KIT|
- BASF: Digital Transformation of Crop Protection
If there are no open topics on this side, feel free to get in touch to discuss ideas.
Thesis in progress
|Requirements elicitation for automated interviews utilizing computer interview agents||completed|
|State-of-the-art of interactive systems for identifying user requirements||completed|
- Winter 2016/17 and Summer 2017: Teaching Assistant for the Service Design Thinking course at the Karlsruhe Service Research Institute - KSRI (Course)
- Summer 2018: Digital Transformation of Organizations (Lecture)
- Summer 2018: Information Systems and Service Design (Seminar)
- Winter 2018: Information Systems and Service Design (Seminar)
- Summer 2019: Digital Transformation of Organization (Lecture)
|LadderBot: A requirements self-elicitation system (Version 1.0.0) .|