I am an assistant professor in the software science group at Radboud University Nijmegen, the Netherlands. With my research, I aim to support software developers during the construction and analysis of complex software systems.
Much of my work is in model-driven engineering. I develop model-based languages, tools, and techniques to assure software quality, to manage variability, to establish privacy and security, to support collaborative development, and to explore search spaces.
I investigate systematic AI engineering practices that become increasingly important as AI is finding its way in all areas of society.
I conduct empirical, formal, and engineering research to understand the challenges faced by developers and to study the usability and performance benefits of improved solutions. Application domains of my work include robotics, web-based systems, and IDEs.
May 2021. First course at Radboud University completed. I am proud of my students' achievements and more than happy about the
course evaluation (average grade 8.3; in the Netherlands, grades above 8 are rarely awarded). Students say:
"I had a very positive experience with the lecturer. He was highly approachable and organized a greatly enjoyable and interesting course, even in the current coronavirus pandemic influenced circumstances. His style of teaching was very understandable and his enthusiasm for the taught topics made the course very enjoyable."
"Great approachability and quality of the lecture (+custom-tailored slides!)."
"The structure and communication of this course were great. Every course should strive to be as clear and structured as this course."
"I greatly enjoyed the course. The content was interesting, the learning goals clear and I find myself frequently applying the knowledge and experience I gained in practice."
April 2021. Are you experienced in model-driven engineering and do you have 15 minutes? Please participate in our survey!
March 2021. Honored to serve on the program committees of FASE 2022, MODELS 2021, SPLC 2021, GPCE 2021, SLE 2021, SEAA 2021. Consider submitting your papers on model-driven engineering, software product lines and other topics!
October 2020. I received a best reviewer award for my work in the program committee of SPLC 2020, the premier conference for systems and software product lines.
|since 2020||Radboud University Nijmegen. Assistant Professor|
|2018-2020||Chalmers | University of Gothenburg. Post-doc|
|08-11/2019||King's College London. Research visit|
|2016-2018||University of Koblenz and Landau. Post-doc|
|2011-2016||Philipps University Marburg. Doctoral researcher. Graduated summa cum laude - with highest honors.|
|2005-2011||Philipps University Marburg. Diplom (M.Sc. equivalent). Graduated with distinction.|
Grants2019 DFG Individual Fellowship: EUphORia: End-User oriented Optimization-Technology Recommender System (funding for a 24-month postdoc stipend)
Honors2020 SPLC Best Reviewer Award, ACM International Conference on Systems and Software Product Lines (SPLC)
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At Radboud University
Course: Software Product Lines M.Sc., 6 ECTS (as main instructor; winter 2020)
Course: Software Engineering B.Sc., 6 ECTS (as co-instructor; summer 2020, summer 2021)
Course: System Development Management M.Sc., 6 ECTS (as co-instructor; summer 2020, summer 2021)
Course: Software Development Entrepreneurship M.Sc., 6 ECTS (as co-instructor; winter 2020)
Three of these courses (SE, SDM, SDE) are held in the context of GiPHouse, a student-run company developing software for real customers.
Thesis supervisionThesis topics: Model-based Software Engineering
As main instructor
Lecture: Software product lines (summer 2016, 2017, 2018)
Seminar: Software engineering and security (summer 2018)
As co-instructorLecture: Software quality and testing (summer 2019)
Phone number: available on request
Faculty of Science
Radboud University Nijmegen
6500 GL Nijmegen
Faculty of Science
Toernooiveld 212, room 1.01a (Mercator I building)
6525 EC Nijmegen