Dr. Dustin Wüest

Dustin Wüest
Dr. Dustin Wüest
Guest researcher
Department of Informatics
University of Zurich
Binzmühlestrasse 14
CH-8050 Zürich
Room BIN 2.B.17
Tel +41 44 635 43 85
Fax +41 44 635 68 09
Email wueest@ifi.uzh.ch

Short Bio

I am currently a postdoctoral researcher at the FHNW University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland, in the Institute for Interactive Technologies. I hold a guest affiliation with RERG, where I am still taking care of the FlexiSketch project and advise students.

From 2016 to 2017, I was a postdoctoral researcher in the Requirements Engineering Research Group (RERG) at the University of Zurich. Before, I did my Ph.D. within RERG about the topic flexible modeling.

 

Research and Interests

A short introduction to my research can be found here: Flexible Requirements Modeling.

My interests include requirements engineering, multimedia, software/program visualization, and human computer interaction. I also like to explore how innovative input devices can be used for working in, e.g., the requirements engineering domain. Such devices include multi-touch tables, pen-based input, the Apple IPhone, Microsoft Kinect, Nintendo WiiMote, etc.

FlexiSketch Tool Prototype

More information about the FlexiSketch tool can be found here: FlexiSketch.

Publications

D. Wüest, N. Seyff, M. Glinz (2017). FlexiSketch: a lightweight sketching and metamodeling approach for end-users. Software & Systems Modeling (SoSyM).

D. Wüest, N. Seyff, M. Glinz (2017). Collaborative Sketching and Notation Creation with FlexiSketch Team. Software Engineering (SE 2017).

D. Wüest (2016). FlexiSketch: Combining Free-Form Sketching with Lightweight Metamodeling, University of Zurich, Faculty of Economics (Dissertation).

D. Wüest, N. Seyff, M. Glinz (2016). Kollaboratives, leichtgewichtiges Erzeugen von Modellskizzen und zugehörigen Notationen im Rahmen von RE Workshops. Software Technik Trends, Vol. 36 (3), GI.

D. Wüest, N. Seyff, M. Glinz (2015). Sketching and notation creation with FlexiSketch Team: Evaluating a new means for collaborative requirements elicitation. 23rd IEEE Int. Requirements Engineering Conference, Ottawa, CA, 2015.

D. Wüest, N. Seyff, M. Glinz (2015). FlexiSketch TEAM: Collaborative Sketching and Notation Creation on the Fly. 37th ACM/IEEE International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE), Florence, Italy. The accompanying video won the Best ICSE 2015 Demonstration Video Award.

D. Wüest, N. Seyff, M. Glinz (2013). Semi-automatic Generation of Metamodels from Model Sketches. 28th IEEE/ACM International Conference on Automated Software Engineering, Silicon Valley, USA. [pdf]

D. Wüest, N. Seyff, M. Glinz (2013). Von der Idee zum Anforderungsmodell ohne Medienbruch. Software Technik Trends, Vol. 33 (1), GI.

D. Wüest, N. Seyff, M. Glinz (2012). FlexiSketch: A mobile sketching tool for software modeling. 4th International Conference on Mobile Computing, Applications and Services (MobiCASE), Seattle, USA. [pdf]

D. Wüest, N. Seyff, M. Glinz (2012). Flexible, Lightweight Requirements Modeling with FlexiSketch. Posters and Demos Paper at the 20th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference, Chicago, USA. [pdf]. Award: Best Poster and Demo.

D. Wüest (2011). Bridging the Gap Between Requirements Sketches and Semi-Formal Models. Doctoral Symposium of the 19th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference, Trento, Italy. [pdf]

D. Wüest, M. Glinz (2011). Flexible Sketch-Based Requirements Modeling. 17th International Working Conference on Requirements Engineering: Foundation for Software Quality (REFSQ 2011), Essen, Germany. [pdf]

M. Glinz, D. Wüest (2010). A Vision of an Ultralightweight Requirements Modeling Language, Technical Report No. IFI-2010.0006, Version: 1, 2010. [pdf]

Teaching

  • Fall 2015: Assistant for the Informatics for Business II module
  • Fall 2014: Assistant for the Informatics for Business II module
  • Spring 2014: Co-Assistant for the Informatics II module
  • Fall 2013: Assistant for the Informatics for Business II module and Co-Assistant for the Software Engineering module
  • Fall 2012: Assistant for the Informatics for Business II module
  • Fall 2011: Co-Assistant for the Informatics for Business II module
  • Spring 2011: Assistant for the Informatics II module
  • Fall 2010: Assistant for the Software Engineering module
  • Spring 2010: Assistant for the Informatics II module
  • Fall 2009: Assistant for the Software Engineering module