Since October 2005, I am a researcher in the software evolution and architecture lab at the University of Zurich. I received my master's degree in Computer Science with a specialization in Information Systems / Business Informatics from the University of Zurich in 2004. I was working for Deloitte & Touche Enterprise Risk Services Department as a consultant since then.
I am a member of professional computer science societies such as ACM, and IEEE.
My research interests are in software engineering with focus on:
I have been investigating software visualization techniques and tools that offer quick answers for programmers' questions arising during program comprehension tasks. Given my expertise in IT-auditing I am also interested in usability aspects of research solutions in enterprise environments.
Sensing Software with CocoViz
I have developed a software sensing approach and a research prototype named CocoViz. It enables visual, audio, and multi-touch interfacing with large software systems. I have investigated large software systems mainly from the Open Source Community and aligned my tool with our research prototypes Evolizer and SOFAS.
Research papers and prototypes
For more information on my research please consult the s.e.a.l. prototypes page.