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Department of Informatics s.e.a.l



Fall semester 2014
  • Informatik 1

Supervised students

Master theses
Hannes Tresch: Finding Patterns in Biometric Data by Visual Inspection
Andreas Volkart: Optimizing patient matching in the context of an online pain diary (CatchMyPain)
Master projects
Gzim Zimberi & Fabian Hegglin: Using Biometric Measurements to Identify Difficult Code Elements
Katja Kevic: Collaborative Bug Triaging Using Textual Similarities and Change Set Analysis
Bachelor theses
Monica Trink: Real Time Eye Tracking Data in the IDE
Mehmet Bekooglu: Multi-touch visualization - visualization of method calls
Christian Bosshard: TouchSprintPlanner - supporting sprint planning meetings with multi-touch technology
Christian Lüthold: Interactive exploration - a touch-based visual studio extension for software exploration
Michael Kündig: Project awareness and software quality - a customized visualization for software project awareness based on stakeholder roles
Dominik Schöni: SyncReview - Code reviews on tablets: Supporting distributed and synchronous code reviews with mobile devices
Dominic Staub: Natural user interfaces in software engineering - analysis and prototyping of NUI-based software engineering techniques
Benjamin Schlegel: Requirements Eliciation: Best Practice Case Study

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