|Dr.-Ing. Andreas Rentschler|
Chair Prof. Reussner
Institute for Program Structures and Data Organization
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
Am Fasanengarten 5
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My general research interests lie in the following areas:
- Model-driven Software Engineering
- Software Architectures and Software Maintainability
- Component-based Software Engineering
I am more specifically interested in techniques, concepts and approaches to enhance reusability and maintainability of artifacts specific to model-driven software engineering. My current focus of research concentrates on improving the maintainability of model transformations.
These are the theses and select seminar papers I supervised:
- David Merkel, Reimplementierung einer Performance-Completion in QVT-O zur Verbesserung ihrer Wartbarkeit. Bachelor's thesis, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), 2011.
- Per Sterner, Statische Code-Analyse von Modelltransformationen. Diploma thesis, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), 2012.
- Dominik Werle, Adding a Module Concept to the Model Transformation Language Xtend. Bachelor's thesis, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), 2013.
- Dominik Messinger, Automatic Clustering for Software Architecture Recovery with Bunch. Seminar on Big Data, Architecture and Performance, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), 2014.
I have been involved in preparation of the annual lecture Komponentenbasierte Softwarearchitektur (Component-based Software Architecture) for summer terms 2011 and 2012, and preparation and teaching one of the slots of lecture Modellgetriebene Software-Entwicklung (Model-Driven Software Development) during summer term 2014.
I organized tutorial lessons for the course Softwaretechnik II (Software Engeering II) during winter term 2011/2012.
Together with my colleagues Max Kramer and Erik Burger, I co-organized the practical course Modellgetriebene Software-Entwicklung (Model-driven Software Development) during winter terms 2012/2013, and 2013/2014.
For our seminar on Requirements Engineering in summer term 2013, I co-reviewed the participants' seminar papers.
For the course Software Quality Engineering mit Eclipse, taught during summer term 2013, in my role as one of the organizers, I have been co-awarded with the faculty's "Best Practical Course Award". The award is conferred based on votings during the KIT's biannual teaching evaluation.
As a subreviewer, I have delivered reviews for several renowned conferences, including:
- 15th International ACM SIGSOFT Symposium on Component Based Software Engineering (CBSE 2012)
- 35th International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE 2013)
- 9th International ACM Sigsoft Conference on the Quality of Software Architectures (QoSA 2013)
- Arbeitstagung des GI-Querschnittsfachausschusses Modellierung (MoK 2014)
Software Development Activities
These are the tools that I have developed in cooperation with supervised students and fellow researchers:
- QVTom – A modular extension for QVTo (together with Dominik Werle)
- Xtend2m – A modular extension for Xtend2 (with Dominik Werle)
- Transformation Analysis – A visualization tool for QVT editors under the Eclipse IDE (with Per Sterner)
- Transformation Cluster Analysis – Remodularizing QVT-O and Xtend model transformations with Bunch
- QVTr2Coq – Encoding QVT-R Transformations in Coq (with Jeffrey Terrell and Steffen Zschaler)
From 2011 through early 2015, I took charge of the project lead for two core components of the Palladio project,
- Editors – Palladio's graphical GMF-based editors (previously lead by Chris Rathfelder), and
- Completions – A collection of refinement transformations (previously led by Lucia Happe).
Last update: March 28, 2015