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M.Sc. Zoya Durdik

Researcher

Tel: +49 721 9654 646

Fax: +49 721 9654 647

zoya.durdik(at)fzi.de

FZI Forschungszentrum Informatik
Haid-und-Neu-Straße 10-14
D-76131 Karlsruhe

Room R 1.1.33

Chair Prof. Reussner
Institute for Program Structures and Data Organization
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)

Building 50.34
Am Fasanengarten 5
76131 Karlsruhe, Germany

Research Interests

My main research interests are:

  • Software architectures design and modelling
  • Long-living industrial systems and their evolution
  • Requirements engineering
  • Architectural styles and design patterns
  • Agile methods, Scrum

 

Related research interests:

  • Extra-functional software qualities analysis and prediction: performance, reliability
  • Component-based and service-based software development and software architecture
  • Model-driven Software Development

Projects

  • Project lead BMBF-Research project COCKTAIL

Scalable, KMU-focused Mashup & SaaS service platform. Performance and reliability prediction.

  • Project DARWIN II, Industry

Migration and evolution strategies of long living software systems. Case studies.

  • Project DARWIN, Industry

Migration and evolution strategies of long living software systems. State-of-the-art and guidelines.

Model-driven techniques to support the development of mobile apps.

Publications

Awarded with CompArch Young Investigator Award 2010

Publications are listed on a separate page.

Curriculum Vitae (CV)

2009 – Present

PhD-study, Department of Computer Science, University of Karlsruhe

2007-2009

PhD-study and teaching assistance, St. Petersburg State Electro-Technological University

2008-2009

Project Management and Support, GTECH Corporation

2005 -2007 Master study Informatik, St. Petersburg State Electro-Technological University. The fourth place at the University competition for the Best Masters-degree research work
2006-2008 Master study System Analytics and Management, St. Petersburg State Technological Extern University
2005-2008

Software Engineer - Graphics and Integration Developer, Research center NIC

2001-2005

Bachelor study Informatik, St. Petersburg State Electro-Technological University. The second place at the University competition for the Best Bachelors-degree research work

1999-2007

Working student, CH ImpexKonsult AB

1991-2001 Graduation certificate, the 2.SPb Gymnasium with extended English language

 

Teaching and Advising

Theses

Please contact me if you are interested in a Master Thesis/Diplom Work or Bachelor Thesis/Student Work related to my research interests.

Master Thesis/Diplom Work topics presented below can be reduced to the Bachelor Thesis/Student Work.

 

Your own thesis ideas related to my research fields are kindly welcome. If you are interested in a specific topic, we can surely find a suitable and interesting thesis topic for you.

 

Lectures, seminars and laboratories:

  • 2012 - Scrum, double lecture, USI, Lugano
  • 2012 - Agile software development and Scrum, lecture course, DHBW, Karlsruhe
  • 2011 - Scrum, double lecture, USI, Lugano
  • 2011 - Agile software development and Scrum, lecture course, DHBW, Karlsruhe
  • 2011 - Proseminar "Inside Eclipse", supervision, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
  • 2010 - Agile software development and Scrum, lecture course, DHBW, Karlsruhe
  • 2010 - Seminar "Software Certification", supervision, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

 

Open Theses

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Currently supervised Theses

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Completed Theses

(Semi-) Automated Approach for the Selection and Validation of Architecture Patterns

Motivation

Architecture patterns are well-known approved solutions for the repeating software-engineering problems in a given context. They are recognized and validated to have a positive influence on software properties, such as maintainability, understandability and flexibility. However, their application requires founded knowledge in the application domain and in the area of software...[more]

By:Zoya Durdik

Erweiterung eines agilen Vorgehensmodells durch ein Software-Architektur-Artefakt

Motivation

Die Studienarbeit beschäftigt sich mit Software-Architektur und agiler Software Entwicklung. Einerseits versprechen agile Software Entwicklungsmethoden hohe Flexibilität und Risikominimierung, andererseits kann das Fehlen von expliziter Software-Architektur schlechte nicht-funktionale Anforderungen, hohe Kosten und höheres Risiko für ein Software-System bedeuten. Obwohl, der...[more]

By:Zoya Durdik