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Since 1 January 2021, the chair for Software Design and Quality is part of the KASTEL institute as the Dependability of Software-intensive Systems group. Please visit our new homepage at https://dsis.kastel.kit.edu.

Dr.-Ing. Thomas Goldschmidt

This is the alumni page of Thomas Goldschmidt. It is online for archiving reasons. The information on this page may thus be outdated; please refer to the current webpage of the person for details.

Research Interests

  • Model driven software development
  • Metamodelling
  • Model transformations
  • Text based model editors
  • Maintainability in model driven environments


Publications are listed on a separate page.

Master / Bachelor / Diploma / Study Theses

This page lists open diploma theses (Diplomarbeiten) and study theses (Studienarbeiten).

I'm currently supervising the following theses:

  • Christian Siani. Partitionierung von Modellen bei Text-zu-Modell Transformationen (study thesis)


The following theses are completed:

  • Martin Küster. Modularization of Text-2-Model Mapping Definitions - A Feasibility Study Using Scannerless Parsing (diploma thesis), 2009
  • Patrick Lehmann. Semantisch Sensitive Text-zu-Modell Transformationen (study thesis), 2009
  • Beyhan Veliev. Feasibility study for model development via task orientation based on Eclipse Mylyn (diploma thesis in cooperation with SAP), 2009
  • Imen Borgi. A Semi-automatic Mapping Approach for Complex Business Objects (diploma thesis in cooperation with the SAP), 2008
  • Philipp Meier. Ableitung von Autocompletion-Proposals aus Abbildungsbeschreibungen für textuelle Modellierungssprachen (study thesis), 2008
  • Yuxin Zhou. Plausibilitäts- und Komplexitätsbestimmung von Anfragen an Webservices (diploma thesis in cooperation with the PTV AG), 2008
  • Jens Kübler. Maintainability in Model Driven Environments (diploma thesis), 2008
  • Martin Küster. EMF Implementation of a Grammar Based Transformation Framework for Source Code Analysis (study thesis), 2008

Past Projects

This project was a cooperation between a consortium consisting of andrena objects, Delta Software Technology, FZI Forschungszentrum Informatik, OFFIS and the University of Oldenburg. It was funded by the German Federal Ministry of Eduction and Research (BMBF). The goal was to improve the capabilites to integrate legacy business information systems and standard software into new systems through the development of Domain Specific Languages for their particular domain.

For more information see: http://www.mint-projekt.de

Curriculum Vitae (CV)

Sep. 2006
Ph.D. student ("Doktorand") at the FZI Research Center for Information Technology
Mar. 2006 –
Aug. 2008
Internship and Diploma Thesis at SAP Research CEC Brisbane, Australia
Aug. 2005 –
Mar. 2006
Working Student at SAP AG, Walldorf
Mar. 2005 –
Aug. 2005
Internship at SAP AG, Walldorf
Aug. 2003 –
Feb. 2004
Internship at Interactive Objects, Freiburg
Okt. 2002 –
Aug. 2006
Studies of Computer Science at the Hochschule Furtwangen University