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Prof. Dr. Andreas Vogelsang

Daimler-Fonds Stiftungsjuniorprofessur für IT-basierte Fahrzeuginnovationen, gefördert vom Daimler-Fonds im Stifterverband für die Deutsche Wissenschaft und dem Stifterverband.

Curriculum Vitae


Andreas Vogelsang is professor for software engineering at the Berlin Institute of Technology (TU Berlin). He closely cooperates with the Daimler Center for Automotive IT Innovations (DCAITI) by leading the software engineering research group. His research interests comprise model-based requirements engineering and software architectures for embedded systems. He participated in several research collaborations with industrial partners especially from the automotive industry.

Academic Occupations
08/2016 - present
Assistant Professor for Computer Science 
(Automotive Software Engineering)
TU Berlin
08/2018 - 10/2018
Visiting Researcher
(Prof. Christian Berger)
Chalmers / University of Gothenburg
08/2010 - 07/2016
Research Assistant 
(Chair for Software & Systems Engineering)
TU München
11/2009 - 04/2010
Visiting Researcher
(Prof. Toby Walsh)
NICTA Sydney

09/2008 - 04/2010
Master Student
(Software Engineering Elite Graduate Program)
Univ. of Augsburg, TU München, LMU München
09/2005 -08/2008
Bachelor Student
(Computer Science)
University of Paderborn

Research Areas

  • Requirements Engineering
  • Model-based Systems Engineering
  • Automotive Software Architecture
  • Data-driven Systems Engineering
  • Software Quality



Vogelsang, A., Femmer, H. and Winkler, C. (2015). Systematic Elicitation of Mode Models for Multifunctional Systems. 23rd IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE)

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Vogelsang, A. (2014). An Exploratory Study on Improving Automotive Function Specifications. 2nd International Workshop on Conducting Empirical Studies in Industry (CESI)

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Gleirscher, M., Vogelsang, A. and Fuhrmann, S. (2014). A Model-based Approach to Innovation Management of Automotive Control Systems. 8th International Workshop on Software Product Management (IWSPM)

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Vogelsang, A., Eder, S., Hackenberg, G., Junker, M. and Teufl, S. (2014). Supporting Concurrent Development of Requirements and Architecture: A Model-based Approach. 2nd International Conference on Model-Driven Engineering and Software Development (MODELSWARD)

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Böhm, W., Henkler, S., Houdek, F., Vogelsang, A. and Weyer, T. (2014). Bridging the Gap between Systems and Software Engineering by Using the SPES Modeling Framework as a General Systems Engineering Philosophy. Conference on Systems Engineering Research (CSER). Elsevier, 187–194.

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Böhm, W., Junker, M., Vogelsang, A., Teufl, S., Pinger, R. and Rahn, K. (2014). A Formal Systems Engineering Approach in Practice: An Experience Report. 1st International Workshop on Software Engineering Research and Industrial Practices (SER&IPs'14)

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Vogelsang, A. and Fuhrmann, S. (2013). Why Feature Dependencies Challenge the Requirements Engineering of Automotive Systems: An Empirical Study. 21st IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE)

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Böhm, W. and Vogelsang, A. (2013). An Artifact-Oriented Framework for the Seamless Development of Embedded Systems. Software Engineering 2013 – Workshopband. GI.

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Broy, M., Damm, W., Henkler, S., Pohl, K., Vogelsang, A. and Weyer, T. (2012). Introduction to the SPES Modeling Framework. Model-Based Engineering of Embedded Systems. Springer Berlin Heidelberg.

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Vogelsang, A., Teuchert, S. and Girard, J. (2012). Extent and characteristics of dependencies between vehicle functions in automotive software systems. 4th International Workshop on Modeling in Software Engineering (MISE)

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Vogelsang, A., Fehnker, A., Huuck, R. and Reif, W. (2010). Software Metrics in Static Program Analysis. 12th International Conference on Formal Engineering Methods (ICFEM). Springer, 485–500.

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