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Curriculum Vitae

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Andreas Vogelsang is a 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

Publications

2019

Amorim, T., Vogelsang, A., Pudlitz, F., Gersing, P. and Philipps, J. (2019). Strategies and Best Practices for Model-based Systems Engineering Adoption in Embedded Systems Industry. 41st International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE)

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Lotz, J., Vogelsang, A., Benderius, O. and Berger, C. (2019). Microservice Architectures for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems: A Case-Study. 5th International Workshop on Automotive System/Software Architectures (WASA@ICSA)

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Vogelsang, A., Hartig, K., Pudlitz, F., Schlutter, A. and Winkler, J. (2019). Supporting the Development of CyberPhysical Systems with Natural Language Processing: A Report. 2nd Workshop on Natural Language Processing for Requirements Engineering (NLP4RE@REFSQ)

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Hild, D., Beckmann, M. and Vogelsang, A. (2019). Traceability Analysis Of A High-Level Automotive System Architecture Document (ASE@SE). 16th Workshop on Automotive Software Engineering

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Fernández, D. M., Böhm, W., Vogelsang, A., Mund, J., Broy, M., Kuhrmann, M. and Weyer, T. (2019). Artefacts in software engineering: a fundamental positioning. Software & Systems Modeling

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Fernández, D. M., Franch, X., Seyff, N., Felderer, M., Glinz, M., Kalinowski, M., Vogelsang, A., Wagner, S., Bühne, S. and Lauenroth, K. (2019). Do We Preach What We Practice? Investigating the Practical Relevance of Requirements Engineering Syllabi - The IREB Case. 22nd Ibero American Conference on Software Engineering (CibSE)

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2018

Gemkow, T., Conzelmann, M., Hartig, K. and Vogelsang, A. (2018). Automatic glossary term extraction from large-scale requirements specifications. 26th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE)

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Winkler, J. and Vogelsang, A. (2018). Using Tools to assist Identification of Non-requirements in Requirements Specifications. 24th Intl. Working Conference on Requirements Engineering: Foundation for Software Quality (REFSQ)

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Schlutter, A. and Vogelsang, A. (2018). Knowledge Representation of Requirements Documents Using Natural Language Processing. 1st Workshop on Natural Language Processing for Requirements Engineering (NLP4RE)

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Beckmann, M., Karbe, T. and Vogelsang, A. (2018). Information Extraction from High-level Activity Diagrams to support Development Tasks. International Conference on Model-Driven Engineering and Software Development (MODELSWARD)

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Beckmann, M., Reuter, C. and Vogelsang, A. (2018). Coexisting graphical and structured textual representations of requirements. Requirements Engineering: Foundation for Software Quality (REFSQ)

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2017

Franch, X., Fernández, D. M., Oriol, M., Vogelsang, A., Heldal, R., Knauss, E., Travassos, G. H., Carver, J. C., Dieste, O. and Zimmermann, T. (2017). How do Practitioners Perceive the Relevance of Requirements Engineering Research? An Ongoing Study. IEEE 25th International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE), 382-387.

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Beckmann, M., Vogelsang, A. and Reuter, C. (2017). A Case Study on a Specification Approach using Activity Diagrams in Requirements Documents. 25th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE)

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Beckmann, M., Michalke, V., Vogelsang, A. and Schlutter, A. (2017). Removal of Redundant Elements within UML Activity Diagrams. 20th International Conference on Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems (MODELS)

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Beckmann, M. and Vogelsang, A. (2017). What is a Good Textual Representation of Activity Diagrams?. 7th International Model-Driven Requirements Engineering Workshop (ModRE)

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