Working at OFFIS research institute for computer science in Oldenburg during the last four years, I gained competencies in various fields. As I worked in different EU research projects, I participated in project management activities including meetings in an intercultural environment allowing me to significantly evolve on the interpersonal level. Also, my writing and presentation skills were further polished throughout co-authoring and presenting project deliverables and several scientific articles.
On the technical front, I became more experienced in Java development and several software technologies from the Java world. Throughout participating in different projects involving EMF such as an EMF-Based Simulink Model and an RDF-Based query engine for EMF models and Extending industrial grade Eclipse-Based tools, I became very knowledgeable in Eclipse-Based technologies. Additionally, working intensively on standardized software integration based on web technology (OSLC) I also gained knowledge in the area of Java-based web development. Finally, as I worked on a toolchain that facilitates the retrieval of engineering data from various tools, I initiated myself well to technologies from the world of big data such as RDF, SPARQL as language and protocol, the Apache Jena framework, and several open source triple stores.
After acquiring these skills, I joined Itemis to apply myself in an industrial context and grow furthermore both on the technical and personal fronts. Accordingly, I learned in Itemis to work according to Scrum on an Eclipse-based product and I additionally had the opportunity to undergo a Scrum training and to obtain a Scrum Master/Professional Certification.
I am currently on the lookout for new opportunities that would allow me to further polish my technical know-how and personal skills.
OFFIS & Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg, Department of Computer Sciences
to March 2017
Participation in several research projects including Artemis MBAT, CSE, and Amalthea4Public
Development of an adapter for the AMALTHEA4public platform enabling integration scenarios based on the OSLC standard
Development of a SPARQL Query engine for EMF Models based on Apache Jena
Integration of an interoperable Requirements Formalization and Consistency Analysis Toolchain based on Research Technology, IBM DOORS and the BTC Embedded Specifier tool. Integration based on the OSLC Standard
Contribution to the development of a model transformation of Matlab Simulink/Stateflow models using the Eclipse Modeling Framework
Development of a Lifecycle Query ToolChain enabled by the OSLC Standard
Extension of the OSLC standard for interoperability of lifecycle management tools together with major players of the software industry, e.g. DASSAULT systems
Co-authoring and review of project deliverables and participation in meetings with project partners
Management, authoring, and co-authoring of several peer-reviewed scientific articles and presentation of two of them in EU conferences
Ongoing Contribution to The Eclipse Lyo project
Technologies: JAVA / the Lyo OSLC4J libraries, Apache Jena ARQ, SPARQL language/protocol and open source HTTP SPARQL-enabled triplestore technology, IBM Rational Lifecycle Management toolsuite, Matlab Simulink/Stateflow
Participation in the MBAT (Model-Based Analysis and Testing) research project
Participation in the AMALTHEA4public project centered around an open source tool platform for engineering embedded multi- and many-core software systems
Participation in the CSE project (CSE Interdisciplinary Research Center on Critical Systems Engineering for Socio-Technical Systems)
Consultancy for the KTH Royal institute of Technology in Stockholm
Contribution to the development of a model-based safety analysis framework for safety-critical software using software fault injection techniques and model checking