Matthias Tichy

Registered user since Thu 17 May 2018

Name:Matthias Tichy
Affiliation:Ulm University, Germany
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Research interests:Software Engineering


ECMFA 2023 Committee Member in Program Committee within the Technical track-track
ESEIW 2022 Author of The Relevance of Model Transformation Language Features on Qualitative Properties of MTLs: A Study Protocol within the ESEM Registered Reports-track
SEAMS 2022 Author of Towards Model Co-evolution Across Self-Adaptation Steps for Combined Safety and Security Analysis within the SEAMS 2022-track
MODELS 2021 Author of Towards Control Flow Analysis of Declarative Graph Transformations with Symbolic Execution within the Technical Papers-track
PC Member in Models@run.time within the Workshops-track
Committee Member in PC - Foundations Track within the Technical Papers-track
Session Chair of Model generation and Search-based engineering (part of Technical Papers)
RoSE 2021 Author of Inferred Interactive Controls Through Provenance Tracking of ROS Message Data within the RoSE 2021-track
MODELS 2020 Committee Member in Program Committee within the ACM Student Research Competition-track
Author of Claimed Advantages and Disadvantages of (dedicated) Model Transformation languages: A Systematic Literature Review within the Technical Track-track
Author of A Profiler for the Matching Process of Henshin within the Technical Track-track
EXPLAIN 2019 Author of A Hybrid Editor for Fast Robot Mission Prototyping within the EXPLAIN 2019-track
Organizer in Organizing Committee within the EXPLAIN 2019-track
Session Chair of Welcome and Keynote (part of EXPLAIN 2019)
* ICSE 2018 * Author of Developing an Optimizing Compiler for the Game Boy as a Software Engineering Project within the SEET - Software Engineering Education and Training -track
Author of Poster W6: Challenges with Automotive Test Case Specifications within the Posters -track
LIVE 2016 Author of Live Programming with Code Portals within the LIVE-track
SLE 2015 Author of On Integrating Graphical and Textual Editors for a UML Profile Based Domain Specific Language: An Industrial Experience within the SLE-track