Thomas Kühn

Registered user since Fri 12 Dec 2014

Name: Thomas Kühn

Bio: My current interests revolve around inventing new ways to model and programm future software systems with their increased complexity, heterogeneity, distribution, rate of change and longevity. To do this I study role-based modeling and programming languages and try to overcome their individual shortcomings. In pursuit of this goal, I have developed both a family of role-based modeling as well as a family of role-oriented programming languages, which are supported by a feature-aware modeling editor and basic IDE features, respectively. Moreover, I will help to improve the tool support for view-based, model-driven Software development building on the Vitruvius Approach. Following these topics, I want to help bridge the gap between the design of static monolithic to the design of fully dynamic adaptive systems.

A side from that, I am interested in good practices in scientific research and methods to improve my daily work process.

Country: Germany

Affiliation: Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

Personal website: https://sdq.ipd.kit.edu/people/thomas-kuehn/

Research interests: Programming Languages, Modeling Languages, Formal Languages, Langauge Product Lines

Contributions

‹Programming› 2020Author of Reusing Static Analysis across Different Domain-Specific Languages using Reference Attribute Grammars within the Research Papers-track
SLE 2018Author of Continuous Model Validation using Reference Attribute Grammars within the SLE 2018-track
Committee Member in Artifact Evaluation Committee within the SLE 2018-track
LASSY 2018Committee Member in Organizing Committee within the LASSY 2018 (cancelled)-track
SPLASH 2018Author of Continuous Model Validation using Reference Attribute Grammars within the Posters-track
SLE 2017Committee Member in Artifact Evaluation Committee within the SLE-track
LASSY 2017Committee Member in Organizing Committee within the LASSY 2017-track
SLE 2016Author of FRaMED: Full-Fledge Role Modeling Editor (Tool Demo) within the SLE-track
SLE 2015Author of A Combined Formal Model for Relational Context-Dependent Roles within the SLE-track