Thomas Leich

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Name:Thomas Leich

Thomas Leich received his diploma in Business Information Systems and his PhD from the University of Magdeburg in 2004 and 2012, respec- tively. Since 2013 he is general manager of the METOP GmbH. Since 2014 Thomas Leich is professor at the chair of Business Information Systems at Harz University of Applied Sciences. His research interests include requirements and software product-line engineering as well as measurement of program comprehension and data management.

Affiliation:Harz University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Research interests:software engineering, product lines, configurable systems, human factor in software engineering, data management


EASE 2023 Committee Member in Program Committee within the Research (Full Papers)-track
EASE 2022 Author of Peer-reviewing and Submission Dynamics Around Top Software-Engineering Venues: A Juniors' Perspective within the Research-track
Author of Incorporating Altmetrics to Support Selection and Assessment of Publications during Literature Analyses within the Research-track
NLBSE 2022 Author of Supporting Systematic Literature Reviews Using Deep-Learning-Based Language Models within the NLBSE 2022-track
CHASE 2022 Author of [Emerging Results] On Academic Age Aspect and Discovering the Golden Age in Software Engineering within the Research Papers-track
ESEC/FSE 2020 Author of Establishing Key Performance Indicators for Measuring Software-Development Processes at a Large Organization within the Industry Papers-track
* ICSE 2018 * Author of Poster T42: Knowledge Transfer from Research to Industry: A Survey on Program Comprehension within the Posters -track
Author of Do You Remember This Source Code? within the Technical Papers -track
Author of Towards Secure Dynamic Product Lines in the Cloud within the NIER - New Ideas and Emerging Results -track
FOSD 2016 Author of FeatureCoPP: Compositional Annotations within the FOSD-track
GPCE 2016 Author of Tool Demo: Testing Configurable Systems with FeatureIDE within the GPCE-track