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Prof. Maalej Awarded at the German Science Gala
A great honor for our group: Prof. Dr. Walid Maalej, MOBIS head, was awarded during the German Science Gala as “The Early Stage Scientist of the Year” by academics.de and the German Association of University Professors (DHV). Read more...
GIRLS’ DAY 2014 @ MOBIS
Within the Girls' Day initiative, 16 girls visited our group and got introduced to informatics and software engineering by programming Angry Birds and designing a model for a famous tower.Read more…
Data Privacy? What does it mean? Who cares?
"Us and Them: A Study of Privacy Requirements across North America, Asia, and Europe" has been accepted as a full research paper at the 36th International Conference of Software Engineering ICSE 2014. You can download the preprint version now. Read more…
5th International Workshop on Social Software Engineering (SSE)
The 5th SSE, which was chaired by Prof. Walid Maalej in St. Petersburg Russia, included 20 participants, 8 talks, and fruitful discussions about the past, present, and future of this emergent field. Read more...
User Feedback in the AppStore
“User Feedback in the AppStore: An Empirical Study” is the title of the new paper by Prof. Maalej and Dennis Pagano. This research was presented by Prof. Maalej at RE 2013 in Rio De Janeiro. Read more...
Patterns of Knowledge in API Reference Documentation
"Patterns of Knowledge in API Reference Documentation" is the title of the new paper by Prof. Maalej and Prof. Robillard, which has been recently accepted for publication at the renowned journal IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering. Read more...
New book on Managing Requirements Knowledge
From now, you can order our new book on Managing Requirements Knowledge by Maalej and Thurimella (Eds.) published by Springer. Read more...
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Prof. Maalej is a winner of the Microsoft Research SEIF Award

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Prof. Walid Maalej, the head of MOBIS, is a winner of the “2014 Software Engineering Innovation Foundation Award” by Microsoft Research. The also award funds the project: STIMME- Systematic Analysis of User Reviews and Usage Data for Windows Mobile Apps. The SEIF award supports academicRead more…


Girls’ Day 2014 @ MOBIS

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 Zusammenfassung: Mädchen ab der 9 Schulklasse können Informatik spielerisch kennenlernen mit Angry Birds und der Elbphilharmonie! Herzlich willkommen zum MOBIS Girls Day 2014, ein Teil der deutschlandweiten Initiative Girl’s Day 2014, dem Mädchen Zukunftstag,  und dem Girl’s Day der Universität Hamburg! Wir sind der Arbeitsbereich für Apps und SoftwareRead more…


Prof. Maalej is Early Stage Scientist of the Year

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Prof. Dr. Walid Maalej, head of the MOBIS group at the University of Hamburg was honored as “The Early Stage Scientist of the Year” by academics and the German Association of University Professors and Lecturers (DHV). He was selected by the jury for his excellentRead more…


MOBIS says goodbye to 2013

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2013 – Year Nr. 1 in MOBIS life – is now over! We would like to thank the MOBIS team and everybody who helped us in making 2013 a very successful year. After the first release of our website in February 2013 we have hadRead more…


Crowdsourcing Requirements in the Mobile Era

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Prof. Maalej gives the keynote at the Annual German Meeting on Requirements Engineering (GI-Fachgruppen-Treffen Requirements Engineering). The talk is on “Crowdsourcing Requirements in the Mobile Era” and is in German. This year the meeting takes place in Ilmenau and the main focus is on „Requirements EngineeringRead more…


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