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Prof. Maalej honored with the Microsoft Award for Software Engineering Innovation.
Microsoft Vice President Tony Hey (right on the picture) handed over the Microsoft Award for Software Engineering Innovation to Prof. Maalej and other top international researchers. Read more...
MOBIS presents 5 papers at RE'14
Our research group will present 2 conference papers and 3 workshop papers at the 22nd IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE) in Karlskrona, Sweden. Read more…
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...
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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Maximilian Lazar wins the best student project at EXPO 2014

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The annual EXPO of the Department of Informatics at University Hamburg is an exhibition of student projects including Bachelor-, Master- and Diploma theses. This year our student Maximilian Lazar was honored for his Master thesis “Mobile Analytics: Collecting and Understanding App Usage Data” supervised byRead more…


FES Doctoral Scholarship for Timo Johann

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MOBIS member and doctoral student Timo Johann receives a Ph.D. scholarship from the Friedrich Ebert Foundation. Timo’s research interests include social software engineering, user involvement, and green computing. Besides a financial support, the scholarship includes the participation in workshops, seminars, as well as an international networkRead more…


Prof. Robbes is visiting MOBIS

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Prof. Romain Robbes from the University of Chile is visiting our group during the winter of 2014. He is collaborating with us on a project, which aims at analyzing developers interactions and predicting their current tasks. We are very glad to have him with us.Read more…


Prof. Maalej receives the Microsoft Award for Software Engineering Innovation

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Prof. Dr. Walid Maalej was honored with the Microsoft Award for Software Engineering Innovation. He received the award at the annual Software Engineering Innovation Foundation (SEIF) Day. The SEIF day brings together the SEIF winners, influential software engineering researchers, and researchers from Microsoft Research to present and discussRead more…


MOBIS presents 5 papers at the IEEE RE’14

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Our research group is strongly represented at this year’s RE, the 22nd IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference. MOBIS members will present the following 2 papers at the main conference: How Do Users Like this Feature? A Fine Grained Sentiment Analysis of App Reviews (Emitza Guzman, Walid Maalej)Read more…


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