Tobias Dürschmid

Registered user since Thu 4 Aug 2016

Name: Tobias Dürschmid

Bio: I am PhD student in Software Engineering at the Institute for Software Research at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh since August 2018. I am co-advised by Eunsuk Kang and David Garlan.

I am mainly interested in simplifying the development of complex software systems. My areas of research include making quality attributes first-class, new concepts for software reuse, modularity of design decisions, and agile software development.

Country: United States

Affiliation: Carnegie Mellon University, Institute for Software Research

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Research interests: Software Architecture, Quality Attributes, Modularity, Reuse


ASE 2020Author of Synthesis-Based Resolution of Feature Interactions in Cyber-Physical Systems within the Research Papers-track
COP 2018Author of Cross-cutting Commentary: Narratives for Multi-party Mechanisms and Concerns within the COP-track
ICSE 2019Author of Trade-off-Oriented Development: Making Quality Attribute Trade-offs First-Class within the New Ideas and Emerging Results-track
SPLASH 2016Author of Design Pattern Builder: A Concept for Refinable Reusable Design Pattern Libraries within the Student Research Competition-track