Lehrstuhl für Angewandte Softwaretechnik
Chair for Applied Software Engineering

Dora Dzvonyar

Dora Dzvonyar

E-Mail: dora.dzvonyar (at) tum.de
Office: 01.07.059
Phone: +49-89/289-18228

Office hours: upon request. Contact me via e-mail or HipChat to make an appointment.

Postal address:
Technische Universität München
Fakultät für Informatik / Lehrstuhl I1
Boltzmannstrasse 3
85748 Garching bei München

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Feel free to contact me via e-mail. Please prepare and include:

  • What aspects of my research interest you, and why? (this implies that you have checked my publications as well as previously supervised theses and checked the Research Fields I am interested in)
  • A couple of ideas on how you could build on the existing work: what could be the scope and goals of your thesis? (disclaimer: we very rarely supervise external theses)
  • A timeline (e.g. start time, approx. submission time)
  • If available, a piece of academic writing of yours (e.g. seminar paper, previous thesis)

In Progress

Master's Thesis
Semi-automatic Team Composition in project-based organizations
Advisor
Dora Dzvonyar
Author
Eriks Gopaks
Date
01/2017
 
Bachelor's Thesis
Development of a User Interface for Team Allocation in Software Projects
Advisor
Dora Dzvonyar
Author
Malte Bucksch
Date
10/2016
The team allocation for software projects is often done solely based on the subjective judgment of the project manager. The objective of this thesis is to create a hybrid system called TEASE (TEam Allocation for Software Engineering). It makes use of an algorithm while allowing user interaction to create optimal teams from a pool of persons. The project manager can adapt the generated team allocation through an intuitive user interface based on his own knowledge and experience. The focus of this thesis is the user interface of TEASE.

Finished

Bachelor's Thesis
User Feedback and Rationale Management in Continuous Software Evolution
Advisor
Dora Dzvonyar
Author
Ekaterina Sebina
Date
04/2016
User feedback is difficult to use as a basis for implementation. For this purpose, we introduce FeedViz, a feedback visualisation component which analyses, structures and prioritises user feedback and illustrates the results to the development team. The aim is to simplify the decision-making process as well as to capture information related to feedback which is important for rationale management.
Master's Thesis
Communication Metrics in Agile Projects
Advisor
Dora Dzvonyar
Author
Belinda Zahra
Date
08/2016
Software metrics have been proven to be useful in indicating problems in development projects, but they are limited to analyzing information captured in software artifacts. By applying metrics to communication artifacts, we want to make the development process more insightful, validate the software metrics by combining them with results derived from aspects of team communication, and make it possible to recognize problems from a very early project stage.