Katharina Großer

Member of Working Group Jürjens
Consultation Hour: by appointment

Research Topics

  • Requirements Engineering: Template-based Requirements Notation, Traceability, Reuse ...
  • Conceptual Modelling, Object-Role Modelling (ORM), and Ontologies
  • Model-based (Space) Systems Engineering
  • and related topics

If you are interested in BA or MA thesis topics in these areas, please contact me. Currently announced topics of the RGSE can be found here.

 

Short Biography

since 2015 Member of RGSE

2012-2015 Master Programme Computational Visualistics, University of Koblenz-Landau (M.Sc. with high distinction)

2009-2012 Bachelor Programme Computational Visualistics, University of Koblenz-Landau (B.Sc.)

2009-2015 Student Worker naujokat-edv

 

Grants and Awards

 

Teaching-Assistance

  • Grundlagen der Softwaretechnik (GST) 2016-2019
  • Web-Engineering 2017-2018
  • Informatik für IM III 2017-2019
  • Informatik für IM I 2016-2017
  • Seminar + Proseminar 2016-2019

 

External Activities

 

Community Service

SEAA 2019, August 28-30, 2019, Kallithea, Chalkidiki, Greece (Sub-reviewer)

ICMT 2019, July 15 - 19 2019, Eindhoven, The Netherlands (Sub-reviewer)

Sicherheit 2018, April 25-27 2018, Konstanz, Germany (Sub-reviewer)

 

External Presentations

Conceptualizing Requirements. Developing a Requirements Meta-Model for European Space with ORM.
Space System Ontology Workshop, Jun 26th 2019

T-REQS. Moving forward in Requirements Engineering. ADCSS PYThONsession, Oct 17th 2018

SMART Specifications. On the Move to Ontology-Supported Requirements Engineering. (invited talk), ESA ACT Science Coffee, Oct 5th 2018

Investigating the use of ontology techniques as a support for on-board software requirements engineering. (invited talk), Koblenzer IT-Tagung, Koblenz, Sep 1st 2016

 

Publications

2013

Becker2013O2R
Becker, Stefan; Hück, Benjamin; Naujokat, Katharina; Schmeiser, Arne Fritjof; Kasten, Andreas (2013): ODRL 2.0 revisited. In: Horbach, Matthias: INFORMATIK 2013 – Informatik angepasst an Mensch, Organisation und Umwelt. Bonn: Gesellschaft für Informatik e.V.. S. 3081-3095.