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Research Seminar SS2019

The Research Seminar "Software Engineering" is open to all university members.

It will take place bi-weekly on wednesday from 4 to 5 pm in room F0.231 if no other time or room is given below.

Datum Titel Referent Art Bemerkungen
10.04.2019 ABM - Automated Benchmark Management Project Group PG Raum FU.511
Omniscient Debugging for Static Analysis Marcus Nachtigall M
24.04.2019 How to statically detect insecure uses of cryptography - at scale and with almost perfect precision Eric Bodden
08.05.2019 Präprozessor Makros in C/C++ und deren Auswirkungen auf den abstrakten Syntaxbaum Tobias Wilker B
Integration of Multiple Static Analysis Tools in a Single Interface Sandeep Varma Ganaraju AM
22.05.2019 User Experience for Security-Critical Command-Line Applications Joseph Bienhuels AB
05.06.2019 Vulnerabilities in Java 9 Modules Ralf Keller B Raum F1.110
Metastudy on Static Program Analysis Evaluation Design Anitha Lakshminarayan AM
19.06.2019
03.07.2019 Codebase-Adaptive Detection of Security-Relevant Methods Goran Piskachev Start: 15:30
Indexing Open-Source JavaScript Repositories Ankur Gupta M
Library Minification using Precise Static Program Analysis Michél Burkhardt M
10.07.2019 CogniCrypt++ - Bringing Secure Cryptography to C/C++ Applications with PhASAR Project Group ZPG
Delphi - Mining Software Ecosystems using Static Program Analysis Project Group ZPG

Meaning of the column Art:

  • Mastertheses (M),
  • Inaugural Presentation of a Mastertheses (AM)
  • Bachelortheses (B),
  • Inaugural Presentation of a Bachelortheses (AB)
  • Dissertation (Diss),
  • Interim Report - Dissertation (ZDiss),
  • Project Group (PG),
  • Interim Report of a Project Group (ZPG)
  • Invited Talk (EV)

Interim reports are usually shorter and should present the topic and possibly initial solution ideas