Re­search Sem­in­ar

The Research Seminar "Secure Software Engineering" is open to the public.

It takes place every second Thursday from 4 - 5 pm.

To book an appointment, please send the following answer by e-mail to Kadiray Karakaya at least one week before the desired date:

1. title of your talk

2. abstract of your talk

3. do you authorise us to publish your name on this website (yes/no)?

4. the name of the supervisor of the Bachelor's or Master's thesis

5. the name of the first and second reviewer for final presentations

Date Title Referent Type Location Language Comment
17.07.2024, 09:30-10:00 Improving Security in LLM generated code: Static Analysis-Driven Code Generation Approach for Enhanced Security Aashish Prajapati Master's Proposal In person, F1.310 English

Supervisor: Michael Schlichtig,
Ashwin Prasad

18.07.2024, 16:00-16:30 Comprehensive Explanation of Static Analysis Warnings via LLM Integration Deepak Shrestha Master's Proposal Hybrid, F1.310 English

Supervisor: Oshando Johnson,
1st Examiner: Eric Bodden,
2nd Examiner: Matthias Becker

18.07.2024, 16:30-17:00 Ameliorating a Software Security Maturity Model for Agile Teams Rohith Shanmuganathan Master's Proposal In person, F1.310 English

Examiners: Dr. Stefan Dziwok & Dr. Matthias Becker
Supervisor:  Dr. Stefan Dziwok

25.07.2024, 15:00-17:00 Seminar Secure Systems Engineering   Poster Session In person, HNI Foyer English

Organizer: Ashwin Prasad

31.07.2024, 16:00-16:30 Transforming Jimple to Java Bytecode using the SootUp framework Gautam Paramar Master's Proposal In person, F1.310 English

Supervisor: Stefan Schott


15.08.2024, 16:00-16:30 Explaining privacy-relevant program slices to Android app developers Santhosh Mohan Master's Proposal In person, F1.310 English

Supervisor: Mugdha Khedkar, Kadiray Karakaya


29.08.2024, 16:00-16:30 TBA Mohamed Soliman Test Talk In person, F1.310 English



05.09.2024, 16:00-16:30 Feature-Based Adaptive Sparsification For Demand-Driven Pointer Analysis Zun Wang Master's Defense In person, F1.310 English

Supervisor: Kadiray Karakaya


The Type column indicates the type of presentation.

  • Master thesis (M),
  • Inaugural presentation for a Master's thesis (AM)
  • Bachelor thesis (B),
  • Inaugural presentation for a Bachelor's thesis (AB)
  • Doctoral dissertation (Diss),
  • Interim report on the doctoral dissertation (ZDiss),
  • Project group report (PG),
  • Interim report of the project group (ZPG)
  • Invited lecture (EV)
  • Other (S)

acts. Interim reports are usually shorter and should present the topic and possibly initial ideas for solutions.