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1st Parallel Session

Software Engineering & Machine Learning (Seminar room 3)

Thomas Gärtner (University of Nottingham, Emmy Noether-Nachwuchsgruppe):
Learning to Discover Structures

Vitalik Melnikov (Paderborn University, SFB 901):
Learning to Aggregate for Software Service Composition

Martin Atzmüller (University of Kassel):
Large-Scale Local Exceptionality Detection in Complex Data

Oliver Niggemann (Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe, inIT – Institut für industrielle Informationstechnik):
Model-driven software development and machine learning: A case study in Industry 4.0

Dynamic Communication Networks (Seminar room 1 + 2)

Ralf Steinmetz (TU Darmstadt, SFB 1053 – MAKI):
Highly adaptive communication: Transitions in Future Networks

Denny Stohr (TU Darmstadt, SFB 1053 – MAKI):
QoE Analysis of DASH Cross-Layer Dependencies by Extensive Network Emulation

Roland Kluge (TU Darmstadt, SFB 1053 – MAKI):
Graph-Transformation-Based Development of Dynamic Topology Control Algorithms

Amr Rizk (TU Darmstadt, SFB 1053 – MAKI):
Dynamic communication on wireless uplinks: models of queue-aware scheduling

Security & Cryptography (Seminar room 4)

Sven Bugiel / Erik Derr (Saarland University, CISPA):
On Demystifying the Android Application Framework: Re-Visiting Android Permission Specification Analysis

Daniel Demmler (TU Darmstadt, SFB 1119 Crossing):
Internet Routing Privacy with Secure Multi-Party Computation

Stefan Katzenbeisser (TU Darmstadt, SFB 1119 Crossing):

Eric Bodden (Paderborn University, SFB 901): 
In-Depth Study of More Than Ten Years of Java Exploitation

Quality Assurance & Economic Design (Seminar room 5)

Vitali Gretschko (Universität Köln, FOR 1371 Economic Engineering of Firms and Markets):
Robust bidding

Peter Werner (Universität Köln, FOR 1371 Economic Engineering of Firms and Markets): 
CO2 Trading: Design and Behaviour

Alexander Rasch (Heinrich Heine Universität Düsseldorf, DICE):
Price Competition and Reputation in Credence Goods Markets: Experimental Evidence

Burkhard Hehenkamp (Paderborn University, SFB 901):
Dark Side of the Force – Evolutionary Equilibrium in Stochastic Contests