Dr. Thorsten Berger, Assistant Professor, Chalmers University of Technology and University of Gothenburg, Sweden

Dr. Thorsten Berger
Assistant Professor / Universitetslektor
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
University of Gothenburg and Chalmers University of Technology
Lindholmen Campus
Gothenburg, Sweden

E-Mail: thorsten.berger at chalmers.se
Skype: tberger.work
Phone: +46 (0) 31 772 6075

Research Interests

  • Model-Driven Software Engineering
  • Static Program Analysis
  • Software Product Lines and Software Ecosystems
  • Highly Configurable Embedded and Safety-critical Systems
  • Empirical Software Engineering

Community Service

  • Chairing: SPLC'18 PC (also co-organizer), MODELS'18 Workshops, FOSD'18, Euromicro DSD/SEAA'17 SPLSeco research track, SPLC'16 Tools track, FOSD'14 PC
  • PC memberships: ICSE/NIER'18, VaMoS'18, SPLC'17, REFSQ'17, VaMoS'17, WAMA'17, ASE'16, SPLC'16, MODULARITY'16 Visions, FMSPLE'16, Euromicro DSD/SEAA'16 SPLSeco, VaMoS'16, WAMA'16, Euromicro DSD/SEAA'15 SPLSeco, VaMoS'15, VaMoS'14, Euromicro DSD/SEAA'14 SPLSeco
  • Journal reviewing: TSE, ESE, JSS, JSME, SoSyM, ISE, JOT, JWE, CAI
  • Reviewing: MiSE'15, SPLC'14, ICMT'14, ICSE'14, FASE'14, MoK'14, ASE'13, FSE'13, VaMoS'13, FASE'12, GPCE'11, ICWE'11, GPCE'10, ASE'10, VaMoS'10, ASE'09, GPCE'09, SPLC'09, ESWC'09, QUORS'08

Funded Research (Framework) Projects

  • PI: Virtual Platform – Flexible and Truly Incremental Engineering of Highly Configurable Systems, funded by the Swedish Research Council (VR, Vetenskapsradet)
  • PI and Country Lead, Swedish Consortium of the EU ITEA3 project REVaMP2 – Round-trip Engineering and Variability Management Platform and Process
  • Co-PI: CO4ROBOT – Achieving Complex Collaborative Missions via Decentralized Control and Coordination of Interacting Robots, funded by the European Union (H2020)
  • NECSIS: Managing Variability and Configurability in an MDE Development Process, research network, funded by Automotive Partnership Canada
  • Model-integrated Software Service Engineering, funded by ORF-RE (Ontario Research Fund - Research Excellence)
  • VARIES: Variability in Safety-critical Embedded Systems, EU Artemis funded
  • EUMONIS: model-driven development and software product line engineering in the regenerative energy domain, funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF)
  • iAssess.Sax: Developing the prerequisites for broader adoption of eAssessment at Saxon universities (Schaffung der Voraussetzungen für einen breiteren Einsatz von E-Assessments an den sächsischen Hochschulen)
  • SoftWiki: Distributed, End-user Centered Requirements Engineering for Evolutionary Software Development, funded by the german Federal Ministry of Education and Research
  • PreBIS: Pre-Built Information Space, funded by the german Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology