Research Group for Applied Software Engineering
Forschungsgruppe für Angewandte Softwaretechnik

Jan Philip Bernius M.Sc.

Jan Philip Bernius

Doctoral Candidate & Research Associate

Email: janphilip [punkt] bernius [at] tum [punkt] de (S/MIME)
Office: 01.07.042 (FMI)
Phone: +49 (89) 289-18212

Postal address:
Technische Universität München
Institut für Informatik I1
Boltzmannstraße 3
85748 Garching b. München

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Research

I am interested in the following research topics

Publications

2021

2020

2019

Presentations

2021

2020
  • Towards the Automation of Grading Textual Student Submissions to Open-ended Questions.
    4th European Conference of Software Engineering Education (ECSEE 2020). Virtual, June 2020.
  • Segmenting Student Answers to Textual Exercises Based on Topic Modeling (Poster).
    17th Workshop on Software Engineering im Unterricht der Hochschulen (SEUH 2020). Innsbruck (Austria), February 2020.

2019

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Program Committees & Organization

2020
  • Technical Administration: Conference on Software Engineering Education and Training (CSEE&T 2020). Munich (Germany), November 2020.

Projects

Teaching

Winter 2021/22 Patterns in Software Engineering | Seminar: Interactive Learning | Praktikum: Interactive Learning | Joint Advanced Student School 2022
Summer 2021 Introduction to Software Engineering | Seminar: Interactive Learning | Praktikum: Interactive Learning | Ferienakademie 2021
Winter 2020/21 Patterns in Software Engineering | Seminar: Interactive Learning | Praktikum: Interactive Learning | Joint Advanced Student School 2021
Summer 2020 Introduction to Software Engineering | Seminar: Interactive Learning | Praktikum: Interactive Learning | Ferienakademie 2020
Winter 2019/20 iPraktikum | Joint Advanced Student School 2020
Summer 2019 iPraktikum | Project Organization and Management (Lecture on Branch and Merge Management)
Winter 2018/19 iPraktikum | Joint Advanced Student School 2019

Theses

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Theses usually include an implementation project within the Artemis platform.

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2021
  • TBD.
    Valerie Bucher.
    Bachelor's Thesis. TBD.
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    Tim Cremer.
    Bachelor's Thesis. TBD.

2021
  • Training Athene Based On Existing Assessments.
    Argert Boja.
    Master's Thesis. December 2021.
  • Explainable Assessment Systems.
    Ndricim Rrapi.
    Master's Thesis. October 2021.
  • Toward Automated Assessment of Textual Descriptions of Software Patterns Using Knowledge Graphs.
    Maisa Ben Salah.
    Bachelor's Thesis. September 2021.
  • Knowledge Graphs in Assessment Systems: An Ontological Approach.
    Michal Kawka.
    Bachelor's Thesis. September 2021.

2020
  • Optimizing and Scaling Automatic Assessments of Textual Exercises for Very Large Lectures.
    Linus Michel.
    Master's Thesis. November 2020.
  • Detecting Inconsistent Grading for Textual Exercises.
    Birtan Gültekin.
    Master's Thesis. November 2020.
  • Exercise Assessment Managment in Artemis by Students and Instructors.
    Jonas Petry.
    Bachelor's Thesis. October 2020.
  • Utilizing Hierarchical Clustering to Optimize Automatic Text Assessment Quality.
    Can Arisan.
    Bachelor's Thesis. September 2020.
  • Increasing Accuracy of Automatic Assessment for Textual Exercises by applying context-specific incremental training of ELMo models.
    Adem Khachnaoui.
    Bachelor's Thesis. August 2020.
  • Evaluation of Siamese Networks for improving similarity-based clustering of Textual Student Answers.
    Clemens Zuck.
    Master's Thesis. June 2020.
  • Confidence of Automatic Feedback for Textual Exercises.
    Ngoc-Minh Tran.
    Bachelor's Thesis. March 2020.

2019
  • Text Segmentation Based on Topic Modeling Applied to Students' Answers to Textual Exercises.
    Anna Kovaleva.
    Bachelor's Thesis. September 2019.
  • A Formative Process for the Assessment of Textual Exercises in Very Large Lectures.
    Gregor Ziegltrum.
    Bachelor's Thesis. August 2019.
  • Improvements of the Quiz Functionality in ArTEMiS.
    Ekaterina Sebina.
    Master's Thesis. April 2019.
  • Usability Evaluation of the Quiz Exercise Creation in ArTEMiS.
    Ekaterina Sebina.
    Guided Research. April 2019.