Lehrstuhl für Angewandte Softwaretechnik
Chair for Applied Software Engineering

Jan Philip Bernius

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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Projects

Research

I am interested in the following research topics

Publications

2019

Presentations

2019

Teaching

Winter 2019/20 iPraktikum
Summer 2019 iPraktikum | Project Organization and Management (Lecture on Branch and Merge Management)
Winter 2018/19 iPraktikum | JASS 2019

Theses

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Theses usually include an implementation project within the Artemis platform.

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Masterthesis OR Guided Research
Using Similarity Clusters to Detect Plagiarism in Textual Student Answers
Advisor
  
Masterthesis OR Guided Research
Increasing Accuracy of Automatic Assessment for Textual Exercises by applying context-specific incremental training of ELMo models
Advisor
  

In Progress

                
Masterthesis 
Evaluation of Siamese Networks for improving similarity-based clustering of Textual Student Answers
Advisor
Author
Clemens Zuck
Date
15.05.2019
 
Bachelorthesis
Confidence of Automatic Feedback for Textual Exercises
Advisor
Author
Ngoc-Minh Tran
Date
15.03.2020
                

Finished

 
Bachelorthesis
Text Segmentation Based on Topic Modeling Applied to Students' Answers to Textual Exercises
Advisor
Author
Anna Kovaleva
Date
15.09.2019
 
Masterthesis
Improvements of the Quiz Functionality in ArTEMiS
Advisor
Author
Ekaterina Sebina
Date
15.04.2019
 
Guided Research
Usability Evaluation of the Quiz Exercise Creation in ArTEMiS
Advisor
Author
Ekaterina Sebina
Date
02.04.2019
             
Bachelorthesis
A Formative Process for the Assessment of Textual Exercises in Very Large Lectures
Advisor
Author
Gregor Ziegltrum
Date
08.08.2019