Lehrstuhl für Angewandte Softwaretechnik
Chair for Applied Software Engineering

 Paul Schmiedmayer

E-Mail: paul.schmiedmayer (at) tum.de
Office: 01.07.053 (FMI)
Phone: +49 89 289-18234

Office hours: Upon request. Contact me via e-mail to make an appointment.

Postal address:
Technische Universität München
Fakultät für Informatik / Lehrstuhl I1
Boltzmannstrasse 3
85748 Garching bei München

Twitter @PSchmiedmayer

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Projects

  • Apeer - Free and Open Platform for your Image Processing Needs, Zeiss (iPraktikum 2019)
  • Intelligent Workplace - Controlling Smart Devices using Augmented Reality, Carnegie Mellon University (iPraktikum 2018/19)
  • Zeiss PiWeb App - Tool for Metrologists to Visualize 3D Models and Measurements Using Augmented Reality, Zeiss (iPraktikum 2018, AppStore)
  • JASS 2018 - Multimodal Pickup and Delivery System Using Autonomous Cars and Autonomous Drones, JetBrains (JASS 2018)
  • BSB Reservation - Tool to reserve and administer workplaces in the Bavarian State Library, Bokowsky + Laymann (iPraktikum 2017/18, AppStore)
  • Scentdipity - Create custom fragrances using the Scentdipity machine and the corresponding app, B/S/H/ (iPraktikum 2016/17)
  • SWOOP - Stroke Workflow Optimization application to reduce the time needed for the stroke workflow in the KRI hospital, University Hospital rechts der Isar (iPraktikum 2016)

Teaching

Winter 2019/20:
Applied Machine Learning - iPraktikum - Teaching Swift & iOS - Agile Project Management
Summer 2019:
iPraktikum - Teaching Swift & iOS - Agile Project Management - Ferienakademie 2019
Winter 2018/19:
JASS 2019
Summer 2018:
iPraktikum - Teaching Swift & iOS - Agile Project Management
Winter 2017/18:
iPraktikum - Teaching Swift & iOS - Agile Project Management
Summer 2017:
iPraktikum - Teaching Swift & iOS - Agile Project Management

Research Interests

  • Swift Programming Language
    • Development for Apple Platforms 
    • Server-Side Swift development
  • Declarative & Composable programming
  • Client and Server-Side Networking Architectures & Protocols
  • Deployment Strategies and Orchestration

Thesis

Feel free to contact me via e-mail. Feel free to bring your own ideas if they fit into my research/interests. (Recommended Reading)

Open

Masterthesis / Bachelorthesis / Guided Research
Serverless Swift Deployment
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The goal of the thesis should be an evaluation of different deployment strategies in serverless server architectures. One area of interest is the decomposition a declarative Server-Side Swift framework into functional segments that could be individually deployed and how the components must be orchestrated so they can communicate with each other. Reach out to me via email if you are interested in the thesis or related components that could support the development of such a system. Your email should contain information about your previous Swift and server-side programming experience and a short proposal of a possible approach you would like to take.
Masterthesis / Bachelorthesis / Guided Research
A Declarative Server-Side Swift Framework
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  The goal of the thesis should be an evaluation of declarative frameworks in Swift and the implementation of a Server-Side Swift framework based on the conducted research. The framework should build on top of Swift NIO and Vapor. It should be able to run on Apple platforms as well as Linux. Reach out to me via email if you are interested in the thesis or related Swift frameworks that could support the development of such a system. Your email should contain information about your previous Swift and server-side programming experience and a short proposal of a possible approach you would like to take.

In Progress

Finished