Lehrstuhl für Angewandte Softwaretechnik
Chair for Applied Software Engineering
Nadine von Frankenberg und Ludwigsdorff

Nadine von Frankenberg und Ludwigsdorff

Office: 01.07.055 
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Technische Universität München
Institut für Informatik I1
Boltzmannstraße 3
85748 Garching b. München, Germany 


Office Hours

By appointment. Please contact me via e-mail.


Research Topics & Interests

  • Ubiquitous computing
  • Smart environments
  • Building control systems
  • Human-in-the-loop control
  • Indoor environmental quality & occupant health



Summer 2020

Winter 2019/20

Summer 2019


Winter 2018/19

Summer 2018









Program Committees & Organization

  • PC member: SIGCSE 2021, 52th Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, ACM. Toronto - Canada, March 2021
  • PC member: ICSE 2021, 43rd International Conference on Software Engineering, IEEE/ACM. Madrid - Spain, May 2021
  • Publication Co-Chair: BuildSys20, ACM. Yokohama - Japan, November 2020
  • Publicity Chair: CSEE&T 2020, Conference on Software Engineering Education and Training, IEEE. Munich - Germany, July 2020
  • Publicity Chair & PC member: SEUH, Multikonferenz Software Engineering & Management, GI. Innsbruck - Austria, February 2020
  • PC member: SIGCSE 2020, 51th Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, ACM. Portland - USA, March 2020
  • PC member: SIGCSE 2019, 50th Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, ACM. Minneapolis - USA, February 2018
  • PC member: SIGCSE 2018, 49th Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, ACM. Baltimore - USA, February 2018
  • PC member: SIGCSE 2017, 48th Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, ACM. Seattle -USA, March 2017



Feel free to contact me via e-mail.

Please also enclose the following information: 

  • Earliest start and latest end date
  • CV
  • Grade report
  • Scientific writing sample
    • Seminar thesis, Bachelor's thesis, Guided Research, etc.

You are welcome to bring your own ideas if they fit into my research/interests.


  • User Modeling for Thermal Comfort Control Systems
  • Preferential Privacy (Usable Security) in IEQ Applications

In Progress

  • Requirements Analysis for the Implementation of mHealth Applications in the Infrastructure of the Klinikum rechts der Isar (Veronika Hoffmann)
  • Global Map Integration for Autonomous Driving Systems in Unpaved Roads (Bastian Aigner)
    • Advisors: Mariana Avezum, Nadine von Frankenberg
  • Resolving Thermal Conflicts Using Rationale Management (Loomila Hada)
  • Context-based Conflict Visualisation and Prioritisation in Smart Environments (Charles Donven)
  • InThermCom: Interactive Thermal Comfort Conflict Management (Maksym Hrinenko)


  • Finding Thermal Comfort Consensus Using Game Theory (Matthias Unterfrauner)
  • DUST: Distributed Software Theater (Florian Bodlée)
  • Event-Based Building Management System (Gerald Mahlknecht)
  • Gamification of Occupant Thermal Comfort Voting (Katharina Danner)
  • COSY: Creating Context for Thermal Comfort Sensor-Based Systems (Florian Hautmann)
  • Thermal Comfort in Smart Buildings: Development of a Personalized Machine Learning-Based Temperature Control System (Patrick Ruoff)
  • Analysis, Implementation and Evaluation of Machine Learning Techniques for Extensible Stress Prediction in Extreme Environments (Thomas Binderberger)
    • Advisors: Constantin Scheuermann, Nadine von Frankenberg
  • Real-time Movement Prediction and Recommendation System for Hand Rehabilitation (Muris Causevic)
  • Data Collection and Processing for Multiple Data Sources in Research Studies Under the Consideration of Data Privacy (Felix Matschilles)
  • Apprenticeship Learning-Based Algorithm for Extensible Stress Estimation in Extreme Environments (Michael Möhrle)
    • Advisors: Constantin Scheuermann, Nadine von Frankenberg
  • Visualization of Conflicts and Constraints with Respect to Thermal Comfort in Buildings (Victor Prüfer)
  • An Incremental Learning Approach for Personalized Thermal Comfort in Smart Offices (Oliver Kolar)
  • FETCh: A Feedback Approach for Determining Thermal Comfort in Smart Buildings (Sebastian Liedl)
  • Intuitive Audiovisual Feedback for Home Rehabilitation with a Smart Glove (Agnes Pilch)
  • User Profiles in Dynamic Smart Offices (Admir Jashari)
  • Development of a Fair Assessment System in Artemis (Riccardo Padovani)
    • Advisors: Stephan Krusche, Nadine von Frankenberg