Dr.-Ing.

Dr.-Ing. Wolfram Fenske

AG Datenbanken & Software Engineering
Gebäude 29, Universitätsplatz 2, 39106, Magdeburg, G29-112
Vita

Wolfram Fenske studied computer science at the University of Magdeburg in 2008, specializing in document processing and compiler construction. During that time, he worked as an undergraduate assistant to help implement an e-learning platform and completed an internship at the Daimler research center in Ulm and. After receiving his diploma in 2008, he worked as a software architect at a fintech company in Magdeburg. Always remaining curious, 2013 saw him return to the university of Magdeburg to pursue a PhD in computer science.
His research centers on the code quality of highly configurable systems, but also encompasses reverse engineering, refactoring, and human factors in software development. More recently, his work has branched out to bioinformatics and natural language processing for legal applications. He has published more than twenty articles at international workshops and conferences, including VaMoS, SANER, and ICSE. At GPCE 2017, his empirical study of the effect of C preprocessor annotations on maintainability received the best paper award. Furthermore, he has advised numerous bachelor's and master's theses and has served as reviewer for renowned conferences and journals (e.g., SPLC, SCAM, and the Journal of Empirical Software Engineering).

Projekte
Es sind keine Projekte verfügbar
Forschung
  • Code smells & refactoring
  • Highly configurable software systems (a.k.a. software product lines)
  • Empirical software engineering
  • Program comprehension and human factors
  • Natural language processing for legal applications
Publikationen

2021

  • Wolfram Fenske, Jacob Krüger, Maria Kanyshkova, and Sandro Schulze. #ifdef Directives and Program Comprehension: The Dilemma between Correctness and Preference. In Software Engineering, SE. GI, February 2021. Accepted.
     

2020

2019

  • Jacob Krüger, Jens Wiemann, Wolfram Fenske, Gunter Saake, and Thomas Leich. Program Comprehension and Developers’ Memory. In INFORMATIK 2019: 50 Jahre Gesellschaft für Informatik, INFORMATIK LNI, pages 99–100. GI, November 2019.
     
  • Sabine Wehnert, Sayed Anisul Hoque, Wolfram Fenske, and Gunter Saake. Threshold-Based Retrieval and Textual Entailment Detection on Legal Bar Exam Questions. arXiv preprint arXiv:1905.13350, June 2019.
     
  • Roman Zoun, Kay Schallert, David Broneske, Wolfram Fenske, Marcus Pinnecke, Robert Heyer, Sven Brehmer, Dirk Benndorf, and Gunter Saake. MSDataStream - Connecting a Bruker Mass Spectrometer to the Internet. In Datenbanksysteme für Business, Technologie und Web, pages 507 – 510. Gesellschaft für Informatik, March 2019.
     
  • Sabine Wehnert, Wolfram Fenske, and Gunter Saake. Context Selection in a Heterogeneous Legal Ontology. In Holger Meyer, Norbert Ritter, Andreas Thor, Daniela Nicklas, Andreas Heuer, and Meike Klettke, editors, BTW 2019 – Workshopband, volume P-290 of Lecture Notes in Informatics (LNI), pages 129–134. Gesellschaft für Informatik, March 2019.
     
  • Jacob Krüger, Jens Wiemann, Wolfram Fenske, Gunter Saake, and Thomas Leich. Understanding How Programmers Forget. In Software Engineering and Software Management, SE/SWM LNI, pages 85–86. GI, February 2019.
     

2018

  • Jacob Krüger, Wolfram Fenske, Thomas Thüm, Dirk Aporius, Gunter Saake, and Thomas Leich. Apo-Games - A Case Study for Reverse Engineering Variability from Cloned Java Variants. In International Systems and Software Product Line Conference, SPLC, pages 251–256. ACM, September 2018.
     
  • Roman Zoun, Gabriel Campero Durand, Kay Schallert, Apoorva Patrikar, David Broneske, Wolfram Fenske, Robert Heyer, Dirk Benndorf, and Gunter Saake. Protein Identification as a Suitable Application for Fast Data Architecture. In International Workshop on Biological Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining (BIOKDD-DEXA), pages 168 – 178. IEEE, September 2018.
     
  • Roman Zoun, Kay Schallert, Atin Janki, Rohith Ravindran, Gabriel Campero Durand, Wolfram Fenske, David Broneske, Robert Heyer, Dirk Benndorf, and Gunter Saake. Streaming FDR Calculation for Protein Identication. In Advances in Databases and Information Systems, pages 80 – 87, September 2018.
     
  • Jacob Krüger, Jens Wiemann, Wolfram Fenske, Gunter Saake, and Thomas Leich. Do You Remember This Source Code?. In International Conference on Software Engineering, ICSE, pages 764–775. ACM, May 2018.
     
  • Atin Janki, Roman Zoun, Kay Schallert, Rohith Ravindran, David Broneske, Wolfram Fenske, Robert Heyer, Dirk Benndorf, and Gunter Saake. Connecting X! Tandem to a Database Management System. In GI-Workshop Grundlagen von Datenbanken, GvDB, pages 77–82, May 2018.
     
  • Sandro Schulze and Wolfram Fenske. Analyzing the Evolution of Preprocessor-Based Variability: A Tale of a Thousand and One Scripts. In International Working Conference on Source Code Analysis and Manipulation (SCAM), pages 50–55. IEEE, 2018.
     
  • R. Zoun, G. C. Durand, K. Schallert, A. Patrikar, D. Broneske, W. Fenske, R. Heyer, D. Benndorf, and G. Saake. Protein Identification as a Suitable Application for Fast Data Architecture. Database and Expert Systems Applications: Dexa 2018 International Workshops, Volume 903, pages 168–178, 2018. Bm1ts Times Cited:1 Cited References Count:30 Communications in Computer and Information Science.
     
  • R. Zoun, K. Schallert, A. Janki, R. Ravindran, G. C. Durand, W. Fenske, D. Broneske, R. Heyer, D. Benndorf, and G. Saake. Streaming FDR Calculation for Protein Identification. New Trends in Databases and Information Systems, Adbis 2018, Volume 909, pages 80–87, 2018. Bm5sq Times Cited:1 Cited References Count:20 Communications in Computer and Information Science.
     

2017

2016

2015

2014

  • Wolfram Fenske, Thomas Thüm, and Gunter Saake. A Taxonomy of Software Product Line Reengineering. In Proc. Int’l Work. on Variability Modeling of Software-Intensive Systems (VaMoS ’14), pages 4:1–4:8, New York, NY, USA, January 2014. ACM.
     

2010

  • Cerstin Mahlow, Michael Piotrowski, and Wolfram Fenske. A solid foundation: Why e-assessment should be based on a systematic typology of test items. In Miguel B. Nunes and Maggie McPherson, editors, Proceedings of the IADIS International Conference E-Learning 2010, volume 2, pages 47–51. IADIS Press, July 2010.
     

2007

  • Michael Piotrowski and Wolfram Fenske. Interoperabilität von elektronischen Tests. In DeLFI 2007, 5. e-Learning Fachtagung Informatik, volume 111 of LNI, pages 185–196. GI, 2007.
     

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