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Thomas Kowark

Thomas is a member of the HPI research school on "Service-oriented Systems Engineering" and affiliated with the research group "Enterprise Platform and Integration Concepts". After completing both the Bachelor’s and the Master’s program at HPI he decided to continue with his Ph.D. studies at this institute, but broadened the focus from a completely technical to a more design research driven level. He is involved in various teaching activities, for example as a teaching assistant in a software engineering lecture. In that lecture, he is responsible for organizing an exercise that has all 80 students of the lecture develop a single system in a joint effort. Furthermore, he is responsible for organizing the ME310 lecture at the EPIC chair and also serves as a teaching assistant in that course.

Projects

How can Design Thinking improve Software Engineering Processes?

PI: Jens Krüger / Dr. Jürgen Müller Abstract Design Thinking has shown its value as a methodology for the generation of … > mehr

How can Design Thinking improve Software Engineering Processes II

PI: Dr. Matthias Uflacker Abstract Design Thinking has shown its value as a methodology for the generation of innovative … > mehr

analyzeD - A Virtual Design Observatory (HPI/CDR)

PI: Dr. Alexander Zeier / Prof. Larry Leifer Abstract With analyzed we are creating a design project analyzer that … > mehr

analyzeD

PI: Larry Leifer Abstract With analyzeD we aim to create and disseminate a design project analyzer that will enable … > mehr