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Marcel Taeumel

Marcel Taeumel is PhD student at the Hasso-Plattner-Institute at the University of Potsdam. He is part of the Software-Architecture group led by Prof. Dr. Robert Hirschfeld. Since October 2011, Marcel has also been part of the HPI Research School after getting is Master's degree in Software Engineering at the HPI, too.

His research activities include the area of integrated tools for programmers, especially code-centric program comprehension. For this, direct manipulation concepts, dynamic analysis, and cooperation of distributed teams in agile processes play an important role.
Additionally, he investigates modularity concepts with respect to critical software quality metrics such as extensibility and maintainability while reasoning about interdependencies between languages and tools.

Projects

Can Design Thinking Improve Programming?

Can Design Thinking Improve Programming? – Empirically Evaluating Design Methods for Program Design … > more

Can Design Thinking Improve Programming? Exploring Means to Grow a Shared Vocabulary Between Programmers and Domain Experts

Can Design Thinking Improve Programming? Exploring Means to Grow a Shared Vocabulary Between … > more

Can Design Thinking Improve Programming? II Data-driven Tool Construction for Integrating Tangible Artifacts into Programming Activities

Can Design Thinking Improve Programming? II Data-driven Tool Construction for Integrating Tangible … > more

Can Design Thinking Improve Programming? II Data-driven Tool Construction for Integrating Tangible Artifacts into Programming Activities

Can Design Thinking Improve Programming? II Data-driven Tool Construction for Integrating Tangible … > more