Dr.-Ing. Karsten Saller
I have studied software and internet technologies at the University of Mannheim. In April 2007 I graduated with Bachelor of Science in Computer Science with his thesis “Three dimensional class diagrams”. During my studies in Mannheim, I focused on software engineering, model driven development and computer networks.
In October 2007, I started my studies of computer science at the Technical University of Darmstadt. In February 2010 I graduated with Master of Science. My master thesis was about the automatic test case generation using the model checker SPIN. Major areas of my studies at the TU Darmstadt were quality assurance, software engineering and communication networks.
During my studies, I did a voluntarily internship as a system engineer at DaimlerChrysler Mannheim. Shortly after I started my studies in Darmstadt, I began working as a quality engineer at matrix42.
Since April 2010 I am a PhD student and teaching assistant at the Real-Time Systems Lab. Here, I started in the DFG research group QuaP2P. After the project was successfully finished, I worked on the proposal of the collaborative research center MAKI. Since MAKI has started, I focus my research on model-driven adaptation mechanisms for large-scale distributed systems.