Thomas is a university assistant and PhD student at the Distributed Systems Group of the Institute of Information Systems. After finishing his bachelor studies in 2014, he received a master's degree in Software Engineering & Internet Computing from TU Wien in 2016. Before joining the Distributed Systems Group, Thomas worked for three years as a software engineer at the industry-oriented research facility CDL-Flex, developing a data integration platform for systems engineering data and tools. He also has over four years of professional experience in Web application engineering.
- Edge computing
- Event-based systems
- Message-oriented middleware
- Empirical software engineering
|184.167||Distributed Systems||UE, 3.0 ECTS|
|184.260||Distributed Systems Technologies||VU, 6.0 ECTS|
|184.715||Project in Software Engineering & Internet Computing||PR, 12.0 ECTS|
I offer project and seminar topics and I am also happy to (co-)advise bachelor or master theses. Do not hesitate to contact me if you have an interesting topic!
List of currently offered topics:
The listed topics can also be re-structured to be realized as a thesis or a project.
- Thomas Rausch, Waldemar Hummer, Philipp Leitner, Stefan Schulte. "An Empirical Analysis of Build Failures in the Continuous Integration Workflows of Java-Based Open-Source Software." In 14th International Conference on Mining Software Repositories (MSR'17), 2017. Download
- Thomas Rausch. "Build Failure Prediction in Continuous Integration Workflows." Diploma Thesis, TU Wien, 2016. Download