Thomas Rausch

University assistant

+43 1 58801 184838

last edited: 14.03.2019


Short CV

Thomas is a university assistant and PhD student at the Distributed Systems Group of the Institute of Information Systems Engineering. 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. In 2018 he spent three months as a visiting researcher at IBM Watson Research in New York, working on systems to operationalize AI. His current activities include researching event-based systems for Edge computing applications, and Cloud/Edge engineering in the CPS/IoT Ecosystem project.

Research Interests

Teaching

Courses

No. Title Type
184.167 Distributed Systems UE, 3.0 ECTS
184.153 Distributed Systems Engineering VU, 3.0 ECTS
184.260 Distributed Systems Technologies VU, 6.0 ECTS
184.715 Project in Software Engineering & Internet Computing PR, 12.0 ECTS
194.058 Project in Computer Science 1 PR, 6.0 ECTS
194.059 Project in Computer Science 2 PR, 6.0 ECTS
184.194 Seminar in Distributed Systems SE, 3.0 ECTS

Thesis & Project Supervision

I offer project topics and I am also happy to (co-)advise bachelor or master theses. Check out my projects page to see what I’m working on. If you are interested in working on one of these projects, we can develop a topic for a thesis or a project around your strengths.

Co-Supervised Theses

Current Projects

The CPS/IoT Ecosystem is a collaborative effort between TU Wien, AIT, IST, and TTTech, to evaluate state-of-the art cyber-physical system and Internet of Things technologies, and build a unified CPS/IoT ecosystem for industrial and educational applications.

Publications

  1. Gusev, M., Koteska, B., Kostoska, M., Jakimovski, B., Dustdar, S., Rausch, T., … Fahringer, T. (2019). A Deviceless Edge Computing Approach for Streaming IoT Applications. IEEE Internet Computing, 23(1), 37–45.
  2. Rausch, T., & Dustdar, S. (2019). Edge Intelligence: The Convergence of Humans, Things, and AI. In 2019 IEEE International Conference on Cloud Engineering (IC2E).
  3. Hummer, W., Muthusamy, V., Rausch, T., Dube, P., & El Maghraoui, K. (2019). ModelOps: Cloud-based Lifecycle Management for Reliable and Trusted AI. In 2019 IEEE International Conference on Cloud Engineering (IC2E).
  4. Skarlat, O., Karagiannis, V., Rausch, T., Bachmann, K., & Schulte, S. (2018). A Framework for Optimization, Service Placement, and Runtime Operation in the Fog. In 2018 IEEE/ACM 11th International Conference on Utility and Cloud Computing (UCC’18).
  5. Rausch, T., Avasalcai, C., & Dustdar, S. (2018). Portable Energy-Aware Cluster-Based Edge Computers. In 2018 IEEE/ACM Symposium on Edge Computing (SEC’18).
  6. Isakovic, H., Ratasich, D., Hirsch, C., Platzer, M., Wally, B., Rausch, T., … others. (2018). CPS/IoT Ecosystem: A platform for research and education. In Proceedings of the 14th Workshop on Embedded and Cyber-Physical Systems Education (WESE 2018).
  7. Rausch, T., Dustdar, S., & Ranjan, R. (2018). Osmotic Message-Oriented Middleware for the Internet of Things. IEEE Cloud Computing, 5(2), 17–25.
  8. Rausch, T., Nastic, S., & Dustdar, S. (2018). EMMA: Distributed QoS-Aware MQTT Middleware for Edge Computing Applications. In 2018 IEEE International Conference on Cloud Engineering (IC2E).
  9. Rausch, T. (2017). Message-oriented Middleware for Edge Computing Applications. In Proceedings of the 18th Doctoral Symposium of the 18th International Middleware Conference (pp. 3–4).
  10. Nastic, S., Rausch, T., Scekic, O., Dustdar, S., Gusev, M., Koteska, B., … Prodan, R. (2017). A Serverless Real-Time Data Analytics Platform for Edge Computing. IEEE Internet Computing, 21(4), 64–71.
  11. Rausch, T., Hummer, W., Leitner, P., & Schulte, S. (2017). An Empirical Analysis of Build Failures in the Continuous Integration Workflows of Java-based Open-source Software. In Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Mining Software Repositories.

Theses

  1. Thomas Rausch, “Build Failure Prediction in Continuous Integration Workflows”, Diploma Thesis, TU Wien, 2016.

Academic Activities

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