I am a researcher at KIT since 2020. I have broad interests and am enthusiastic about a wide variety of topics in software engineering. Specifically, these include natural language processing, consistency relations, studies about women in computer science, the engineering process behind security, and energy systems.
My current research is focused on the latter: My goal is to find an easy and efficient way to combine the software life cycle with knowledge about security.
Therefore, I am involved in KASTEL-ESS to develop such an approach and to find out if it can be applied to energy systems.
Continuous Secure Software Development and Analysis Schulz, S.; Reiche, F.; Hahner, S.; Schiffl, J. 2022. Symposium on Software Performance 2021 : Short Paper Proceedings of Symposium on Software Performance, Leipzig, Germany, November 9.-10., 2021. Ed.: D. G. Reichelt, R. Müller, S. Becker, W. Hasselbring, A. v. Hoorn, S. Kounev, A. Koziolek, R. Reussner, RWTH Aachen