Hello world, this is my #introduction:
I am a doctoral candidate at the Research Group for Applied Software Engineering (Prof. Bruegge) at the Technical University of Munich (TUM). My research focuses on computer science education and automated assessments of textual exercises. In addition, I am teaching the lecture courses Introduction to Software Engineering (~2,200 students) and Patterns in Software Engineering (~700 students) at TUM.
I have been on Twitter for 13 years but mostly read stuff. My recent tweets have mostly been about my papers or conferences, so I decided to join scholar.social. With this account, I want to give the #fediverse another go. I am happy to connect with scientists worldwide, especially in the areas of #softwareengineering, #edtech, #edutech, and related fields.
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