My name is David Wille and I grew up and went to school in the northern part of Germany in a small Lower Saxon town close to Bremen. Currently, I am working as a computer scientist with focus on digital life cycle management in the automotive sector at Volkswagen AG in Wolfsburg, Germany.
I am interested in traveling, photography, sports (working out at the gym and tennis), good food, cooking and meeting my friends.
Below you can find my curriculum vitae and a list of my publications.
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Direct assignment to a project at Volkswagen AG in Wolfsburg. Duties include: support of the project owner in the agile development process based on the Scaled Agile Framework® (SAFe®), analysis of requirements to create User Stories and refinement of the Backlog, creation of release documents (e.g., a logging concept and a roles- and rights concept), creation of a staging concept, coordination with other stakeholders on architectural decisions (e.g., interfaces and service implementations), support of external test teams (i.e., for the end-to-end system test, the penertation test as well as the load and performance test).
Functional specification of a system to analyze the compatibility of systems in cars after updating / replacing software or hardware. Project coordination and personelle responsibility.
Research of algorithms to automatically reverse-engineer variability between related artifact variants (e.g., statecharts, MATLAB/Simulink models, source code, technical architecture descriptions) using model-based techniques. The identified varibiability information is used to visualize the identified variability relations between the systems, to improve the analyzed systems (e.g., their maintainability) by restructuring them or to transfer the artifacts to a software product line.
Research of algorithms to automatically reverse-engineer variability between related MATLAB/Simulink model variants.
Focus on Software Engineering, Software Architectures, Software Product Lines and Model-based Software Engineering
Minor subject: Communication Networks
Awarded for the Dissertation "Custom-Tailored Product Line Extraction"
Awarded for the paper "Reducing Variability of Technically Related Software Systems in Large-Scale IT Landscapes" at the International Conference on Computer Science and Software Engineering (CASCON) 2018 in Toronto (Canada)
Awarded for the paper "Variability Mining of Technical Architectures" at the International Systems and Software Product Line Conference (SPLC) 2017 in Seville (Spain)
Awarded for Outstanding Accomplishments at Master's Level
Awarded to participate in the Student Research Competition of the International Symposium on Foundations of Software Engineering (FSE) 2014 in Hong Kong
Awarded for Particular Good Accomplishments at Bachelor's Level
Presentation of research results (cf. list of publications and the corresponding post) in front of scientific audiences at well recognized international conferences and workshops.