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Prof. Dr. M. Jarke
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Prof. Dr. Matthias Jarke - Theses

Activity Dialog Service - Open
Intelligent agenda planning systems create itineraries for users based on their appointments and activities. The objective of the thesis is the analysis of the user planning task for appointments and activities, the design of a semantic model for the user dialog with an appointment and activity planning system. As proof of concept a functional prototype should be implemented and evaluated.
Bachelor, Master
Blockchain-based Verification of Learning Analytics Data - Open
The goal of this thesis is to make collected Learning Analytics data, extracted from various Learning Management Systems, traceable and verifiable by keeping a reference to the monitored data on the las2peer Blockchain. The thesis should investigate related work in the domain of educational usage of Blockchain technology. The developed extension should integrate into the existing project's infrastructure and provide learners and their mentors/tutors with a tool to explore when and what kind of data was collected. By improving this traceability, we hope to increase the trust in the data collection (and its usage) from both learners and mentors.
Gamification of Serious Games with Recommendation Support - Open
The goal of this master thesis is to re-design and extend an existing serious games platform as microservices for a gamification framework already realized as microservice architecture.
Bachelor, Master
Secure and User-friendly Authentication for a Decentralized Service Platform - Open
The goal of this thesis is the development of a secure and user-friendly authentication system for las2peer. Conceptually, it should be build on / support the aforementioned existing features of las2peer, namely the blockchain-based verification system and the OpenId Connect standard. Technically, these two systems should be integrated within a modern Web authentication flow, supporting the WebAuthn standard and integrating Decentralized Identifiers. The resulting implementation should be fully compatible with existing authentication scenarios of las2peer and provide users with an optional extra layer of security.
User Digital Assistant Dialog Service - Open
Intelligent user assistant agents and chatbots provide task based interactions and functionality to the user. The objective of the thesis is the user interaction analysis for a given set of tasks, the design of a suitable dialog service based on a semantic knowledge model, and the implementation and evaluation of a functional prototype.
Utilize Chat Interfaces for Social Bot Creation - Open
Social Bots (software robots) are computer algorithms that automatically produce content and interact with humans on social media. This thesis will utilize chat interfaces and a social bot framework to create social bots. It will also extend the framework to support various social bot types (e.g. chatbots, crawlers, transactional bots or informational bots).
Bachelor, Master
Versioning and Access Management in Web-Based Collaborative Model-Driven Web Engineering - Open
Modern collaborative development practices use agile principles to structure and organize the development process. The tool support for this includes source code management, with the large majority of development teams using Git. While collaboration patterns and access management of cooperation on source code is studied quite well, for MDWE (Model-Driven Web Engineering) processes, where collaboration happens on models instead of (only) source code, this is not yet the case. The thesis should investigate possibilities of versioning and access management for an existing MDWE platform.
Web-based Cluster Deployment for a Large-Scale Distributed Infrastructure - Open
Nowadays, agile development processes use cloud container orchestration platforms for continuous integration, deployment and delivery. Technologies like Docker and Kubernetes are used here as the state-of-the-art cloud-native infrastructures the software is deployed on. However, deployment of heterogeneous service environments, developed by multiple teams with different technical proficiency levels, is not a trivial task. The thesis should investigate possibilities of automatic Web-based deployment of microservices in a Kubernetes cluster.