Nitish Patkar

I am a Ph.D. student at SCG since March 2018. My work essentially involves building tools and methodology to engage several different stakeholders into requirements engineering and domain modeling activities. The central idea of my thesis is to identify different requirements formats suitable for specific stakeholders and to model those in a single tool. Eventually, such a tool will allow smooth co-evolution of different requirements artifacts and improve traceability and change impact analysis.

Available seminar projects

  1. From user stories to live documentation
  2. Outlining the state-of-the-art requirements elicitation tools
  3. Mining StackOverflow to understand developer concerns regarding domain modeling
  4. Mobile Requirements Elicitation
  5. Stakeholder-friendly-Visual-scenario-builder

Available bachelor/master thesis

  1. Vision Backlog

Contact

For any project (seminar, bachelor’s, or master’s) ideas, feel free to visit me in SCG or drop me an email.

E-Mailnitish.patkar [AT] inf.unibe.ch
Phone+41 31 511 7644
Address University of Bern, Software Composition Group,
Room 206, Sch├╝tzenmattstrasse 14, CH-3012 Bern

Publications

2019

  1. Nitish Patkar, Pascal Gadient, Mohammad Ghafari, and Oscar Nierstrasz. Towards a Catalogue of Mobile Elicitation Techniques. In 25th International Conference on Requirements Engineering: Foundation for Software Quality (REFSQ), 2019. DOI PDF 

2018

  1. Nitish Patkar. Vision Backlog. Masters thesis, University of Paderborn, Germany, 2018. PDF 
  2. Nitish Patkar. Towards Executable Domain Models. In Seminar Series on Advanced Techniques \& Tools for Software Evolution (SATToSE), 2018. PDF 
  3. Björn Senft, Holger Fischer, Simon Oberthür, and Nitish Patkar. Assist Users to Straightaway Suggest and Describe Experienced Problems. In International Conference of Design, User Experience, and Usability, p. 758—770, 2018. DOI 

Last changed by nitish on 28 November 2019