Hi, my name is Oliver Moseler,

I am a doctoral researcher and teaching assistant in the Software-Engineering Group at the University of Trier, Germany.

My research is related to the static and dynamic analysis of programs as well as the visualization of software metrics to support code-related software development tasks. In particular, the design and development of debugging approaches using glyph-based visualizations, their implementation in tools close to integrated development environments and their evaluation is my main research interest.

Lately I have been focusing on performance, concurrency and synchronization in the Java world, i.e. the dynamic analysis of multithreaded Java programs and related concurrency and performance bugs.

megaphone You have at least basic programming experience with Java or are even a Java expert, want to support my research and want us to make a donation to a charity organization?

Perfect, then you should consider participating in my current online survey: https://www.unipark.de/uc/segroup-uni-trier-tfes/

Find more information here: Research project on glyph-based visualizations for debugging concurrent Java programs.