Sandra Greiner

Postdoctoral Researcher

Sandra Greiner
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I am postdoctoral researcher since November 2022 and joined the SEG group in August 2022. Before, I did my PhD studies at the University of Bayreuth under the supervision of Prof. Bernhard Westfechtel in the field of model-driven software product line engineering. Besides working on my thesis on multi-variant model transformations, I visited the IT University of Copenhagen in 2021 for conducting research on synchronizing variability information under the supervision of Prof. Christoph Seidl in the Software Quality Research group.
My main research interests lie in automating the creation of customized software solutions by maintaining variability throughout the software development lifecylce. A special focus lies on using models to abstract the software and to automate its safe generation.


At the VaMoS 2023, I was awarded as Distinguished Reviewer.

Our paper Benchmark Generation with VEVOS: A Coverage Analysis of Evolution Scenarios in Variant-Rich Systems has been accepted at VaMoS 2023 as full paper. Additionally, I will give a talk about Preserving Variability Consistency in Multiple Models at VaMoS 2023.

I serve as PC at the VaMoS 2023 (17th International Working Conference on Variability Modelling of Software-Intensive Systems). At the SPLC'22, I will co-chair the hybrid VariVolution workshop.


For an entire list of my publications please have a look at dblp or find me at Google Scholar.