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  1. J. Bogner, S. Wagner, and A. Zimmermann, “On the impact of service-oriented patterns on software evolvability: a controlled experiment and metric-based analysis,” PeerJ Computer Science, vol. 5, p. e213, 2019.
  2. K. Sagatz, “Anwaltsstrategien gegenüber Medien: ‘Wenn Sie das schreiben, verklage ich Sie!,’” Tagesspiegel, Aug. 2019.
  3. P. Schmidt and H. Steeb, “Numerical aspects of hydro-mechanical coupling of fluid-filled fractures using hybrid-dimensional element formulations and non-conformal meshes,” GEM - International Journal on Geomathematics, vol. 10, no. 1, p. 14, 2019.
  4. W. Li, “Optical studies on two-dimensional organic conductors under high pressure,” PhD dissertation, Stuttgart, 2019.
  5. J. Valentin, “B-splines for sparse grids : algorithms and application to higher-dimensional optimization,” PhD dissertation, Stuttgart, 2019.
  6. R. Lindner, “Prozessentwicklung zur Produktion und Reinigung eines PEGylierten Antikörperfragmentes,” PhD dissertation, Stuttgart, 2019.
  7. C. Florio et al., “A Life Cycle Assessment of Biomethane Production from Waste Feedstock Through Different Upgrading Technologies,” Energies, vol. 12, no. 4, p. 718, 2019.
  8. M. Dazer, “Zuverlässigkeitstestplanung mit Berücksichtigung von Vorwissen aus stochastischen Lebensdauerberechnungen,” Institut für Maschinenelemente, Stuttgart, 2019.
  9. A. Schwentner, “Metabolic engineering studies with Corynebacterium glutamicum : exploring new ways to produce L-histidine & L-valine,” PhD dissertation, Stuttgart, 2019.
  10. M. Kalmer, “Re-organisieren : Echtzeit-Ordnung auf Abruf : kategoriale Neuordnung räumlicher Produktionen infolge digitaler Protokolle an Beispielen insbesondere bewegungsbezogener Applikationen für den Straßenraum Münchens,” PhD dissertation, Stuttgart, 2018.
  11. D. Paul, “Understanding the mechanisms of robustness in intracellular protein signalling cascades and gene expression,” PhD dissertation, Stuttgart, 2018.
  12. C. Woiski, “Der biologische Abbau von hydroxylierten Alkylethern,” PhD dissertation, Stuttgart, 2018.
  13. U. Afzal, N. Akbary, and J. Rudyk, “Kombinationsverfahren zur Abgasbehandlung bei Verbrennungsanlagen zur Verfeuerung fester Brennstoffe,” 6. Fachkolloquium Effiziente und Schadstoffarme Verbrennungstechnologien für Biomasse, 12.05.2015, Stuttgart, 2015.
  14. U. Afzal and C. Merten, “CFD simulation of distribution of gaseous emissions in the plastic manufacturing indoor environment,” National Conference on World Environment Day, 23.06.2018, Lahore, Pakistan, 2018.
  15. C. Schober, “Modeling and simulation of cabin air filtration with focus on electrostatic effects,” PhD dissertation, Stuttgart, 2019.
  16. Y. Cui, “User-based adaptable simulation modelling and design for railway planning and operations,” Books on Demand GmbH, Norderstedt, 2018.
  17. D. Hose, C. de Prada, and G. . Gonzalez, “Modeling and Identification of ABE Fermentation Processes,” in Proceedings of the XXXVII Jornadas de Automatica, Universidad Complutense de Madrid (Spain), 2016.
  18. U. Afzal, C. Merten, and M. Aleysa, “A benchmark test model for the validation of the CFD simulations to predict the distribution of gaseous emissions in the indoor environment,” in Proceedings of the 3rd Iranian Conference on Heat and Mass Transfer - ICHMT2017, 22.11 - 23.11.2017, Babol, Iran, 2017.
  19. L. Stoicescu, “Bildgebende Messung der Lumineszenz von Photovoltaikanlagen unter Tageslicht,” Verlag Dr. Hut, München, 2019.
  20. H. Müller, “Untersuchungen zur Charakterisierung und Biegewechselbelastung von laserdirektstrukturierten Leiterbahnen auf MID,” Verlag Dr. Hut, München, 2019.
  21. H. Kosow, “New outlooks in traceability and consistency of integrated scenarios,” vol. 3, no. 16, 2015.
  22. A. Speckmann, “Der Ausschluss von der Blutspende für Männer, die sexuelle Beziehungen zu Männern hatten, nach Maßgabe der EuGH-Rechtssprechung. Auswirkungen des Vorabentscheidungsverfahrens C-528/13 ‘Geoffrey Léger’ auf die Rechtslage in Deutschland,” Brühl/Rheinland : Hochschule des Bundes für öffentliche Verwaltung, 2019.
  23. R. Scheele, H. Kosow, and S. Prehofer, “Kontextszenarien als Ergänzung modellgestützter Szenarioanalysen : Grundlagen und aktuelle Fragestellungen,” in Digitale Welten, Stuttgart, 2017, vol. 30, pp. 107–121.
  24. J. Bogner, J. Fritzsch, S. Wagner, and A. Zimmermann, “Microservices in Industry: Insights into Technologies, Characteristics, and Software Quality,” in 2019 IEEE International Conference on Software Architecture Companion (ICSA-C), Hamburg, Germany, 2019, pp. 187--195.
  25. T. Schröck, “Verbesserung der Regelung bei der Herstellung von Siliciumeinkristallen nach dem Czochralski-Verfahren,” PhD dissertation, Stuttgart, 2019.
  26. U. Afzal and C. Merten, “Experimental validation of a CFD simulation model to determine the distribution of gaseous emissions in the industrial indoor environment,” 4th International Conference on Sustainability in Process Industries, 24.10. – 25.10.2018, UET Peshawar, Pakistan, 2018.
  27. C. Ndibe, “Characterization of torrefied fuels for direct co-firing in large pulverized fuel boilers,” Shaker Verlag, Düren, 2019.
  28. S. Ade, “Abscheideverhalten von Sprays in kleinskaligen Nasswäschern zur Ölaerosolabscheidung,” Shaker Verlag, Düren, 2019.
  29. W. Rui, “From Hermitian to non-Hermitian topological phases of matter,” PhD dissertation, Stuttgart, 2019.
  30. E. Hauser, “Spectral asymptotics for stretched fractals,” PhD dissertation, Stuttgart, 2019.
  31. A. Oleynikov, U. Afzal, M. Konstantin, and C. Merten, “Numerical and experimental investigations of geometrical properties of U-shaped metal expansion bellows for fully welded ball valves,” 23rd International Congress of Chemical and Process Engineering CHISA 2018, 25.08. – 29.08.2018, Prague, 2018.
  32. C. Wiljes and P. Cimiano, “Teaching Research Data Management for Students,” Data Science Journal, vol. 18, no. 1, p. 38, 2019.
  33. T. Tauterat, N. Schmeinck, S. Keckl, and M. Mikusz, “Further Development of the Stuttgart Enterprise Model in Terms of the Applicability to Global Manufacturing Networks,” Procedia CIRP, vol. 19, pp. 45–50, 2014.
  34. M. S. Fischer, D. Holder, and T. Maier, “Evaluating Similarities in Visual Product Appearance for Brand Affiliation,” in AHFE 2019, Advances in Affective and Pleasurable Design, Washington D.C., USA, 2019, pp. 3–12.
  35. F. C. Ziem, “Nanometric magnetic resonance imaging with a wide field of view,” PhD dissertation, Stuttgart, 2019.
  36. M. Reischle, G. J. Beirne, R. Roßbach, M. Jetter, H. Schweizer, and P. Michler, “Non-resonant tunneling in single pairs of vertically stacked asymmetric InP/GaInP quantum dots,” 2008.
  37. E. Schneider, “Multi-level simulation of nano-electronic digital circuits on GPUs,” PhD dissertation, Stuttgart, 2019.
  38. A. Topp, “Probing the electronic structure of new 3D Dirac semimetals,” PhD dissertation, Stuttgart, 2019.
  39. S. C. Most, “Analysis and simulation of anomalous transport in porous media,” Eigenverlag des Instituts für Wasser- und Umweltsystemmodellierung der Universität Stuttgart, Stuttgart, 2019.
  40. W. Liu, “Understanding ocean tide aliasing in satellite gravimetry,” PhD dissertation, Stuttgart, 2019.
  41. F. Weiss, “Untersuchung des Entwicklungsprozesses für additiv gefertigte Bauteile mittels Bereitstellung einer elementaren Informationsstruktur,” Institut für Konstruktionstechnik und Technisches Design, Stuttgart, 2019.
  42. B. Schembera and D. Iglezakis, “The Genesis of EngMeta - A Metadata Model for Research Data in Computational Engineering,” in Metadata and Semantic Research, Limassol, Cyprus, 2019, no. 846, pp. 127–132.
  43. M. Schwilk, “Development of an accurate and efficient PNO-based local coupled cluster method,” PhD dissertation, Stuttgart, 2019.
  44. S. Wassermann, “Das qualitative Experteninterview,” in Methoden der Experten- und Stakeholdereinbindung in der sozialwissenschaftlichen Forschung, 1st ed., M. Niederberger and S. Wassermann, Eds. Wiesbaden: Springer VS, 2015, pp. 51–67.
  45. S. Alcántara and S. Wassermann, “Stadtteilaktivitäten : Aktivierung von Multiplikatoren,” in Wettbewerb „Energieeffiziente Stadt“, Band 5: Kommunikation und Partizipation, vol. 19, H.-J. Wagner and C. Sager, Eds. Berlin: LIT-Verlag, 2015, pp. 79–88.
  46. J. Schrade, S. Wassermann, S. Harkow, J. Görres, and H. Erhorn, “Sanierungscontracting für Wohngebäude,” in Wettbewerb “Energieeffiziente Stadt” : Band 7 : Dienstleistungen für die energieeffiziente Stadt, no. 22, M. K. Koch, H. Jacobsen, and B. Oertel, Eds. Berlin: LIT-Verlag, 2016, pp. 83–92.
  47. A. Schließer, “Warmbeton : Mischungsentwicklung mit verbesserter Übertragbarkeit in den Realmaßstab,” PhD dissertation, Stuttgart, 2019.
  48. P. Deeg, “Der Kaiser und die Katastrophe : Untersuchungen zum politischen Umgang mit Umweltkatastrophen im Prinzipat (31 v. Chr. bis 192 n. Chr.),” Franz Steiner Verlag, Stuttgart, 2019.
  49. J. Fritzsch, J. Bogner, A. Zimmermann, and S. Wagner, “From Monolith to Microservices: A Classification of Refactoring Approaches,” in Software Engineering Aspects of Continuous Development and New Paradigms of Software Production and Deployment, J.-M. Bruel, M. Mazzara, and B. Meyer, Eds. Toulouse, France: Springer, 2019, pp. 128--141.
  50. U. Afzal, D. Shala, and C. Merten, “CFD simulation of the distribution of VOC emissions in the clean room,” Jahrestreffen der ProcessNet Fachgruppen MPH, WSUE, CFD, HTT, AuW, KRI, PMT, 06.03. - 09.03.2018, Bremen, 2018.
  51. J. Bogner, J. Fritzsch, S. Wagner, and A. Zimmermann, “Assuring the Evolvability of Microservices: Insights into Industry Practices and Challenges,” in 2019 IEEE International Conference on Software Maintenance and Evolution (ICSME), Cleveland, Ohio, USA, 2019.
  52. B. Schembera and J. M. Durán, “Dark Data as the New Challenge for Big Data Science and the Introduction of the Scientific Data Officer,” Philosophy & Technology, 2019.
  53. P. Lehmann et al., “Braucht Deutschland jetzt Kapazitätszahlungen für eine gesicherte Stromversorgung?,” vol. 2015, no. 1, 2015.
  54. M. Wyrich and J. Bogner, “Towards an Autonomous Bot for Automatic Source Code Refactoring,” in Proceedings of the 1st International Workshop on Bots in Software Engineering, Montreal, Quebec, CA, 2019.
  55. S. Feldmeth, F. Bauer, and W. Haas, “Abschätzverfahren für die Kontakttemperatur bei Radial-Wellendichtungen,” in Sealing technology - indispensable, Stuttgart, 2016, pp. 122–137.
  56. T. Herrmann, D. Roth, and H. Binz, “Investigation of the Perception of a Radical Degree of Novelty from the Perspective of Product Users,” in Proc. Int. Conf. Eng. Des. (Proceedings of the Design Society: International Conference on Engineering Design), 2019, no. 1, pp. 2297–2306.
  57. U. Afzal, C. Merten, and M. Aleysa, “A benchmark test model for the validation of the CFD simulations to predict the distribution of gaseous emissions in the indoor environment,” International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, vol. 55, pp. 1985--1993, 2019.
  58. J. Güsewell, M. Härdtlein, and L. Eltrop, “Auswirkungen von Biogas Repowering und Entwicklungsprognosen für die Bestandsanlagen Baden-Württembergs,” Ergebnisworkshop der sozialwissenschaftlichen und ökonomischen Projekte im Forschungsprogramm Bioökonomie Baden-Württemberg. Hohenheim, 28.02.2018.
  59. J. Güsewell, “Saisonale Flexibilisierung - ein Konzept für die 2. EEG Periode?,” Biogas Infotage 2019. Ulm, 30.01.2019.
  60. A. Oleynikov and C. Merten, “Numerical and experimental investigations of geometrical properties of U-Shaped Metal Expansion Bellows for fully welded ball valves,” 36. CADFEM ANSYS Simulation Conference, 10.10. – 12.10.2018, Leipzig, 2018.
  61. W. Heitmeyer, “Rassismus: Wie sich Eliten selbst entlarven - die Tönnies-Signatur,” Spiegel Online, Aug. 2019.
  62. J. Bogner, S. Wagner, and A. Zimmermann, “Using architectural modifiability tactics to examine evolution qualities of Service- and Microservice-Based Systems,” SICS Software-Intensive Cyber-Physical Systems, vol. 34, no. 2–3, pp. 141--149, 2019.
  63. H.-G. Kemper and andere, “Stichworte zu Informationstechnik, Informationsmanagement, IT-Alignment,” 2018.
  64. E. Katrin, “Dies ist der Testeintrag aus Converis für den Typ ‘Qualifikationsschrift,’” Verlag der Uni Stuttgart, Stuttgart, 2019.
  65. G. Granger, C. Röhrer, G. Kleem, M. Abdou Ahmed, and T. Graf, “Generation of Supercontinuum LP0n Modes in Highly Multimode Gradient-Index Fiber,” in Advanced Solid State Lasers, 2015, p. ATu2A.36.
  66. J. Bogner, “Towards an Evolvability Assurance Method for Service-Based Systems,” in PhD Symposium of the 7th European Conference on Service-Oriented and Cloud Computing (ESOCC’18), Como, Italy, 2018.
  67. W. Weimer-Jehle, “Klimaverträgliche Energieversorgung,” in Bürgerbeteiligung, C. Benighaus, G. Wachinger, and O. Renn, Eds. Frankfurt am Main: Wolfgang Metzner Verlag, 2016, pp. 272–284.
  68. J. Müller, “Design and cryptographic security analysis of e-voting protocols,” PhD dissertation, Stuttgart, 2019.
  69. D. Hose, M. Mäck, and M. F. Hanss, “Robust Optimization in Possibility Theory,” ASCE-ASME J. Risk and Uncert. in Engrg. Sys., Part B: Mech. Engrg., 2019.
  70. N. Hoppe et al., “Ultra-Efficient Silicon-on-Insulator Grating Couplers with Backside Metal Mirrors,” IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics, pp. 1--6, 2019.
  71. B. Ahaus, “Urbane Agent_innen des Wandels für soziale Innovationen der Nachhaltigkeit : eine qualitative Studie über Eigenschaften, Rollen und Netzwerke von Promotor_innen der Bürgergesellschaft im zentralen Ruhrgebiet,” PhD dissertation, Stuttgart, 2019.
  72. T. Schwarzbaeck, M. Eichfelder, W.-M. Schulz, R. Rossbach, M. Jetter, and P. Michler, “Short wavelength red-emitting AlGaInP-VECSEL exceeds 1.2 W continuous-wave output power,” Applied Physics B, vol. 102, no. 4, pp. 789--794, 2011.
  73. S. Ashraf et al., “Compounding effects of human activities and climatic changes on surface water availability in Iran,” Climatic Change, vol. 152, no. 3–4, pp. 379--391, 2019.
  74. M. Schäfer, “Modeling and simulation of closed low-pressure adsorbers for thermal energy storage,” PhD dissertation, Stuttgart, 2019.
  75. J. F. Lachenmaier, C. Haußmann, H.-G. Kemper, and H. Lasi, “Entwicklung, Produktion und Einsatz von Industrie 4.0-Komponenten – Betriebswirtschaftliche Potenziale des digitalen Zwillings in der Produktion,” R. Obermaier, Ed. Springer, 2019, pp. 317–337.
  76. E. K. Wilhelm Julia, “Das ist eine Testpublikation für das Kapitel 2,” 1st ed., Bonn: König Verlag, 2018, pp. 34–43.
  77. W. Weimer-Jehle, “Cross-Impact Analyse,” in Methoden der Experten- und Stakeholdereinbindung in der sozialwissenschaftlichen Forschung, 1st ed., M. Niederberger and S. Wassermann, Eds. Wiesbaden: Springer VS, 2015, pp. 243–258.
  78. C. Röhrer et al., “Phase Shift Induced Degradation of Polarization Caused by Bends in Inhibited-Coupling Guiding Hollow-Core Fibers,” IEEE Photonics Technology Letters, vol. 31, no. 16, pp. 1362–1365, 2019.
  79. J. Güsewell, M. Härdtlein, and L. Eltrop, “A plant-specific model approach to assess effects of repowering measures on existing biogas plants: The case of Baden-Wuerttemberg,” GCB Bioenergy, vol. 11, no. 1, pp. 85--106, 2019.
  80. D. Iglezakis and B. Schembera, “Anforderungen der Ingenieurwissenschaften an das Forschungsdatenmanagement der Universität Stuttgart - Ergebnisse der Bedarfsanalyse des Projektes DIPL-ING,” o-bib. Das offene Bibliotheksjournal, vol. 3, 2018.
  81. J. Fritzsch, J. Bogner, S. Wagner, and A. Zimmermann, “Microservices Migration in Industry: Intentions, Strategies, and Challenges,” in 2019 IEEE International Conference on Software Maintenance and Evolution (ICSME), Cleveland, Ohio, USA, 2019.
  82. J. Bogner, B. Choudhary, S. Wagner, and A. Zimmermann, “Towards a Generalizable Comparison of the Maintainability of Object-Oriented and Service-Oriented Applications,” in Workshop Proceedings of the 7th European Conference on Service-Oriented and Cloud Computing (ESOCC’18), Como, Italy, 2018.
  83. F. Ripka, “A single-photon source based on strongly interacting thermal Ryberg atoms,” Verlag Dr. Hut, München, 2019.
  84. V. Warth, “Systematische Synthese und Bewertung von Stufenlosgetrieben,” Institut für Maschinenelemente, Stuttgart, 2019.
  85. D. Hose and M. Hanss, “Fuzzy linear least squares for the identification of possibilistic regression models,” Fuzzy Sets and Systems, vol. 367, pp. 82–95, 2019.
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  87. L. Augel, “Plasmonische Strukturen auf Ge-Photodioden zur Integration von kollinearen Biosensoren,” PhD dissertation, Stuttgart, 2019.
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  89. J. Bogner, T. Boceck, M. Popp, D. Tschechlov, S. Wagner, and A. Zimmermann, “Towards a Collaborative Repository for the Documentation of Service-Based Antipatterns and Bad Smells,” in 2019 IEEE International Conference on Software Architecture Companion (ICSA-C), Hamburg, Germany, 2019, pp. 95--101.
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  1. Valentin, J. (2019). B-splines for sparse grids : algorithms and application to higher-dimensional optimization (PhD dissertation). https://doi.org/10.18419/opus-10504
  2. Dazer, M. (2019). Zuverlässigkeitstestplanung mit Berücksichtigung von Vorwissen aus stochastischen Lebensdauerberechnungen (Institut für Maschinenelemente). https://doi.org/10.18419/opus-10501
  3. Ahaus, B. (2019). Urbane Agent_innen des Wandels für soziale Innovationen der Nachhaltigkeit : eine qualitative Studie über Eigenschaften, Rollen und Netzwerke von Promotor_innen der Bürgergesellschaft im zentralen Ruhrgebiet (PhD dissertation). https://doi.org/10.18419/opus-10502
  4. Hauber, M. (2019). Strahlzerfall und Tropfenbewegung bei der Hochrotationszerstäubung unter dem Einfluss einer axialen Gasströmung. Shaker Verlag, Düren.
  5. Weiss, F. (2019). Untersuchung des Entwicklungsprozesses für additiv gefertigte Bauteile mittels Bereitstellung einer elementaren Informationsstruktur (Institut für Konstruktionstechnik und Technisches Design). https://doi.org/10.18419/opus-10518
  6. Rui, W. (2019). From Hermitian to non-Hermitian topological phases of matter (PhD dissertation). https://doi.org/10.18419/opus-10505
  7. Schließer, A. (2019). Warmbeton : Mischungsentwicklung mit verbesserter Übertragbarkeit in den Realmaßstab (PhD dissertation). https://doi.org/10.18419/opus-10500
  8. Stoicescu, L. (2019). Bildgebende Messung der Lumineszenz von Photovoltaikanlagen unter Tageslicht. Verlag Dr. Hut, München.
  9. Paul, D. (2018). Understanding the mechanisms of robustness in intracellular protein signalling cascades and gene expression (PhD dissertation). https://doi.org/10.18419/opus-10506
  10. Topp, A. (2019). Probing the electronic structure of new 3D Dirac semimetals (PhD dissertation). https://doi.org/10.18419/opus-10509
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