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Dr.-Ing.  Iris Braun
Dr.-Ing. Iris Braun

Dr.-Ing. Iris Braun is a scientific assistant at chair Computer Networks at Dresden University of Technology.

Iris Braun has been a research staff member of the chair of computer networks at Dresden University of Technology since 1997. After finishing her studies of Computer Science at Dresden University of Technology she has been involved within several projects dealing with applied teleservices, especially in the fields of teleworking and telelearning. In 2005 Iris finished her PhD about "Conception and modeling of a universal teleworking environment based on a service-oriented architecture". Her major research interests are service-oriented architectures and web services and the development of collaborative applications using these technologies. She is lead of the Service and Cloud Computing group at the chair and is managing several research projects e.g. THESEUS Texo, PreCon, ServFace and CRUISe. She is author and coauthor of numerous publications in this field.


Office: Nöthnitzer Str. 46
room INF 3084
01187 Dresden (Südvorstadt-West)
Phone: +49 351-463-3 80 63
Fax: +49 351-463-3 82 51
E-Mail: irismussbraunmusstu-dresdenmussde

Research Projects


  • Philipp Grubitzsch and Thomas Springer and Tenshi Hara and Iris Braun and Alexander Schill:
    A Concept for Interoperable IoT Intercloud Architectures;
    7th International Conference on Cloud Computing and Services Science (CLOSER2017); Porto, Portugal; Best Poster Award; 4/2017

  • Iris Braun and Felix Kapp and Tenshi Hara and Tommy Kubica and Alexander Schill:
    AMCS (Auditorium Mobile Classroom Service) - ein ARS mit Lernaufgaben, Push-Notifications und umfangreichen Evaluationsm�glichkeiten;
    DelFi; Workshop “Audience Response Systems” auf der DelFi 2017 " Bildungsräume"; Chemnitz; 9/2017

  • Cornelius Brandmiller and Susanne Narciss and Iris Braun and Tenshi Hara and Felix Kapp:
    Do Audience Response Systems help in university lectures? - The effects of learning questions and additional prompts on learning and perception of the lecture by students;
    4. Jahrestagung des Berliner Netzwerks für interdisziplinäre Bildungsforschung (BIEN); 11/2017

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thesis supervision

  • Patrick Buchholz (Master):
    Entwicklung automatisierter Tests zur �berwachung der Integration und Performanz von mobilen Applikationen im Rahmen von AMCS

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