Dr. rer. nat. Marco Konersmann, M.Sc.

Software Engineering
Department of Computer Science 3
RWTH Aachen University
Ahornstraße 55
D-52074 Aachen

+49 (241) 80-21348

Room 4310


I research how to develop and operate large and complex software-intensive application systems. A major focus of my work is the interaction between different software development and operation phases. My methods include model-based software engineering (MBSE), software architecture, and continuous software engineering. I develop methods and tools in these areas and evaluate them empirically.

Find more information on my personal website.


Please see my publications on my Personal Website, Google Scholar, or ResearchGate profile. For more publications of the Software Engineering group, please have a look at the prepared curated lists.

My PhD thesis at the Group “Specification of Software Systems” (Prof. Dr. Michael Goedicke), University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany, was about the relationship of software architectures and their implementation.


Below, please find some of my most-recent publications. For the full list, please see my list of publications on my personal website..

  1. [FMR+22]
    K. Feichtinger, K. Meixner, F. Rinker, I. Koren, H. Eichelberger, T. Heinemann, J. Holtmann, M. Konersmann, J. Michael, E.- M. Neumann, J. Pfeiffer, R. Rabiser, M. Riebisch, K. Schmid:
    In: 2022 IEEE 27th International Conference on Emerging Technologies and Factory Automation (ETFA), IEEE, Sep. 2022.