Dr. Christian Bartelt

InES Postdoc

Head of Research Cluster Intelligent Processes

Consultation hour
per request

Visitor address: L15, 1-6 Room 417, 68131 Mannheim, Germany
Postal address: Schloss, 68131 Mannheim, Germany
Email: bartelt(at)es.uni-mannheim.de
Phone: + 49 621 181 3787

Research Interest

  • Software technology: Architectures and technologies to ensuring dependability of smart and dynamic software systems

  • Process management: Model-based engineering of smart processes in business, production and development of enterprises

  • Software systems engineering: Artificial intelligence applications in software and systems engineering

    Short CV

    • Since 2015: Head of Research Cluster Intelligent Processes at InES (University of Mannheim)

    • Since 2012: Lecturer at the University of Clausthal

    • Since 2011: Lecturer at the University of Hildesheim

    • 2013-2014: Coordinator of the Cooperative Doctorial Program E-Mobility (University of Braunschweig, Clausthal, Hannover, Ostfalia)

    • 2011-2015: Post-Doc at the Department for Software Systems Engineering (University of Clausthal)

    • 2007-2011: Research assistant at the Department for Software Systems Engineering (University of Clausthal)

    • 2004-2007: Research assistant at the chair of software architecture (University of Kaiserslautern)

    • 1997-2004: Studies of computer science at the University of Kaiserslautern


    Book Chapter

    Rausch, Andreas, Christian Bartelt, Sebastian Herold, Holger Klus, and Dirk Niebuhr. 2013. “From Software Systems to Complex Software Ecosystems: Model- and Constraint-Based Engineering of Ecosystems.” In Perspectives on the Future of Software Engineering, edited by Jürgen Münch and Klaus Schmid, 61–80. Springer Berlin Heidelberg.

    Journal Articles

    Bartelt, Christian, Blösl, Yannik, Fischer, Benjamin, and Horn, Bernhard. 2015. „Method for an Automated Optimization of Fiber Patch Placement Layup Designs“. International Journal of Composite Materials. 5 (2): 37-46.

    Bartelt, Christian, Thomas Fischer, Dirk Niebuhr, Andreas Rausch, Franz Seidl, and Marcus Trapp. 2005. “Dynamic Integration of Heterogeneous Mobile Devices.” ACM SIGSOFT Software Engineering Notes 30 (4): 1–7.

    Bartelt, Christian, Thomas Ternité, and Matthias Zieger. 2005. “Modellbasierte Entwicklung mit dem V-Modell XT.” OBJEKTspektrum 05.

    Kuhrmann, Marco, Dirk Niebuhr, and Christian Bartelt. 2005. “Anwendung des V-Modells XT - Stand und Erfahrungen aus der Pilotierungsphase.” In GI Jahrestagung (2). 68:259–263. LNI. GI.

    Conference Articles

    Bartelt Christian, Karina Rehfeld, and Andreas Rausch. 2015. „"Quo Vadis Cyber-Physical Systems: Research Areas of Cyber-Physical Ecosystems: A Position Paper". In Proceedings of the ESEC/FSE 2015 Workshops - 1st International Workshop on Control Theory for Software Engineering (CTSE 2015). Bergamo, Italy: ACM SIGSOFT

    Bartelt Christian, Karina Rehfeldt, Stefan H. A. Wittek. 2014. "Speed up of co-simulation by a heuristic time warp mechanism". In Proceedings of International Conference on Simulation and Modeling Methodologies, Technologies and Applications (SIMULTECH). pp. 267-273. Vienna, Austria: IEEE

    Vogel, Martin, Tim Warnecke, Christian Bartelt, and Andreas Rausch. 2014. “Scribbler - Drawing Models in a Creative and Collaborative Environment: From Hand-Drawn Sketches to Domain Specific Models and Vice Versa.” In Proc. of Australian User Interface Conference - AUIC 2014. Auckland, New Zealand.

    Bartelt, Christian, Volker Böss, Jan Brünning, Berend Denkena, Andreas Rausch, and Jean Paul Tatou. 2013. “A Software Architecture to Synchronize Interactivity of Concurrent Simulations in Systems Engineering.” In Proceedings of the 20th ISPE International Conference on Concurrent Engineering. Melbourne, Australia.

    Bartelt, Christian, Martin Vogel, and Tim Warnecke. 2013. “Collaborative Creativity: From Hand Drawn Sketches to Formal Domain Specific Models and Back Again.” In Proceedings of the Workshop of Models and Their Role in Collaboration (MoRoCo) at the European Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (ECSCW), 25–32. Paphos, Cyprus.

    Bartelt, Christian, Benjamin Fischer, and Andreas Rausch. 2013. “Towards a Decentralized Middleware for Composition of Resource-Limited Components to Realize Distributed Applications.” In Proceedings of PECCS 2013, 3rd International Conference on Pervasive and Embedded Computing and Communication Systems, 245–251. Barcelona, Spain.

    Vogel, Martin, Tim Warneke, and Christian Bartelt. 2013. “Scribbler: From Collaborative Sketching to Formal Domain Specific Models and Back Again.” In Proceedings of the Demo-Track at the ACM/IEEE 16th International Conference on Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems. Miami, USA: ACM/IEEE.

    Braun, Steven, Christian Bartelt, Martin Obermeier, Andreas Rausch, and Birgit Vogel-Heuser. 2012. “Requirements on Evolution Management of Product Lines in Automation Engineering.” In  Proc. of the 7th Vienna International Conference on Mathematical Modelling (Mathmod 2012), 340–345. Vienna, Austria.

    Janßen, Marc, Christian Bartelt, and Andreas Rausch. 2012. “Werkzeugunterstützung bei kooperativer Modellierung und Variantenmanagement von Motorsteuergeräte-Funktionen.” In GI-Jahrestagung, 843–852. Braunschweig, Germany.

    Bartelt, Christian and Björn Schindler. 2010. “Technology Support for Collaborative Inconsistency Management in Model Driven Engineering.” In Proc. of the 43rd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS), 1–7.

    Bartelt, Christian, Manfred Broy, Christoph Herrmann, Erik Knauss, Marco Kuhrmann, Andreas Rausch, Bernhard Rumpe, and Kurt Schneider. 2009. “Orchestration of Global Software Engineering Projects - Position Paper.” In Proceedings of the Fourth IEEE International Conference on Global Software Engineering, 2009. ICGSE 2009, 332–337.

    Bartelt, Christian, Edward Fischer, and Thomas Ternité. 2009. “Paradigmen zur Variabilitätsbeschreibung von Vorgehensmodellen.” In INFORMATIK 2009, edited by Stefan Fischer, Erik Maehle, and Rüdiger Reischuk, P-154:3507–3521. GI-Lecture Notes in Informatics. Bonn: Bonner Köllen.

    Bartelt, Christian. 2009. “Inconsistency Analysis at Integration of Evolving Domain Specific Models Based on OWL.”  In Proceedings of the MoDSE-​MCCM 2009 Workshop at the ACM/IEEE 12th International Conference on Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems. Denver, USA.

    Bartelt, Christian. 2008. “Consistence Preserving Model Merge in Collaborative Development Processes.” In Proceedings of the International Workshop on Comparison and Versioning of Software Models at the International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE), 13–18. CVSM ’08. New York, NY, USA: ACM.

    Bartelt, Christian. 2008. “An Optimistic Three-Way Merge Based on a Meta-Model Independent Modularization of Models to Support Concurrent Evolution.” In Proc. of the 2nd Workshop on Model-Driven Software Evolution (ModSe) at the 12th European Conference on Software Maintenance and Reengineering (CSMR).  Athens (Greece): ACM Digital Library.

    Bartelt, Christian, and Sebastian Herold. 2006. “Modellorientiertes Variantenmanagement.” In Proc. Modellierung 2006, edited by Heinrich C. Mayr and Ruth Breu, 82:173–182. Wien, Österreich. LNI. GI.

    Anastasopoulos, Michalis, Christian Bartelt, Jan Koch, Dirk Niebuhr, and Andreas Rausch. 2005. “Towards a Reference Middleware Architecture for Ambient Intelligence Systems.” In Proceedings of the Workshop for Building Software for Pervasive Computing. 20th Conference on Object-Oriented Programming Systems, Languages and Applications (OOPSLA).

    Bartelt, Christian, Thomas Fischer, Dirk Niebuhr, Andreas Rausch, Franz Seidl, and Marcus Trapp. 2005. “Dynamic Integration of Heterogeneous Mobile Devices.” In Proceedings of the Workshop on Design and Evolution of Autonomic Application Software, 1–7. DEAS ’05. New York, NY, USA: ACM.

    Rausch, Andreas, Christian Bartelt, Thomas Ternité, and Marco Kuhrmann. 2005. “The V-Modell XT Applied - Model-Driven and Document-Centric Development.” In Proceedings of the 3rd World Congress for Software Quality


    V-Modell®XT, Vorgehensmodell für die Durchführung von IT-Projekten, insb. zur Entwicklung von Softwaresystemen. Version 1.0, Februar 2005. http://www.v-modell-xt.de/. (Co-Autor)


    Bartelt, Christian. 2011. “Kollaborative Modellierung im Software Engineering”. Dissertation an der Technischen Universität Clausthal, München: Dr. Hut Verlag