Dr. Jan Philip Bernius janphilip

jpbernius(1) -- Dr. rer. nat. Jan Philip Bernius


jpbernius --software-architect
jpbernius --developer {java|go|typescript|...}
jpbernius --maintainer open_source
jpbernius --researcher computer_science
jpbernius --educator software_engineering


Jan Philip is a software architect working on Industrial Edge at Siemens. His main focus area is advocating the inner-source methodology and promoting software engineering practices successfully used in open-source projects.

Prior to his career at Siemens, he was a research associate at the Technical University of Munich, Research Group for Applied Software Engineering. He completed his doctoral dissertation Automatic Assessment of Textual Exercises with Prof. Dr. Bernd Bruegge in 2022.


15 years of software development experience. Started with php, worked extensivly with Java, TypeScript, Python, GoLang, and R.

Co-maintained the open-source learning platform Artemis from 2018-2023 and maintains Athena AI system for (semi-)automated assessment of textual exercises.

Published several articles in the fields of computer science education and automated assessment with a focus on textual exercises.

Taught the courses Introduction to Software Engineering (~2,200 students), Patterns in Software Engineering (~800 students), Interactive Learning, and iPraktikum at TUM.



    Software Architect, Industrial Edge

  • Technical University of Munich 2022-2023
    Research Associate (Post-Doc), Applied Software Engineering

  • Technical University of Munich 2018-2022
    Research Associate, Applied Software Engineering

  • Technical University of Munich 2017-2018
    Lead Full-Stack Software Engineer (Student Assistant), Applied Software Engineering

  • doo GmbH 2015-2018
    Software Engineer (Working Student)


  • Doctorate (Dr. rer. nat.) in Informatics 2018-2022
    Technical University of Munich, Munich, Germany

  • Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Information Systems 2016-2018
    Technical University of Munich, Munich, Germany


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