Lehrstuhl für Angewandte Softwaretechnik
Chair for Applied Software Engineering
Zardosht Hodaie

Zardosht Hodaie

Kontakt Informationen

Raumnummer: 01.07.035

E-Mail: nachname @ in.tum.de

Tel: +49 89 289 18245



I studied computer science (B.Sc., M.Sc.) in Technical University of Munich with minors in mechanical engineering and artificial intelligence. During my studies I took part in different research projects including including UnicaseFastFix, and MUSES. I have also worked as software consultant in different projects ranging from product development (Microsoft .Net) and renovation of legacy software (COBOL, Java Enterprise). 

I also hold a bachelor’s degree (B.Sc.) in Agricultural Machinery from University of Tehran (Iran).


Research Interests 

  • Context-aware industrial workflows
  • Smart, adaptive environments
  • Multi-modal HCI - Natural User Interfaces


Bachelor / Master Theses

Bachelor's thesis
Pinocch.io: Design and Implementation of an Smart Baton for Automatic Detection of Conducting Gestures
Zardosht Hodaie
Daniel Peter
Design and development of a smart baton. The baton consists of an IMU and the controller boards that send the motion data in different formats via BLE to the desktop computer. An interface to other systems and the the program for configuration of the baton is developed.
Master's thesis
Using Gesture Recognition Techniques for Conducting a Virtual Symphony Orchestra
Zardosht Hodaie
Alba Xhani
Design and development of a virtual symphony orchestra that reacts to conducting gestures performed using a smart baton. The recognition of the gestures is based motion data sent from the baton.



  • TUM – Summer term 2015 – iOS Praktikum
  • University of Hamburg - Summer term 2013 - M-Lab Praktikum (mobile development Android / iOS) 
  • University of Hamburg - Winter term 2012/2013, Summer term 2013 - Seminar Architectures for Mobile Services
  • TUM – Summer term 2011 – Tutor for the lecture Introduction to software engineering
  • TUM – Summer term 2009 – Tutor for the lecture Introduction to software engineering


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