The Institute for Software & Systems Engineering (ISSE), directed by Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Reif, is a scientific institution within the Faculty of Applied Computer Science at the University of Augsburg. It was founded to further invigorate and push the main research in Augsburg by pooling strengths and competences. In research, the institute supports both fundamental and application-oriented research in all areas of software and systems engineering. In teaching, the institute facilitates the further development of the faculty's and university's relevant course offerings.

 

Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Reif, Institutsleiter

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Jan. 19, 2024

Gastvortrag "Just because we can – it doesn’t mean we should"

Am 25.01.2024 halten Annika Madejska und Karola Klarl von Nitor ab 16:00 Uhr einen Gastvortrag in der Ringvorlesung des Elitestudiengangs Software Engineering. Der Vortrag findet online statt und hat den Titel “Just because we can – it doesn’t mean we should”. Der Zoom-Raum für den Gastvortrag ist https://uni-augsburg.zoom-x.de/j/61734022783? pwd=djVFN2NjWHF2RXJGYzF1d3hpVk9xdz09. Zum Vortrag sind alle herzlich eingeladen.
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Jan. 12, 2024

Gastvortrag "Agile Entwicklung – Herausforderungen und Irrwege"

Am 18.01.2024 hält Jonathan Streit von itestra ab 16:00 Uhr einen Gastvortrag in der Ringvorlesung des Elitestudiengangs Software Engineering. Der Vortrag findet in Raum 1055N statt und hat den Titel "Agile Entwicklung – Herausforderungen und Irrwege". Zum Vortrag sind alle herzlich eingeladen.
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Dec. 8, 2023

Gastvortrag "JavaScript and Databases: a Perfect Match"

Am 13.12.2023 hält Dr. Lucas Braun von Oracle Labs ab 15:00 Uhr einen Gastvortrag in der Ringvorlesung des Elitestudiengangs Software Engineering. Der Vortrag findet online statt und hat den Titel "JavaScript and Databases: a Perfect Match". Zum Vortrag sind alle herzlich eingeladen; wir verwenden folgende Zoom-Konferenz:

https://oracle.zoom.us/j/99479422857?pwd

=clFtV1lQN0x4b21JbnNBb1RFajQ5dz09.

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June 28, 2019

Students of Computer Science in Engineering at DLR

What do the scientists at the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt; DLR) actually do? What do the flight attendants' trolleys have to do with an aircraft's kerosene consumption? And what can automation look like with very small lot sizes and even larger components? The answers to these and many other questions were given to the students of Computer Science in Engineering who took part in the excursion to DLR in Augsburg on 28 June. The students were given an overview of DLR's various tasks and activities. In addition, they were able to visit the research and production facilities and thus gain an impression of the challenges of fibre composite production and automation in aerospace. In the subsequent discussion, the remaining questions of the students were answered.

Feb. 22, 2019

Flying Robots, Augmented Reality and Self-learning Machines in CFRP Production: Technology and Innovation in Augsburg

Robert Brannekämper, head of the Committee for Science and Art in the Bavarian State Parliament, and a delegation of the university administration got a first-hand impression of current research activities in the field of technology and innovation on Friday, 22 February 2019. The Institute for Software & Systems Engineering provided a look behind the scenes. Apart from ensembles of quadrocopters, which are simply controlled by a "magic wand" in order to be used, for example, in geographical measurements, the focus was on topics from Industry 4.0. Mr. Brannekämper was able to inspect the future layout of a production cell of cooperating robots by means of augmented reality techniques and gained insight into software measures that transform a CFRP production plant into a self-learning machine through artificial intelligence.

 

 

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The Institute for Software & Systems Engineering (ISSE), directed by Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Reif, is a scientific institution within the Faculty of Applied Computer Science of the University of Augsburg. In research, the institute supports both fundamental and application-oriented research in all areas of software and systems engineering. In teaching, the institute facilitates the further development of the faculty's and university's relevant course offerings.

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