Julian Hanke

Researcher
Institute for Software & Systems Engineering
Phone: +49 821 598 2227
Email: julian.hanke@informatik.uni-augsburg.de
Room: 3008 (N)
Address: Universitätsstraße 6a, 86159 Augsburg

Curriculum Vitae

Since 2018: Researcher at the Chair of Software Engineering at the University of Augsburg
2015 - 2017: Master in Computer Science at the University of Augsburg
2012 - 2015: Bachelor in Computer Science at the University of Augsburg

 

 

 

Research Interests

In general: 

  • How can modern software engineering methods be applied to robotics? How can real-time requirements and modern programming methods be combined?
  • How can tasks and environment of (mobile) robots be modeled so that the knowledge can automatically be used at run time?
  • How can robot teams be programmed for complex, cooperative tasks?
  • How do these concepts fit into reference architectures and frameworks for Industry 4.0?

 

I am involved in the following research areas and projects:

Courses

Current Term

(applied filters: | Semester: current | Lehrende: Julian Hanke | Typen: Vorlesung, Vorlesung + Übung, Übung, Seminar)
name semester type
Software Engineering WS 2019/20 Vorlesung + Übung

 

Former Courses

  • Software Engineering
  • Softwareprojekt
  • Seminar: Robotik

 

 

Publications

Julian Hanke
2018

2018

Julian Hanke, Oliver Kosak, Alexander Schiendorfer and Wolfgang Reif. 2018. Self-organized resource allocation for reconfigurable robot ensembles. DOI: 10.1109/saso.2018.00022
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Institute for Software & Systems Engineering

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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