• The success of the CSE working group is a combination of friendly organizers, experienced researchers and promising students. Even so every one of us has their own domain of expertise, we work close together and foster teamwork.
Team

Team

Our team of researchers, post-docs and research assistants is a closely connected group of people who share the same passion. Even so every member has it's own research goal, the overall aim is the same. Learn more about the active and former members of the group and get in touch with us.

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Teaching

Teaching

Teaching is one of the main university duties. It allows us to introduce our research field to the next generation of researchers. Therefor we continuously improve and extend our course offer.

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Research

Research

The overall aim of our research is the industrialization of software development in complex technical systems. To reach this goal, we are using, adapting and extending methods known from modern software engineering and formal methods of computer science. In particular we are focusing on the domain of complex software-intensive systems.

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Vip+ Aurora: Automatic Generation of Robot Programs

Vip+ Aurora: Automatic Generation of Robot Programs

The goal of the VIP+ project is to transfer the research on task sequencing, robot movement optimization, and exact path following by nonlinear model-predictive control into an industrial application to enable more companies to integrate robots into their production process. » Read More

ObViewSly 4.0: Objektextraktion aus 3D-Massendaten der Geoinformation

ObViewSly 4.0: Objektextraktion aus 3D-Massendaten der Geoinformation

The goal of this project is to develop an algorithm which supports users during the extraction of 3D geometrical data from aerial images. » Read More

Master of Digital Engineering

Master of Digital Engineering

The master degree programme refers to students with a Bachelor-degree or Diploma-degree in Engineering terms or in Informatics. The study imparts comprehensive knowledge for development, construction and operation of complex and technical products as well as systems to be found in industrial engineering or in car industry. » Read More

EVOK: Echtzeit Vor-Ort-Aufklärung und Einsatzmonitoring

EVOK: Echtzeit Vor-Ort-Aufklärung und Einsatzmonitoring

The goal of the EVOK project is to design a real-time clearing and operational monitoring system. » Read More

i-Display: Entwicklung von Technologien für intelligente, kollaborative, interaktive Displays für den Outdoor-Bereich

i-Display: Entwicklung von Technologien für intelligente, kollaborative, interaktive Displays für den Outdoor-Bereich

The goal of this project is to create intelligent, collaborative and interactive outdoor information displays. » Read More

VECS

VECS

VECS is an Eclipse-based specification framework for the analysis of software-intensive systems. It includes an implementation of the SAML language and model transformations to verification engines. Currently, connectors to high-level Software Engineering tools (Rhapsody) are being developed. » Read More

News

  • Lehrstuhl für Software Engineering auf der Hannover-Messe 2019

    Auf der diesjährigen Hannovermesse präsentierte der Lehrstuhl für Software Engineering, unter Leitung von Prof. Dr. Frank Ortmeier, seinen Demonstrator OPTIRob. Der Messeauftritt fand im Rahmen des Gemeinschaftsstandes „Forschung für die Zukunft“ der Bundesländer Sachsen, Sachsen-Anhalt und Thüringen vom 01.-05. AprilRead More »
  • Lectures and Projects in the Winter Term 2018/19

    In the recent winter term, we offer different lectures and projects. An overview of our lectures can be found here. However, we were pretty amazed by the number of participants for the first lecture in Clean Code Development. Actually, weRead More »
  • Accepted Workshop Papers and Invited Journal First Paper

    Our two workshop papers „Commits as a Basis for API Misuse Detection“ by Sebastian, Robert, and Frank and „Who plays with Whom? … and How? Mining API Interaction Patterns from Source Code“ by Robert, Sebastian, and Frank have both been accepted for theRead More »
  • ACM SAC Student Research Competition

    Robert Heumüller and Jacob Krüger are currently participating in the student research competition at the 2018 ACM Symposium on Applied Computing. ACM’s SRC Program funds travel expenses of invited src authors with up to $500. @JacobKrueger_ and Robert Heumüller presentingRead More »
  • Journal Paper Accepted

    Our paper „Programmers do not Favor Lambda Expressions for Concurrent Object-Oriented Code“ by Sebastian Nielebock, Robert Heumüller, and Frank Ortmeier has been accepted for publication in Springer’s journal Empirical Software Engineering.Read More »