Model-based Systems Engineering

Key Facts:

Type: Lecture with exercise

Language: English

Cycle: Annually in the summer semester

Study programme: Master

Target group:Computer science, business informatics and computer engineering students

Aim of course:
The aim of the lecture is to provide a comprehensive overview of the challenges and use of model-based systems engineering. Theoretical principles and concepts are introduced and exemplary practical applications are presented. The acquired knowledge is deepened and implemented in the exercises.

Target group:
The course is primarily aimed at students on the Master's degree programmes in Computer Science and Information Systems. However, students on the Master's degree programmes in Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Industrial Engineering are also invited to register for the lecture.

In terms of content, the course addresses the challenges that companies and development teams face in the course of the technical change from mechatronic to intelligent technical systems (ITS). The increase in complexity and networking of systems (products) is essential. Model-based systems engineering (MBSE) is a promising approach to solving these challenges. MBSE sees itself as a further development of systems engineering and builds on its foundations. Systems engineering, which is primarily based on documents, is expanded through the introduction of models.

Fabian Wyrwich
Fraunhofer Institute for Mechatronic Design IEM
Zukunftsmeile 1
33102 Paderborn

Dates and registration deadlines:
Please refer to the PAUL campus management system for dates and registration deadlines.