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Seminar Model-Driven Software Engineering for Intelligent Technical Systems WS 14/15

Intelligent technical system (ITS) are based on a symbiosis of computer science and engineering. These systems adapt to their environments and the user's needs. They are able to handle unexpected situations and act proactively based on their experience. Such systems are applied in households, in production, or on the road. In the future, they will build networks and coordinate dynamically rather than operating isolated.

The innovative abilities of ITS are implemented to a great extent by embedded software. The software controls and coordinates often in real-time and in cooperation with control algorithms. In the course of this seminar, we will review the state of the art in the field of systematic development and quality assurance of embedded software. This covers model-based and model-driven approaches for the different design phases like requirements, analysis and design, implementation, as well as verification and validation.

Important Dates

  • October 16th, 2014, 10.00 a.m. in ZM1.02-48: Prelimary discussion. Attendance mandatory!
  • October 22nd, 2014, 10.00 a.m. in ZM1.01-11: Introduction to scientific working. Attendance mandatory! Room has changed.

The following dates have their deadlines at 23:59 ME

  • Sunday, November 23rd: Outline and literature references
  • Sunday, December 14th: Seminar thesis for review
  • Tuesday, December 16th: Assignment of peer reviews
  • Sunday, December 21st: Completed peer review
  • Sunday, January 18th: Presentation for supervisor feedback
  • Sunday, January 25th: Supervisor feedback: presentation
  • Sunday, February 15th: Camera-ready version of thesis
  • Sunday, March 1st: Supervisor feedback: thesis
  • Sunday, March 15th: Final hand-in of thesis
  • TBA (2.2. - 6.2.): Presenations (block seminar)


Organisational Matters

  • Seminar number in Paul: L.079.08007
  • Masters modules: III.1.1, III.1.6, since 2009
    (for 2004: III.1.1 "Software-Technik I")
  • Credits (ECTS points): 4
  • Block seminar at the end of the semester (winter term 2014/15)
  • Maximum number of participants: 12

  • Hard prerequisites (mandatory to participate):

    • Bachelor's degree
    • registration via PAUL

  • Soft prerequisites (helpful, but not mandatory):

    • Course: Model-based Software Engineering
    • Course: Model-driven Software Development

  • Lecturers: Dr. Matthias Meyer