Advanced Topics in Software Engineering (WS2019)

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Seminar

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This seminar is a good extension to the lecture Software-Technik. It provides a possibility to go into more details about specific
subtopics of software engineering. The available topics will include but are not limited to:

  • Model Driven Development/Model Driven Architecture
  • Model Transformation and Code Generation
  • Models at Runtime
  • Software Repository Mining
  • Educational Data Mining
  • Data Analytics in Software Engineering
  • Defect Prediction
  • Microservices
  • Infrastructure as Code
  • Computing Paradigms
  • Cloud Standards
  • Continuous Delivery and DevOps
  • Adaptive Learning Systems
  • Usability Engineering
  • User Experience Design

Organizational

In the seminar, the students have to work out a selected topic, give a presentation, and write a summarizing report.

The presentations will be scheduled for the end of the lecture period. Hence, there will be the introduction session on October 23rd, 2019 and afterwards there will be no sessions during the semester until the presentations start. The start of the presentations depends on the number of presentations which will be scheduled after the FlexNow registration deadline.
Attendance for the introduction session and the presentations is mandatory.

In the seminar, the students have to work out a selected topic, give a presentation, and write a summarizing report. The reports are due at February 10th, 2020. The registration deadline in FlexNow is November 6th, 2019.

The presentations will be scheduled for the end of the lecture period. Beforehand, there will be an introduction session on October 23rd, 2019 and subsequent sessions providing further details on how to give a talk and how to write a report. In addition, students can ask questions regarding their own preparations. The start of the presentations depends on the number of presentations which will be scheduled after the FlexNow registration deadline.
The attendance for the introduction session and the presentations is mandatory.

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