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Representation at "Wissenswert - Science Goes City"

14.10.2019
On 26. October 2019, our group member Patrick Harms with support of several students will represent our institute and research group at "Wissenswert - Science Goes City". This is a full day event organized in cooperation of the University of Goettingen and small businesses in the city center of Goettingen. Researchers from the university can present their work to the public using available spaces in shops and stores throughout the city. Patrick Harms will present his research on using Augmented and Virtual Reality for the evaluation of virtual prototypes. The location for this is the StartRaum, Friedrichstraße 3-4, between 12pm and 6pm. More details of the event are available at https://www.uni-goettingen.de/de/wissenswert+-+science+goes+city/613438.html.

Paper accepted at SIGCSE 2020

07.10.2019

We are happy to announce that our paper Sometimes It's Just Sloppiness - Studying Students' Programming Errors and Misconceptions is accepted for presentation at the 51st ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education (SIGCSE 2020). In this paper, we analyze students' solutions in an introductory C programming course to identify the most common errors made and classify them into the error categories syntactic, conceptual, strategic, sloppiness, misinterpretation, and domain.

Paper accepted at the Journal of Systems and Software

30.09.2019

We are glad to announce that our paper "Are Unit and Integration Test Definitions Still Valid for Modern Java Projects? An Empirical Study on Open-Source Projects" has been accepted for publication at the Journal of Systems and Software. The paper shows that neither unit nor integration tests are better in detecting certain defect types and that the currently used definitions do not fit to the modern software development context.

Paper accepted at SAM 2019

24.07.2019
We are happy to announce that our paper Facilitating the Co-Evolution of Standards and Models is accepted for presentation at the 11th System Analysis and Modelling Conference (SAM 2019). The conference will take place on October the 3rd and 4th in conjunction with the IEEE/ACM 22nd International Conference on Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems (MODELS 2019) in Munich, Germany.

Gastvortrag von Herrn Bergemann: "Softwareentwicklung bei der TNG"

26.06.2019
Wir freuen uns das am 18.07.2019 um 10 Uhr (c.t.) im MN14 Herr Bergemann (TNG Technology Consulting) im Rahmen der Softwaretechnik I Vorlesung einen Vortrag über die Softwareentwicklung bei TNG halten wird. Dieser Vortrag bietet die Möglichkeit einen Einblick in die praktische Seite des Software Engineerings zu bekommen. Wir freuen uns auf ein zahlreiches Erscheinen.

Team of the Institute of Computer Science wins the Start-Up Competition of the University

14.06.2019

A team from the Institue of Computer Science was able to win the "Lift-Off" start-up competition of the University of Goettingen in the category "start-up potentials". Our employees Ella Albrecht, Simone Münz, Fabian Trautsch, and Patrick Harms made the first place with their project "BarBQ". BarBQ is an app that lists bars, cafés, and restaurants from Göttingen and allows users to sort and filter them by different criteria, e.g., terrace, current happy hour, or accessibility. In the future, the app will support vouchers that can be published by bars within the app and bars will be able to send push notifications to announce special offers. "We are very proud, that we were able to convince the jury of our idea and its potential", said Ella Albrecht from the BarBQ team.

The team "Pandamask" got the second place for the development of a new smog mask. It protects the user from pollen, smog, and diseases, while it looks like a scarf. The audience award in the category "start-up potentials" was awarded to the project "Zatar - Kochen als Brücke", which was founded by the students initiative Enactus. Within this project, the students want to create a cooking magazine, featuring diverse recipes from refugees out of different countries, to initiate intercultural exchange.

Two presentations at bitkom

01.06.2019
Our team member Patrick Harms was invited already twice this year for presenting parts of his research in meetings of the working group "Usability and User Experience" of bitkom. bitkom is one of the most important german associations of digital companies. It comprises over 2,600 partners, some of them acting as global players.The working group "Usability and User Experience" focusses on a broad variety of topics in the area of user interfaces and human-computer interaction. The presentations of Dr. Harms focused on the discrepancy between software development and usability engineering as well as the usage of Augmented and Virtual Reality for the evaluation of virtual prototypes of technical devices.

Gastvortrag von Herr Dipl.-Inf. Zimmer: "Softwareentwicklung bei der Debeka"

13.05.2019
Wir freuen uns das am 06.06.2019 um 10 Uhr (c.t.) im MN14 Herr Zimmer (Debeka) im Rahmen der Softwaretechnik I Vorlesung einen Vortrag über die Softwareentwicklung bei der Debeka halten wird. Dieser Vortrag bietet die Möglichkeit einen Einblick in die praktische Seite des Software Engineerings zu bekommen. Zudem besteht die Möglichkeit Fragen bezüglich des Bewerbungsprozesses bei der Debeka zu stellen.

Gastvortrag "Softwareentwicklung bei der Debeka" - Verschoben

23.04.2019
Der Gastvortrag von Herrn Zimmer und Herrn Zäck (Debeka) muss leider verschoben werden. Ein genauer Zeitpunkt für den Gastvortrag steht momentan noch nicht fest, wird aber frühzeitig bekannt gegeben. 

Paper accepted at INTERACT 2019

19.04.2019
We are glad to announce that our paper "VR Interaction Modalities for the Evaluation of Technical Device Prototypes" has been accepted for publication at the 17th IFIP TC.13 International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (INTERACT 2019). The paper shows possible interaction methods in Virtual Reality that allow for a formative usability evaluations of virtual prototypes of technical devices.

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