Welcome to Advanced Software Engineering: Methods, Architectures, Industrial Applications
This newly designed course replaces the former course “Web Engineering”. It covers advanced and novel software engineering topics from a research as well as an industrial perspective. Lectures on basic concepts of development methods and architectures of software systems are paired with lectures on industrial applications and experience. These lectures on industrial applications are given by senior experts from industrial partners (msg systems, s&n CQM). They will illustrate the introduced concepts with several real life industrial examples.
The setting of this new course allows students to get insights into novel concepts of Software Engineering as well as into their usage in industrial contexts. It also allows students to come into direct contact with experts from their later working fields.
The course will cover topics like
- Architecture (Service-oriented Architecture, Microservices, Web Services, Mobile Architectures, Architectural Frameworks)
- Methods (Agile Software Development Methods like Scrum, Situational Method Engineering, Requirements Engineering)
- Project Management (Effort Estimation, Economics of Software Projects)
The research-oriented part of the lecture is given on a weekly basis on Wednesday. The industrial lectures and corresponding exercises are conducted in a block-like style on four Saturdays.
In total, this course consists of the usual 15 lectures.
|2016-08-24||Homepage is online.|
Lectures und Exercises
On October 19th, November 23rd, 30th, December 7th, 14th, January 11th, and 18th
|Prof. Dr. Gregor Engels||09:15 - 10:45||F1.110|
|V2||Lecture:||Saturdays - Industrial block sessions|
includes two lectures and an exercise partOn October 29th, November 5th, 12th, and 19th
|Prof. Dr. Gregor Engels||09:30 - 17:00*||F1.110|
|Ü1||Exercises:||Wednesdays (in english) starting on November 30th (see Paul for concrete dates)||Dennis Wolters||11:15 - 12:45||F2.211|
|Ü1||Exercises:||Mondays (in english) starting on December 5th (see Paul for concrete dates)||Dennis Wolters||11:15 - 12:45||F2.211|
*= This time frame includes lecture, exercises, and various break. More details on the schedule will be made available in the future.