The System and Software Sngineering group deals with methods, applications and tools for the design of complex technical systems and software.
Elements of these systems often come from the areas of mechatronics and electrical engineering, with an increasing proportion of software. In important industrial application fileds of embedded systems, such as automation and automotive systems, an interdisciplinary and holistic view is necessary.
From the point of view of information technology, software engineering plays a prominent role, but cannot be seen in isolation from the development process of the surrounding system. Training, methods and tools for successful engineering solutions must reflect this connection.
The main topic of the work is the model-based engineering of automation and embedded systems. Such technical applications in computer science contain hardware and software elements and cannot be designed with the tools of classic software engineering alone. The interface between computer science, electrical engineering and automation technology makes the subject area an important current challenge with high future potential for the graduates.
The central point of systematic system and software engineering are computer-internal models and the procedural methods that use them.
The SSE group offers courses in the areas of software technology and system design, which are primarily aimed at the degree courses Informatik, Ingenieurinformatik, Wirtschaftsinformatik as Research in Computer and Systems Engineering (RCSE).
- Softwaretechnik 1 (SWT)
- Software-Projekt (SWP)
- Komplexe informationstechnische Systeme (KIS)
- Systementwurf (SE)
- Objektorientierte Modellierung (OOM)
- Modellgetriebene Softwareentwicklung
- Leistungsbewertung technischer Systeme (LTS)
- Software and Systems Engineering (S&SE)
- Research Skills (RS)
- Complex Embedded Systems (CES)
- Lab Training Embedded Systems
- Advanced seminar, project seminar, research seminar, group studies, research project and theses
Christian Ebner, Kirill Gorelik, Marcel Maier, Rainer Walter und Christian Thulfaut:
Model-based design and evaluation of future fail-operational electric drivetrains.
22. Internationales Stuttgarter Symposium Automobil und Motorentechnik, Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden, März 2022 (zur Veröffentlichung angenommen).
A. Zimmermann, T. Hotz, V. Hädicke, and M. Friebe:
Analysis of Safety-Critical Cloud Architectures with Multi-Trajectory Simulation.
68th Reliability & Maintainability Symposium (RAMS 2022), January 2022, Tucson, Arizona (accepted for publication).