Dipl.-Inf. Florian Ege

Research Interests

  • Methods for software documentation and knowledge management (Literate Programming, hypertext technologies, ...)
  • Paradigms and principles for designing systems (abstractions and composability, mechanisms vs. policy, ...)
  • Programming language design and translation
  • Functional programming and functional unit testing

Teaching

Winter Term 2018/19

  • "Softwaregrundprojekt" for students of Computer Science, Media Informatics, Software Engineering and Communications and Computer Engineering (Winter Term 2018/19 and Summer Term 2019).

Summer Term 2018

  • "Softwaregrundprojekt" for students of Computer Science, Media Informatics, Software Engineering and Communications and Computer Engineering (Winter Term 2017/18 and Summer Term 2018).

Winter Term 2017/18

  • "Softwaregrundprojekt" for students of Computer Science, Media Informatics, Software Engineering and Communications and Computer Engineering (Winter Term 2017/18 and Summer Term 2018).
  • Proseminar "Game Programming Patterns" for students of Computer Science, Media Informatics, Software Engineering and Communications and Computer Engineering (with M.Sc. Thomas Witte).

Summer Term 2017

Winter Term 2016/17

  • "Softwaregrundprojekt" for students of Computer Science, Media Informatics, Software Engineering and Communications and Computer Engineering (Winter Term 2016/17 and Summer Term 2017).

Advised Theses

  • Céline Robin
    Empirische Untersuchung zu Verbesserungsmöglichkeiten der Lehre hinsichtlich Debuggingtechniken
    Bachelor's Thesis, December 2018
  • Tobias Geiselmann
    A Method for Semi-Automatic, Domain-Specific Ontology Development for Requirements Engineering
    Master's Thesis, November 2017

Contact

  • Florian Simon Ege
  • Studienkommission Informatik /
    Institute of Software Engineering and Programming Languages
  • Ulm University
  • D-89069 Ulm
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Room:O27-4102
Phone:+49-731-50-24280
E-Mail:florian.ege (at) uni-ulm.de

Consultation Hours

Consultation hours by appointment.