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Institute of Software Engineering and Programming Languages

Research

Our research topics cover aspects of software engineering and compiler construction. In particular, we focus on requirements engineering methods, formalisms, and tools as well as model-driven software engineering, experimntal software engineering, and development of innovative software tools.

Overview of our research topics

Teaching

In addition to lectures for Bachelor and Master students, we also offer seminars and projects.

Current courses

Available thesis topics (Ba/Ma)

Contact

Institute of Software Engineering and Programming Languages

Ulm University
James-Franck-Ring
D-89069 Ulm
Building O27, Level 4
Phone: +49 (0)731 / 50 - 2416

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Current Publications


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Juhnke, Katharina; Tichy, Matthias
A Tailored Domain Analysis Method for Developing System-Specific Testing DSLs Enabling their Smooth Introduction in Automotive Practice
Euromicro Conference on Software Engineering and Advanced Applications 2019
2019
accepted
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Frühwirth, Thom
The Computer Art of Mason's Mark Design with VanDeGraphGenerator
Publisher: BOD,
October 2018
ISBN: 9783752842975
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Pietron, Jakob; Raschke, Alexander; Stegmaier, Michael; Tichy, Matthias; Rukzio, Enrico
Study Design Template for Identifying Usability Issues in Graphical Modeling Tools
2nd Workshop on Tools for Model Driven Engineering (MDETools'18) at MODELS'18, Copenhagen
October 2018
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Wagner, Stefan; Tichy, Matthias; Felderer, Michael; Leue, Stefan
Verlässliche Software im 21. Jahrhundert
Informatik Spektrum,
September 2018
accepted
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Gall, Daniel; Frühwirth, Thom
An Operational Semantics for the Cognitive Architecture ACT-R and its Translation to Constraint Handling Rules
ACM Transactions on Computational Logic (TOCL), 19(3)
September 2018
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Frühwirth, Thom; Gall, Daniel
Exploring Parallel Execution Strategies for Constraint Handling Rules
26th International Workshop on Functional and Logic Programming, Frankfurt am Main, Germany,
September 2018