Institute of Software Engineering and Programming Languages

Research

Our research covers many aspects of software engineering and programming languages. In particular, we focus on domain-specific languages, software configuration, and constraint programming. We employ formalized theories, develop open-source tools, and apply empirical research methods.

Overview of our research topics

Teaching

The institute represents the areas software engineering and programming languages in the bachelor and master programs of computer science and related fields. We offer the following mandatory courses in the Bachelor's program:

  • Interactive Systems Programming
  • Software Engineering
  • Software Project

Furthermore, we are responsible for the bachelor and master program Software Engineering.

Overview of the courses in the bachelor and master programs

 

Contact & Directions

Institute of Software Engineering and Programming Languages

Ulm University
James-Franck-Ring
D-89069 Ulm
Building O27, Level 4
Phone: +49 (0)731 / 50 - 24161

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Newest publications

2022

637.
Sundermann, Chico; Feichtinger, Kevin; Galindo, Jose A.; Benavides, David; Rabiser, Rick; Krieter, Sebastian; Thüm, Thomas
Tutorial on the Universal Variability Language
Proc. Int'l Systems and Software Product Line Conf. (SPLC), Page 260:1
Publisher: ACM, New York, NY, USA
September 2022
DOI:10.1145/3546932.3547024
ISBN:9781450394437
File:pdfhttps://github.com/SoftVarE-Group/Papers/raw/main/2022/2022-SPLC-Sundermann.pdf
636.
Feichtinger, Kevin; Sundermann, Chico; Thüm, Thomas; Rabiser, Rick
It's Your Loss: Classifying Information Loss During Variability Model Roundtrip Transformations
Proc. Int'l Systems and Software Product Line Conf. (SPLC), Page 67-78
Publisher: ACM, New York, NY, USA
September 2022
DOI:10.1145/3546932.3546990
ISBN:9781450394437
File:pdfhttps://github.com/SoftVarE-Group/Papers/raw/main/2022/2022-SPLC-Feichtinger.pdf
635.
Höppner, Stefan; Haas, Yves; Tichy, Matthias; Juhnke, Katharina
Advantages and disadvantages of (dedicated) model transformation languages: A Qualitative Interview Study
Empirical Software Engineering
August 2022
Publisher: Springer Nature
DOI:10.1007/s10664-022-10194-7
634.
Exelmans, Joeri; Pietron, Jakob; Raschke, Alexander; Vangheluwe, Hans; Tichy, Matthias
Optimistic Versioning for Conflict-tolerant Collaborative Blended Modeling
FPVM 2022: 2nd International Workshop on Foundations and Practice of Visual Modeling
July 2022
File:http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-3250/fpvmpaper1.pdf
633.
Runge, Tobias; Potanin, Alex; Thüm, Thomas; Schaefer, Ina
Traits: Correctness-by-Construction for Free
Proc. Int'l Conf. on Formal Techniques for Distributed Objects, Components, and Systems (FORTE), Page 131-150
Publisher: Springer, Cham, Switzerland
June 2022
DOI:10.1007/978-3-031-08679-3_9
ISBN:978-3-031-08679-3
File:pdfhttps://github.com/SoftVarE-Group/Papers/raw/master/2022/2022-FORTE-Runge.pdf