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

2004

160.
Puschnig, A.; Tavakoli Kolagari, Ramin
Requirements Engineering in the Development of Innovative Automotive Embedded Software Systems
12th IEEE International Conference on Requirements Engineering, Seite 328-333
Herausgeber: IEEE Computer Society
2004

2003

159.
Kohlmeyer, Jens; Sarstedt, Stefan; Mader, W.
Modelling and Simulation of a Biological Process (Neural Action Potential) with Hybrid Tools used in Computer Science
Proceedings of The 2003 European Simulation and Modelling Conference ESM2003, Seite 328-332
Oktober 2003
158.
Gehring, Wolfgang
Current Issues in Higher Education in Germany
, Achte Internationale Akademische Konferenz am Rivne Institute of Economics and Humanities, UkraineBand2, Seite 219-220
Oktober 2003
157.
Kleiner, Niko
The Focus of Requirements Engineering in Workflow Application Development
15th Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering (CAiSE '03), Klagenfurt/Velden, Austria, Workshops Proceedings, Information Systems for a Connected Society, Workshop Requirements Engineering for Business Process Support
RWTH Aachen
Herausgeber: SCS Europe Publications
Juni 2003
156.
Häberlein, Tobias
A Framework for System Dynamic Models of Software Acquisition Projects
International Workshop on Software Process Simulation and Modeling (ProSim'03), Portland, co-located with the International Conference on Software Engineering ICSE'03
Mai 2003