Department of Informatics

TU München - Fakultät für Informatik
Software & Systems Engineering Research Group

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Current Projects

  • SoQuo. In cooperation with BMW the Compentence Center Software Maintenance develops and evaluates techniques for the continuous quality control of long-lived software systems.
  • Quamoco. The Quamoco Consortium consisting of research institutions and companies has developed a quality standard applicable in practice that makes the performance and efficiency of software products made in Germany assessable and accountable.
  • Simdec. Supported by a Google Research Award the Compentence Center Software Maintenance develops methods to automatically detect behaviorally similar code in large software systems.
  • MANTUMa. Together with the MAN Nutzfahrzeuge AG the Compentence Center Software Maintenance develops methods for the continuous control of maintainability in the context of model-based development in the automotive domain.

Completed Projects

  • EcoCAP. In cooperation with BMW the Compentence Center Software Maintenance investigates the cost effectiveness of isolated test environments in mainframe software development.
  • MOST. In the project MOST the Compentence Center Software Maintenance develops techniques for supporting the globally distributed development of software. Partner is this project is ABB Distribution Automation (Finland).
  • PQL. In cooperation with Siemens Business Services the maintenance group analyzes productivity and quality aspects of long-lived software systems. The goal of this joint effort is to increase efficiency and to improve quality of the software maintenance process. In the course of this project we put existing techniques to test and develop new approaches tailored for the Siemens requirements. These approaches will be later on deployed and evaluated.
  • VSEK. VSEK is the distributed German competence center for Software Engineering. VSEK's mission is to improve industrial software development practices. The VSEK consortium delivers Software Engineering expertise and provides a community for the exchange of experiences between researchers and practitioners in the field Software Engineering. As such VISEK is funded by the German ministry for research and education.
 

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