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Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) represent one of the most prominent trends in computer technology, creating a deep integration of hardware and software components. They have evolved in conjunction with Internet of Things (IoT) and various smart approaches, in manufacturing, transportation, health care, buildings, emergency response. As the world has become increasingly inter-related - due to services, mobile devices, Cloud Computing, and wireless networks - CPS have highly proliferated, facing challenges like scalability, composability, and heterogeneity. The aim is to elaborate integrated models that drive cyber-physical systems, and specific modeling languages, for dealing with the level of complexity required in real-world settings.

 
Reference Architecture for Smart Environmental Information Systems

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EMIS Subsahara: Software Engineering Workshop

In the EMIS Subsahara project, researchers from the University of Oldenburg collaborate with partner universities in africa in the field of environment information systems. In this context, the Software Engineering Group organizes a workshop containing lectures and exercises for basic software engineering techniques.

 
TOCSE

In the TOCSE project (Tashkent Oldenburg Cooperation in Software Engineering), researchers from Tashkent University of Information Technology, Uzbekistan are currently visiting researchers in the Software Engineering group at the Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg. The research stay of the guests is funded by a grant according to the decree of Cabinet of Ministers of Uzbekistan.

 
Q-MIG

Building a Quality-Driven, Generic Tool-Chain for Software Migration | Aufbau einer qualitätsgetriebenen, generischen Werkzeugkette für die Software-Migration.
The Q-MIG project aims at enabling quality monitoring and comparison of a software system in a migration process. Quality comparison between legacy and migrated system enables strategically choosing between migration and redevelopment. Also, analysis of the quality of migrated software against the set of migration tools used helps in choosing an optimum migration toolchain.

 
DASIK

The main goal of the DASIK-Project is to offer intensive courses on several topics of information and communication technologies both for students from academic institutions and for employees from industry.

 
Dynaman

Fast and correct decisions are very important into the IT sector. To dominate the high number of information and to provide relevant information for members, the project Dynamic IT Supplier Management started as a part of the research project ExpoIT Dynamics . Partner of this project is Volkswagen AG.
The project objective is the evaluation of IT suppliers (hardware, software, services) wherein mobile devices and Business Intelligence are used.

 
Plagiarism Detection
 
Software Engineering for Energy Efficiency

Energy Efficiency has become more important in recent years. This is shown by the development of engery consumption of information and communication technology (10 % of the german energy consumption in 2007). Futhermore battery development cannot keep up with the ubiquitous and powerful mobile devices. Research on hardware and low level software optimizations has been comprehensively explored. But the research on optimizing energy consumption on application level is still in its infancy. So in this project should be improved Energy Efficiency of applications by using reengineering services, like static and dynamic program analysis, and systematic code transformations.

 
Logo Erhöhung des Praxisbezuges in Informatikstudiengängen

funded by Carl von Ossietzky University, School of Computing Science, Business Administration, Economics, and Law by tuition fees (April 2011 - March 2012)

 
Logo Migration of Legacy Software to Service oriented Architectures (SOAMIG)

funded by Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung (April 2009 - March 2011)

 
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