Mobilitätsservice für Elektro-Auto-Zubringer-DienstleistungenBachelorarbeit in der Abteilung Softwaretechnik
Prof. Dr. Andreas Winter (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Dr.-Ing. Dilshodbek Kuryazov (email@example.com)
M.Sc. Jan Jelschen (firstname.lastname@example.org)
|NEMo: Sustainable Fulfillment of Mobility Needs in Rural Areas
With more than 60% of the german population living in rural areas, where public transport coverage is, in general, declining, diverse mobility needs arise. NEMo is an interdisciplinary, holistic approach towards fulfilling those needs by considering social, demographic, accessibility, legal, economic, and ecological conditions and objectives. IT is seen as key enabler to create a mobility platform software system for the provision and consumation of mobility services.
The software engineering group seeks to research, develop, and apply novel means to bridge the semantic gap between business processes and component-based implementations. The group's Sensei approach, originally conceived as service-oriented, model-driven framework for tool integration, provides the basis, and will be extended and generalized to meet the demands of the NEMo project in particular, and software development beyond tool integration, in general.
|Software Evolution Services – The SENSEI Approach
Software evolution research is a major focus of the software engineering group, and has been exercised through participation in software migration and software quality projects like SOAMIG and Q-MIG. Tools and techniques of software evolution have also been applied towards achieving energy efficiency in software. Modernizing legacy systems is, due to their size and complexity, only feasible with a high degree of automation. Thus, a major challenge of the field is the provision of integrated tool support. This is addressed by research on software evolution services, and the toolchain-building framework SENSEI.